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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).
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...
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.
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?
March 26, 1962
A masterful mood is captured in color by Artist Robert Andrew Parker as Alfred Wright and Gwilym Brown assess Arnold Palmer's chances of winning golf's biggest prize.