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February 26, 1962
Spring training returns, and with it a five-page portfolio of baseball action by Artist Robert Weaver. Robert Shaplen tells how George Weiss put the New York Mets together.
May 26, 1958 | Robert Shaplen
THE INVISIBLE ALL-AMERICANIn Part II of Hoosier Pied Piper, Robert Shaplen tells of Tony Hulman's remarkable though almost secret achievements in sport and how Indiana patriotism lured him onstage.
May 19, 1958 | Harry Phillips
One place where for almost half a century the roar of the crowd has risen above even the mighty roar of the engines is the Indianapolis Speedway. This coming Memorial Day, in the 42nd running of the "500," the...
November 14, 1955
Sirs:Enjoyed CONVERSATION PIECE: SUBJECT: in the Oct. 31 issue. It was really a true picture of Leahy, the coach, father and man. I have only met him personally once, but I have observed him coaching at Notre Dame...
May 16, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Baseball has become in its more than century-old history the most voluminously reported of all American sports. It has also developed into what may well be the most complicated of all team games, strategically. This...