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November 29, 1954 | Gerald Holland
Cadets battle Midshipmen to 1-1 deadlock in rain and fog—with tickets for the traditional game truly nonexistent. P.S. Match was at soccer, U.S. sport's best-kept secret
January 10, 1955
May 23, 1955 | Andre Laguerre
It's Cup Final day (soccer) at London's great stadium, with the Queen and the Duke among the 100,000 singing hymns and cheering as a 'lucky' Newcastle United team upsets favored Manchester City 3-1
November 14, 1955 | Alexander Campbell
While India cherishes the past, its people are fast becoming accustomed to living in a modern world. And, while they still play the old games Ylla photographed, they are also caught up in a social revolution in...
The Question: In Europe a soccer match may draw more than 100,000 people but the game has relatively few fans in the U.S. Why?
November 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
G. K. (JOE) GUENNELIndiana UniversitySoccer Coach"Soccer has to compete with big-time sports. It offers neither money nor glory, so incentive is lacking. As long as there is no college soccer, there'll be no high...