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PENNANTITISSirs:It appears to me that William Leggett, author of Bill Dailey, Wont You Please Come In (July 1), is suffering from an acute attack of the disease, common to non-Yankee fans, known as first-place...
August 26, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
Scotland's Jim Clark, driving a Lotus-Ford, won handily at Milwaukee and confirmed an auto racing uprising that began at Indy
May 25, 1964 | Bob Ottum
For undiluted Americana, the May festivities at Indianapolis culminating in the 500-mile race top anything else by a whoop and a holler and a good many miles per hour. People eat fried chicken and soak up the Indiana...
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August 31, 1964
BOXING—In a fight that marked the end of 20 years of televised boxing from Madison Square Garden, veteran HENRY HANK, 29, of Detroit held eighth-ranked Light Heavyweight Johnny Persol, 24, of Brooklyn to a 10-round draw.