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Bill Taylor

Bill Taylor (Sportswriter.  Born, New Bedford, MA, May 31, 1901; died, Port Washington, NY, Jan. 6, 1966.)  As the first sportswriter to win a Pulitzer Prize and the only one to win it for contemporaneous reporting, William H. Taylor stands alone in his field.  Taylor graduated Dartmouth in 1923 and joined the Herald Tribune, where […]

Arthur Daley

Arthur Daley (Sportswriter.  Born, New York, NY, July 31, 1904; died, New York, NY, Jan. 3, 1974.)  Arthur Daley was the first reporter ever sent abroad by The New York Times on a sports assignment when he went to Berlin for the Olympic Games in 1936, but that was perhaps the least of his accomplishments […]

Dave Anderson

 Dave Anderson (Sportswriter.  Born, Troy, NY, May 6, 1929.)  Among the unusual distinctions Dave Anderson has earned during his career as one of America’s top sportswriters is that he was the last beat writer ever to cover the Brooklyn Dodgers for the Brooklyn Eagle.  Indeed, Anderson was preparing to go to spring training when the […]

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