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April 19, 1965
•Barney Schultz, Cardinal pitcher, explaining how he named the "mattress pitch" he used in the World Series: "I threw it and the Yankees laid on it."
April 12, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
Inglorious as it may sound, the punch that made José Torres the new light heavyweight champion of the world was a left hook to the liver. Not to the kidney, as was most often reported, and certainly not to the solar...
April 05, 1965
Two-For-One night in New York matches Light Heavies José Torres and Willie Pastrano and Welters José Stable and Emile Griffith. Edwin Shrake reports on the fights.
March 22, 1965 | Edwin Shrake
March 22, 1965 | Sidney L. James
Three separate studies in this issue—two articles and a set of watercolors, to be exact—deal with sports that are considered dangerous. And with good reason. One of the articles is Edwin Shrake's report (page 59) on...