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This undraped fellow, who looks like a forward passer caught with his pants down, is actually dressed for the sport in which he is competing. He is an athlete of the late fifth century putting a stone, and he is...
February 14, 1955 | James T. Farrell
Novelist James T. Farrell finds baseball's shrine at Cooperstown not only a rich storehouse of mementos but a wonderful stimulus for the memories of great days on the diamond treasured by millions of Americans
January 31, 1955 | Reginald Wells
The exact date when hunt clubs started using sporting buttons is not known, but the style originated in England and was believed to have been taken up in this country sometime after the sport arrived. The buttons...
August 16, 1954
COVER—Mark Kauffman25—Lou Carrano31—Mark Kauffman32—AP; Mark Kauffman; Toronto Telegram33—United Press (2); Keystone34, 35—top lt. to rt. George Flegal; Sovfoto; John M. "Hack" Miller; bottom lt. to rt. Loomis...