Showing 1 - 9 of 9 Stories for Joseph Raff
One-two punch from Italy
At Lime Rock, under a sun as scorching as the international competition, the Swedes quite unexpectedly lost a title
The Diller did it, and Ralph was glad
The shy, quiet trainer of the Hambletonian winner let another man drive to victory
HORSES, CARROTS AND PIMLICO
A fair sample of how MacPhail operated seemed to be reflected in notes I had made on a game played June 18, 1940, when Joe Medwick, the Dodger outfielder ...
Golfing girl, 10, shows confidence of Hogan ran the headline on a Washington Evening Star report of the recent USGA girls' junior golf championship. The girl ...
Holding your head steady
The improvement in my game in recent months I attribute to a good degree to finally learning to hold my head steady. For four years I had trouble doing that.
MISS LIBERTY WINS THE RUSSIANS
The Russian athletes who appeared at the dual track meet in Philadelphia gave mighty few indications of how they felt about what they saw in the United States, ...
A good game of hearts
I have a good memory for facesâ€”especially those on a deck of cards. But in the course of a few hundred thousand bridge tables, I must confess that I have ...
HAPPY MAN ON A MOOR
His other missions accomplished, a famous salaried American who has had an unusually busy summer takes time off for a traditional Labor Day holiday and, ...