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December 03, 1956
John Unitas, shunned by the Pittsburgh Steelers, is the mover in the surprising strength of Baltimore. The rifle-armed kid from
October 28, 1957 | Tex Maule
Much of the surprising early foot shown by the Baltimore Colts may be attributed to a cool, lanky youngster from the Pittsburgh steel country. There are, of course, contributing factors: a massive and mobile...
October 28, 1957
BRIDGE: DEAL THE CARDS, AND FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT!Sirs:Your statesmanlike decision to include the fascinating game of bridge among the indoor sports and carry it regularly merits our most enthusiastic plaudits.
December 23, 1957 | Tex Maule
The Lions and 49ers survived and the Colts died as professional football's friskiest season races to a playoff for the Western title
January 06, 1958
Dr. Henry Schmitz, University of Washington president, took searching look at foundering Pacific Coast Conference, called for early dissolution of the 42-year-old PCC after withdrawals of California, USC, UCLA had...