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July 02, 1962
Mel Allen, the New York Yankees' announcer, has parlayed energy, experience and southern-fried drolleries into a successful career. Huston Horn reports, and how 'bout that?
July 23, 1962
SOUTHERN-FRIED BROOKSirs:Mel Allen's mother hit the southern-fried nail right on its babbling head (Baseball's Babbling Brook, July 9). I, too, wish he was a shoemaker.PAUL T. DAVENPORTSummit, N.J.
April 08, 1963
The strengths and weaknesses of the major league teams, together with a special look at the main problem faced by each. Thirty-two pages of analysis by Robert Creamer, William Leggett, Tom C. Brody, Herman Weiskopf...
August 05, 1963
CREAMER CREAMEDSirs:If Robert Creamer were closer to Cleveland, I would push him right into Lake Erie for his story (Tell You What You Ought to Do, Commissioner Frick, July 22).
February 17, 1964
A candid Clay tells in his own words how he engineered his "$1 million getaway," and, from Miami, Tex Maule previews Cassius' heavyweight title fight with Sonny Liston.