History

Sports Served Short – Strength Magazine – April, 1930

Nothing of recent occurrence in the sporting world should hold for the public at this time as much significance as the winning of the Bok A ward by Connie Mack, lanky leader of the Philadelphia Athletics. This marked the first time in the nine-year existence of the award that a figure in the sporting world has gained it-formerly the winners were learned men in the professions and publicists.

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