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April 13, 1964
The masters gets another champion, and Alfred Wright reports on how the spring season's biggest golf tournament was won—and lost—with color photographs of the action.
April 27, 1964 | Sidney L. James
"The most frustrating thing to a golf teacher," begins Claude Harmon on page 38 of this issue, "is to realize how many men—and women, too—could play the game much better without devoting any more time to it than they...
June 22, 1964
The 64th U.S. Open is played at Congressional Country Club in Washington. The on-course action that won and the strategy that helped are described by Alfred Wright.
January 11, 1965
The big five basketball teams of Philadelphia are always among the nation's best. A report on the high-powered, continuous rivalry that is unique among major cities.
January 25, 1965
A new George Chuvalo will stand up (or hopes he will) against Floyd Patterson next week. Gilbert Rogin tells how the Canadian heavyweight has been turned into a slugger.