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October 11, 1954 | Red Smith
GOOD STRAIGHT MENWhen Phil Regan introduced this team at a Saratoga benefit the fellow at the left had ridden more than 3,000 winners. His partner recently passed that mark. Only Sir Gordon Richards and Johnny...
June 27, 1955
Sirs:The article by Wallace Stegner, (SI, June 13), is greatly appreciated.
April 30, 1956
Monsieur Jean Dame, advance-guard of the French Olympic Committee, returned from an inspection tour of Melbourne with an intelligence report: Australian wine, he said, is too heavy for French stomachs. The French...
September 16, 1957
Bill Cox Sr., 44-year-old Darien, Conn. skipper, teamed with son Bill Jr., brother Gardner, aboard his speedy Zig Zagger, won two races, finished well up in three others to easily capture International Lightning...
November 11, 1957
TWELVE HUNDRED MONTHS AGO, ATKINSON: NEW SILKS AND THE OLD HABIT OF WINNING, THE PRESENT REVIVES A GAME FROM THE FUTURE, PAN-ARABIAN ATHLETICS, TIMETABLE