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October 24, 1966 | Garry Valk
A Brazilian soccer hero and an important race at Aqueduct are the diverse subjects of two articles in this issue written by a new and versatile member of our staff, Pete Axthelm, who did not mind at all leaving his...
March 28, 1966 | Garry Valk
"So the pilot's headset is out, and he says, "If you can hear me, hold up three fingers—do you know the Morse code? which I do, because my brother taught me, so I picked up Florence and Charleston and Jacksonville...
December 13, 1965
THE MANLY ARTSirs:Every year at this time you single out the one man who has contributed the most to the world of sports in the past year. On Monday, November 22, two men fought for the heavyweight championship of...
July 27, 1964 | Sidney L. James
It was as long ago as last fall that Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy seriously began to consider setting forth some urgent recommendations for strengthening—indeed, changing the very pattern of—amateur athletics...
April 11, 1960 | Arthur Murphy
On a mid-June night in London, in 1898, the curtain rose on His Excellency, the Governor, by Captain Robert Marshall. Three acts later the echoing laughter started the career of one of the funniest writers in English...