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May 30, 1955 | John Bentley
EVENT—39th Indianapolis '500' big-car racePLACE—Indianapolis Motor Speedway, four miles NW downtown IndianapolisDATE—Monday, May 30TIME—11 a.m., Central Daylight Time. Infield gates open 5 a.m.DISTANCE—500 miles (200...
June 06, 1955 | Alfred Wright
A home-town boy from Indianapolis—Bob Sweikert driving salmon-pink No. 6—won the 500-mile Memorial Day race, but the victory celebration was muted by the death that earlier overtook 'the 500's' modern champion, Bill...
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO BILL VUKOVICH AT INDIANAPOLIS, AND WHY IT WILL HAPPEN AGAIN IF MEN CONTINUE TO DRIVE "ON ICE"
June 13, 1955 | John Bentley
For the last decade intrepid, hungry men, lured by visions of glory and a pot of gold, have been driving the Indianapolis 500 "on ice"—that is, on the absolute, penultimate shred of traction, with nothing between...
June 27, 1955
Sirs:The article by Wallace Stegner, (SI, June 13), is greatly appreciated.
July 11, 1955
Sirs:Your recent articles on boxing promoters Norris and D'Antoni support, the great mass of evidence pointing to boxing as one of the most corrupt, unsavory, criminal, dishonest "sports" of all time.