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H.G. Wells is deservedly famous for his ability to persuade us to suspend disbelief in the unbelievable just long enough to set the hook of a story. In his short novel , he postulates the discovery of a substance...
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OWN PETARDIt had to happen. James Van Alen, the Newport millionaire whose tie-breaker scoring innovation brought a new dimension to the U.S. Open tennis championship at Forest Hills earlier this month, was playing...
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One enthusiast calls it a capital cure for a hangover. Shivering landsmen regard it as medicine only a masochist could swallow. But for the addicted few who at this time of year like to wrap themselves in layer upon...
May 05, 1958
BASKETBALL: COMPARE!Sirs:It is unfortunate that a so-called "national" sport magazine is not capable of impartial sports coverage.