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Yesterday
Boom
BOOM GOES BASEBALL
The game busted out all over with tinseled stadiums, fascinating new teams and a touch of carnival hoopla. Outlook: more color, more interest, more baseball
MY FIGHT IN DEFENSE OF BOXING
James A. Farley Jr. is a bank president and one of three members of the New York State Athletic Commission. The son of the former Postmaster General of the U.S., the 33-year-old Farley has had a close interest in boxing since he was a youngster. Not a man to duck a battle, he has chosen this highly critical time to speak out in behalf of a sport he loves
World Sports
Paper House
Hopkins
MASSACRE ON A MUDDY PLAIN
Springtime's fiercest game is lacrosse, once played for blood by Indians and now played for glory by collegians. The sport's focal point is Baltimore, where Johns Hopkins fights for a championship
Horse Racing
Bullfight
Tennis
Golf
Bridge
Baseball Books
For The Record
Acknowledgments
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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