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January 16, 1956
Hobey Baker, idol of thousands when he played hockey before World War I, looked and acted the hero's role. When he was killed in 1918, the whole nation mourned
January 30, 1956
Sirs: My congratulations to SI and to your Herbert Warren Wind for his superb series on Bob Cousy. Mr. Wind's golf coverage, particularly his lengthy account of the Masters tournament last spring, was the best I...
February 20, 1956
Sirs: Your report on the Winter Games was excellent, wonderful reading in all three issues. Now is the time to face the questions raised by the results. Why, with a country full of sports-loving people, did we do so...
September 12, 1966 | Robert Cantwell
The tragedy of Hobey Baker was almost too complex to be credible. One of the great natural athletes of American history, Baker was a kindred spirit to Jim Thorpe and Ty Cobb, and in The Legend of Hobey Baker (Little,...
March 18, 1974
STATE OF STREAKINGSir:Streaking ("No Time for Stitches," SCORECARD, Feb. 25) could have started right here on the Princeton campus 60-odd years ago. According to John Davies (The Legend of Hobey Baker, Little, Brown...