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July 05, 1965 | Jack Mann
Deserted by the luck that kept them free of injuries last season, the St. Louis Cardinals find themselves marginally bad enough to lose, just as they were marginally good enough to be World Champions in 1964
May 17, 1965 | Bill Veeck
"A hustler," says Bill Veeck, "is a man who will talk you into giving him a free ride and then make it seem as if he is doing you a great favor. I am a hustler—and I know one when I see one." With this issue, SPORTS...
September 21, 1964 | William Leggett
While heads roll and a former owner chastises current management, the Cardinals have been winning steadily but going virtually nowhere
August 24, 1959
Boxing headlines have swept the nation in bewildering profusion in recent weeks, and the sports fan should be pardoned if he stopped reading the individual stories and sat back to wonder what is actually responsible...
March 09, 1959 | Walter Bingham
St. Louis has a new leader, the Reds a new coach, but all's quiet at the Soreno