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February 24, 1964
Baseball's battle of the season in New York has nothing to do with pennant races. The Yankees are fighting for their lives against the growing popularity of Casey's Mets.
July 02, 1962
Mel Allen, the New York Yankees' announcer, has parlayed energy, experience and southern-fried drolleries into a successful career. Huston Horn reports, and how 'bout that?
September 02, 1963
VIVA VANDERBILT (CONT.)Sirs:For the past 25 years it has been my privilege to be a member of the Oregon State Racing Commission and, though I am now retired, I am still a member of the National Association of State...
June 20, 1960
AN APPEALSirs:As the American people know by this time, the entire southern part of Chile is in desperate need of material help of all kinds. With winter starting in the Southern Hemisphere and with winds coming...
August 13, 1962
Don Drysdale, once called "the meanest man in baseball," has settled down and, incidentally, put himself within range of 30 wins for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Huston Horn reports.