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September 09, 1974 | Harold Peterson
When Eddie Sutton left Creighton University to become the new basketball coach at Arkansas, his family stayed behind in Omaha so that the children could finish school there. In the absence of Father, who was busy...
March 05, 1956 | Al Collins
There is really no need for those 8s, 9s and 10s that now and then make their way onto the scorecards of golfers who regularly play around 100 and sometimes play in the low 90s. They are caused not by lack of skill...
February 27, 1956 | Byron Nelson
The average golfer is subject to three fundamental faults when he takes the club back: 1) picking the club up too quickly with his hands rather than swinging the club back along the line; 2) pulling the club up too...
January 09, 1956 | Al Collins
On almost every golf course there are at least three or four holes where it is a distinct advantage to get the ball out a good, long distance from the tee. I am now 59 years old, and in recent years I have found that...
January 02, 1956 | Bill Zonker
While most golfers certainly understand that the body supplies the motive power that their hands actually release, few of them seem to have a clear picture in their minds of what correct, balanced body action looks...