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November 14, 1955 | Alexander Campbell
While India cherishes the past, its people are fast becoming accustomed to living in a modern world. And, while they still play the old games Ylla photographed, they are also caught up in a social revolution in...
May 21, 1956
THE BLUE STREAK FINISH
The Question: What is the most unusual sport you've seen in your travels around the world? (Asked of members of the Circumnaviga
August 06, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
REAR ADMIRAL LOUIS B. OLSONU.S. Coast GuardFormer CommanderEastern AreaThe Aleuts in the Pribilof Islands have a practical sport. Competing groups go to the cliffs where thousands-of large birds nest. Each group...
May 12, 1958
Happy wanderer Nat Lofthouse (right) shouts for joy after booting ball past sprawling Manchester United Goalie Gregg as Bolton Wanderers won 2-0 in English Cup Final before 100,000 at Wembley.
March 16, 1959 | Harry Phillips
In The Fabulous World of Foxhall Keene, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Feb. 16 and 23) told of a great sportsman uniquely the product of a gilded age. In 1941 Keene died, rich in memories, poor in pocket and comparatively...