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The red horde was good for a giggle when described over martinis in Manhattan, but when the cubera snappers burst from a submarine fortress off Panama, Clive Gammon found it no laughing matter.
August 04, 1975 | Barry McDermott
The stake in the richest harness race was a press agent's dream—$300,000 worth of bullion—and the winner was a glittering filly, Silk Stockings, who overwhelmed the field and set a couple of records
March 01, 1971 | Jim Kaplan
Because most of the major publishing houses are located in New York City, the literary world of sports seems bounded by Shea Stadium and Madison Square Garden. Through the years, books on the Yankees, Giants, Mets...
July 20, 1959
•A bibulous boniface whose Manhattan tavern has become a recognized dateline in the Wonderful World of Sport opens a sentimental album of photos as Toots Shor's closes.
March 05, 1956