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April 11, 1955
A salute to some who have earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines
May 02, 1955
Willful Nashua's last-jump victory over Summer Tan in the $111,700 Wood Memorial makes him the prime favorite in the Kentucky Derby, but his backers will still die a little when they bet him—he has now beaten Summer...
November 14, 1955 | Curtis Prendergast
The Dodgers may have won the Series but in Japan the New York Yankees are still the champions of the world. The honored descendants of Ruth were greeted, feted and cheered by millions, and everybody had a wonderful time
January 09, 1956
Ancient Japan, with a snow-bunny population of some 8,500,000, counts skiing as its second most popular sport
May 21, 1956
Sprinting down the stretch like a Thoroughbred, 8-year-old Bob (center) wins Mule Race for the third time in Camp Town Races on the Chenery estate at Doswell, Va.