Origins Of Clay Court Tennis, A Golfer's Secret, Lou Gehrig's Writing
This week, the dark tale behind the origin of clay court tennis. And the recent discovery of long-forgotten newspaper columns written by Lou Gehrig.
Tales From Lou Gehrig's Long-Forgotten Newspaper Columns
Newspaper columns penned by Lou Gehrig in 1927 reveal a keen eye for storytelling.
Mystery And Death On The French Riviera: The Origin Of Clay Court Tennis
On a winter morning in 1903, a hotelier was fatally wounded.
George Archer's Golf Career Lasted Nearly 50 Years; His Secret Lasted Even Longer
Archer's inability to read created problems for him on the pro tour.
Satchel Paige, The House Of David, And A Decades-Old Mystery
How did the greatest Negro League pitcher ever end up on the mound for a religious cult?
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