Showing 1 - 10 of 32 Stories for William Worden
As the population trend shifts from city to suburb, a new way of dress is developing, an amalgamation of the rustic clothes of the country and the more formal ...
ROYAL SPORTS IN ANCIENT EGYPT
They were the pastime of kings and noblemen in the valley of the Nile, who hunted lions in the desert and speared and netted wild birds and fish of their great.
HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for Games of Saturday, Sept. 24
Navy over William and Mary Ohio State over Nebraska Arkansas over Oklahoma A&M Michigan over Missouri Minnesota over Washington West Virginia over ...
COMING EVENTS September 23 through October 2
Temple, Worcester, Mass. Maryland vs. UCLA, College Pk., Md. Navy vs. William & Mary, Annapolis, Md. Penn vs. Virginia Tech, Philadelphia. [TV]Penn State vs.
No flinching allowed
"Destructive accidents" and drivers flying across the finish line ahead of their wild and unpredictable craft are as much a part of drag boat racing as rooster tails
ASCENT OF MT. MEAGRE
It would appear that an inordinate number of Englishmen and assorted Continentals, to say nothing of Sherpas, have been shuttling up and down the world's ...
The Question: Ed Bang, sports editor of the Cleveland "News," thinks that Ty Cobb is the greatest baseball player of all time. Who do you think is the greatest?
The moderns include such greats as Musial, Joe DiMaggio, Hornsby, Frisch, Ted Williams and others. Any group arguing this will violently disagree." BERNARD ...
YANKEE SPIES IN EBBETS FIELD
Even before their spectacular success of last weekend, the New York Yankees had scouts in Ebbets Field, an unprecedented four of them: Harry Hesse, Paul ...
SERIES OF HEROES
The blood quickens and the step becomes brisk. It's more than the winy air of fall. Next week is the World Series!