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July 13, 1959 | John Metcalf
Empires may crumble, sterling may sag, dark-eyed Latin Americans may triumph over trustworthy Anglo-Saxons, but Wimbledon, a tight little, right little suburb 40 minutes southwest from Piccadilly Circus, remains the...
July 13, 1959
TENNIS—World tennis took on distinct Latin-American look after Alex Olmedo, transplanted Peruvian who helped U.S. win Davis Cup, wrung men's title from Australia's Rod Laver 6-4, 6 3, 6-4 and Maria Bueno, perky...
August 03, 1959
Trish Galvin, 20-year-old equestrienne beauty from Santa Barbara, Calif., scored 1,202 points at the Fairfield County Hunt Club trials at Westport, Conn., won herself a place on the U.S. Pan American team.
August 10, 1959
HARNESS RACING—Yonkers Raceway finished its summer season with a week of richly stuffed purses. Producing few thrills but top money was the $113,812 Hilltop Trot, richest single race for trotters, won by Blaze...
August 31, 1959 | William F. Talbert
Count on two points for America in the singles, thanks to Alex Olmedo. Concede the doubles to the Australians. Then hope that an aroused Barry MacKay can snare one singles match