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Shelby, Mont., is a little western town (pop. 3,000) north of the Marias River, in Blackfoot country, just 35 miles south of the Canadian border. It is high plains country, Chinook country, where the wind blows down...
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August 03, 1970 | Lynn R. Mucken
The 1920s were years of hero worship, and among the shiniest of the heroes were the decade's sport figures. Two of the brightest—because they were so peaceful in private and so brutal at work—were Jack Dempsey, the...
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September 27, 1965 | Gary Valk
As you doubtless already know from your newspapers, Jack Dempsey filed suit against SPORTS ILLUSTRATED after we printed an excerpt from a new autobiography of the late Jack Kearns, who had been his manager.