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June 20, 1955
Of the 15 sartorially vivid golfers shown in color on the following four pages, all but Peter Thomson, an Australian who chose not to enter, will be serious contenders for the U.S. Open title in San Francisco this...
July 04, 1955
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August 08, 1955
Sal Maglie and Ed Lopat, for years the pitching royalty of the Giants and Yankees respectively, were sold off on the eve of the August 1 trading deadline as a penalty for their disappointing 1955 performances—Maglie...
August 15, 1955 | Gerald Holland
Roger Bannister beats John Landy in thrilling 3:58.8 mile at Vancouver.
IN THE PGA DOUG FORD, THE SUMMER'S HOTTEST GOLFER, PROVED SPEED AND HUNGER ARE A WINNING COMBINATION
August 15, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Douglas Michael Ford, the newly crowned PGA champion and winner of Tarn O'Shanter's All-American last Sunday, is certainly the fastest golfer in captivity today, and may well be the most rapid man ever to have won a...