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March 28, 1955
March 28, 1955

Table of Contents
March 28, 1955

Pat On The Back
  • A salute to some who have earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines

Table of Contents
Events & Discoveries
Golden Gloves
Athletes Vs. Altitude
  • At Mexico City, competitors in the Pan-American Games met an unexpected foe. In the rarefied air 7,600 feet above sea level, they are being felled by anoxia

Sport In Art
Bowling
Horses
Big Business
Boating
Motor Sports
Snow Patrol
Fisherman's Calendar
Acknowledgments
Tip From The Top
Tennis
  • By William F. Talbert

    There are signs that tennis may be breaking out of Forest Hills

Anniversary
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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The coming of spring found three chief executives crowding their sports seasons a bit. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who heads the U.S., took advantage of springlike weather in Washington to practice a few golf shots in his back yard. Averell Harriman, who heads the government of New York State, clung to a last vestige of winter and hied himself to the Adirondack Mountains for a bit of skiing. August A. (Gussie) Busch Jr., who heads the world's largest brewery (Anheuser-Busch), worked himself into a sun-tanned sweat in St. Petersburg, Fla., forgetting malt, barley and hops long enough to join the baseball team he owns—the St. Louis Cardinals—and engage in spring training workouts.

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Skier Harriman spent more than two hours in snow storm gingerly probing the lower trail at Whiteface Mt., state-operated ski resort in the Adirondack.

Batter Busch takes an anxious swing in pepper game with his willing employes at Cardinal camp.

Brewer Busch confers by phone with brewery officials to keep abreast of business back in St. Louis.

Runner Busch puffs around the bases as Manager Eddie Stanky hollers, "Get the lead out, Gus!"

Tired Busch dries himself off after rigorous workout. Players enjoy having Gus participate in drills.

Golfer Eisenhower takes a few tentative swings on the White House lawn after return from hospital, where he was treated for bursitis condition.

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