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December 16, 1957 | Tex Maule
In pro football's most thrilling finish, Detroit, Baltimore and San Francisco were all tied up for the right to meet Cleveland in the playoff
October 07, 1957
Headed for record, Miss Thriftway roars over Ohio River on way to world mark of 112.312 mph for 15-mile heat in the Governor's Cup. Next day, boat flipped in rough water and sent Driver Bill Muncey to hospital with a...
December 17, 1956
Floyd Patterson scorns the fine print, Sugar Ray gets his full pound and The Game puts at stake TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 29, 1956 | Martin Kane
Floyd Patterson's broken hand and Sugar Ray Robinson's unbroken insistence on his pound of cash drove the outdoor championship fight industry into a depression this autumn. There was no harvest. Still, a lean autumn...
September 19, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
Moore has taped his own hands since he broke one because of improper taping. Without protection of fat or muscle, the hand, especially the knuckles, is extremely vulnerable. The rules permit 12 yards of two-inch...