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NOBODY BUT NOBODY IS MORE OF AN OPTIMIST THAN A GIANT FAN. BUT LAST WEEK THE MOST FANATIC HAD TO FACE IT: WE'RE THROUGH
July 18, 1955 | Robert Creamer
It is only right to give the devil his due, and while that may be too strong a term even for Dodger fans, it is wrong to wait any longer to allow them their proper and deserved gloat. The Giants are through.
September 12, 1955
Nashua upset favored Swaps in the match race.
October 03, 1955
Rocky Marciano faces a problem not unlike Alexander the Great's: no more heavyweight contenders much worth conquering at the moment. But look for a surge in the demand for a Marciano-Moore rematch in Miami in February.
LEO DUROCHER IS NO LONGER MANAGER OF THE GIANTS. LAST SUNDAY HIS CAREER CAME TO A NORMAL, SPECTACULAR CLOSE
October 03, 1955 | Robert Creamer
Bill Rigney had been Leo Durocher's heir apparent since 1954 when he ended his quiet major league career (eight years of journeyman in-fielding for the New York Giants; a .259 lifetime average) to become the manager...
November 21, 1955
While Oklahoma and TCU marched jauntily toward bowl dates, some others had trouble. West Virginia, for one, which fell from the unbeaten ranks by losing to Pittsburgh 26-7. Maryland, for another, which had to...