Showing 1 - 10 of 26 Stories for William Worden
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 ...
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
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 ...
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 ...
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
'...is Carl Yastrzemski.' As Ted Williams' replacement Carl is a threat both to pitchers and announcers. Read more · The Latins Storm Las Grandes Ligas.
Twenty-one years ago this week Harold S. Vanderbilt's yacht Rainbow defeated Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith's Endeavour to retain the America's Cup for ...
For all golfers except experts
Did you ever try to start a cold machine in high gear? If the machine moves at all, it does so only in jerks and jumps. The same holds true for a golfer. If he doesn't ...
By William Nack · At Last, The Cubs Are First. Holy cow! After a drought of Biblical magnitude Chicago fans have a winner. Read more · Previous Article.
THE YANKEES DIDN'T LOSE THAT OLD PENNANT AFTER ALL. NOW IT'S CLEVELAND'S TURN TO FALL OFF THE CLIFF
You will remember that last week when we left you the Yankees had just lost the pennant. Yogi Berra had half turned around at the plate and had stared, numb ...