- THE EVERYMAN OF BOXINGGerald Astor | July 30, 1962
- Unsung Hero Bernie ParmaleeOctober 31, 1994
- The sign of good tasteIn Palm Beach a gift shop in an elegant alley houses a remarkable school of cookeryMary Frost Mabon | January 11, 1960
THE YANKS HAD THE INDIANS DEFEATED. BUT THEN CAME A HOME RUN AND A WILD PITCH THAT MAY DECIDE THE FLAG
September 19, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Whitey Ford, the Yankee pitcher, looked like a little boy, standing there on the mound in his knickers and his peaked cap, a little boy (now that it was late and the lights in Yankee Stadium had been turned on) who...
July 23, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
National League pitchers Fernando Valenzuela and Dwight Gooden and American League pitcher Bill Caudill each struck out the only three batters he faced in an inning of the 1984 All-Star Game, a feat performed only...
April 10, 1961
A solid first team, with Jim Piersall promising no more of last year's antics, will make the Indians tough all year long. Injuries, however, would hurt this benchless club