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July 11, 1960
When quarter-finals day at Wimbledon began, the United States, represented by Earl Buchholz and Barry MacKay, seemed to have a good chance to win the men's singles for the first time since Tony Trabert beat Lew Hoad...
April 11, 1960 | William F. Talbert
Recent victories by foreign stars emphasize an old need: surfaces that favor nobody
September 07, 1959
BOXING—Utah's Gene Fullmer, abandoning his customary wade-right-in style, jiggled ponderously just beyond the range of Carmen Basilio's formidable left, countered almost as he very well pleased, to win NBA version of...
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
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...