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The Kid's Last Game

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To the end, Ted Williams remained his own man. He went out with fury—lashing at enemies, coddling friends and striking...
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  Swaggering down baseball's high road with his over-sized bat exploding prodigious home runs, the Bam belted his way to...
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First African American to break into organized baseball, Jackie Robinson captivated International League fans with his hustling play. But is...
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By Maurice Richard as told to Stan Fischler November 1969 When I played for the Montreal Canadiens in the 40s...
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Speed and grace were his gospel in hockey and in life. He died tragically at 34, his reputation as the...
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By Vince Lunny January 1953 Star freshmen in the National Hockey League have a habit of flunking out before they...
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Editors of SPORT: After thoroughly reading SPORT, I can honeslty and truthfully say that it is a great magazine which deals with sports in a way that the American people like to read about them......
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One of the world's biggest educational institutions, the University located on the sidewalks of New York is a hotbed of basketball talent. How come? What mystic quality do the Violets possess that keeps them ahead...
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Speed and grace were his gospel in hockey and in life. He died tragically at 34, his reputation as the game's greatest player secure It was always speed with Howie Morenz and in the end...