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SECOND ROUNDSirs:I cannot refrain from commenting on the article by New York's Boxing Commissioner James A. Farley Jr. and his expressed desire to see "the absolute elimination of return-bout contracts for title...
April 23, 1962 | James A. Farley Jr.
James A. Farley Jr. is a bank president and one of three members of the New York State Athletic Commission. The son of the former Postmaster General of the U.S., the 33-year-old Farley has had a close interest in...
May 07, 1956
Paul O'Shea, young Rye, N.Y. engineering consultant for Mercedes who was nation's leading amateur driver last year, was presented with first annual SI award "in recognition of high point total in U.S. national sports...
March 26, 1956
Johnny Podres, whose pitching won third and seventh games for Brooklyn in the World Series, drew long-expected draft orders, headed for induction center and U.S. Navy. Said Johnny: "I'll be there bright and early."