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Genres: Non-Fiction, History, Other;
Arch Ward worked for the Chicago Tribune for 25 years.
Biographical and Professional Information
Arch Ward was the sports editor and columnist of the Chicago Tribune for 25 years, known as a promoter first and a writer second. In 1933, he created the Major League Baseball All-Star-Game for Chicago’s Century of Progress Exposition at the World’s Fair. His other creations include the College All-Star Game and the Golden Glove amateur boxing competition. But he was also a writer. Starting in 1930, he began writing “In the Wake of the News,” a column he inherited from sports-writing legend Ring Lardner.
- In the Wake of the News, Chicago Tribune, 1939
- Frank Leahy and the fighting Irish, Armed forces Edition, 1944
- The Green Bay Packers,: The story of professional football , Putnam, 1946
- The New Chicago White Sox, H. Regency Co., 1951
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
In the Wake of the News.
Release Date: 1939
Frank Leahy and the fighting Irish (Armed Services edition)
Release Date: 1944
The Green Bay Packers,: The story of professional football
Release Date: 1946
The new Chicago White Sox
Release Date: 1951
- 2012 Nominee for the Literary Hall of Fame, '
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