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September 02, 1963 | Rex Lardner
Anne Quast Welts won the Women's Amateur for the third time, but everyone fell in love with a chubby, gum-chewing kid from Spokane who giggled and galloped her way to the finals
August 31, 1964 | Alfred Wright
One of the more memorable sights of the Women's National Amateur last week was that of Defending Champion Anne Quast Welts, not because of her play—which was ragged enough to keep her from even qualifying for the...
September 14, 1964
YANKS AGAINST THE WALLSirs:It's about time to tell the truth about this year's edition of the New York Yankees. William Leggett in his They Went and Got 'Em (Aug. 31) does it. The Yanks are just bad this year.LARRY...
August 25, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.
That's the way envious American opponents would describe the performance of Catherine Lacoste, the French girl who last week added the U.S. Amateur championship to the Open title she won two years ago