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August 03, 1970 | Alfred Wright
The 'lovely little guy' of San Diego, John Alessio—patron of the arts, friend of the poor and boss of that gaudery of gambling, Caliente—catches a tax rap that inspires some Californians to crocodile tears
July 27, 1970
Off to Leningrad to meet the Russians, the U.S. track team will try its best to overcome both the Soviets and the AAU. A report by Pat Putnam with color photographs.
October 07, 1957
Mrs. Harrison Flippin, able golfing veteran from Ardmore, Pa. and nonplaying captain of U.S. Curtis Cup team, put together pair of 82s for 164 to capture her third straight U.S. women's senior championship at...
February 18, 1957 | Whitney Tower
A cleansed Caliente, finding the racing fan all gambler, offers the frenetic horseplayer A MILLION WAYS TO MAKE A BET