"Why can't we just go for a swim, daddy?"
"He's the man from the Federal Communications Commission. He says you can't go on the air."
Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines
VANDERBILT'S GREAT GRAY EXERCISE WITH TROMBONE...WHO'S GOT A BETTER BAT?
A team of white oxen haul the palio—racing's oldest prize—around the crowded public square of ancient Siena to prepare the way for a centuries-old contest
They are back again in search of the one trophy that has eluded them most. The experts concede them an excellent chance, but the top U.S. players have a habit of rising to the occasion at Forest Hills.
A hulking mother brown bear glares from her den at four intruders...who have climbed a Kodiak mountain to try to catch her cubs for exhibits at a zoo
The Soapbox Derby makes or breaks the dreams of 151 drivers in a 975-foot downhill dash
Columnist Dick Hyland, a great football player in his own day, takes a hard look at the masked faces of the modern stars and wonders what kind of mayhem is taking place on the professional gridiron
He wears his crazy quilt of colors more for identification than for decoration. Whether he is coming or going, racing fans have no doubt which one of the 2,525 registered stables he represents
A pioneer among U.S. sports, croquet was the first game played by women