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March 14, 1955 | Denis Fodor
After an embarrassing wait of a year, Canada's bruising, undiplomatic hockey team takes the world crown from Moscow to British Columbia
November 19, 1956
There is no professional boxing in Russia or Poland, which means there are no astrakhan-collared Carbos manipulating in Leningrad hotel rooms or lingering over glasses of tea with Muscovite Norrises. It also means,...
June 24, 1957 | Harry Phillips
This year the trade fair in Poznan, Poland, which began June 9, has the U.S. Government as one of its exhibitors, participating for the first time in Poland in an International Trade Fair.
November 25, 1957
•Match No Match for MedalThe Professional Golf Association, disturbed by dwindling gate receipts and a lack of name pros at its national tournament—Ben Hogan, Cary Middlecoff and Jimmy Demaret passed it up this year...
December 02, 1957 | John Mulliken
The Russians are directed by a series of sacred Communist plans: Five-Year Plans, and plans for teams which are supposed to lead them quickly and efficiently to Olympic and world championships. Nothing is more...