November 11, 1996 | Rick Telander
1946 to '56Horace (Bones) McKinney, Nat (Sweetwater) Clifton, Slater (Dugie) Martin, Myer (Whitey) Skoog, Harry (the Horse) Gallatin
November 30, 1959
BASKETBALL: THE NO. 1'SSirs:In your pro basketball preview (SI, Oct. 26) you state that George Yardley and Dolph Schayes are the most potent scoring punch in the league. Let me remind you that Cliff Hagan and Bob...
October 26, 1959
Cure for NostalgiaWhatever nostalgia for Brooklyn and Ebbets Field still lingered in the camp of the L.A. Dodgers was suddenly dissipated last week. For winning a World Series before the greatest crowd of fans ever...
February 03, 1958
Maturity winner Round Table, who has all but run out of competition on West Coast, beats a familiar path to the wire and a handsome slice of $156,990 purse at Santa Anita.
January 06, 1958
•Powel Crosley Jr., owner of the Cincinnati Redlegs: "I'm liable to wove the Redlegs. Every other club in the National League would love to see us move to New York."