scotch and soda

The natural

“Give us this day a daily plinth,” my father, Red Smith, and his pal, Joe Palmer, a racing columnist, would pray, one with a thwart and soda in hand, a other scotch and bend water, as they convened in Palmer’s book-lined investigate during a finish of a day. It was their private joke—a plinth is a bottom of a column—but a request was fervent. My father’s hunt for his plinth was unending.

Walter Wellesley (Red) Smith was innate in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Sep 25, 1905. He motionless early on that he wanted to go to Notre Dame and turn a

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