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May 16, 1966
TURNED-ON WORLDSirs:After reading Dan Jenkins' fine article on international sports and where we stand in them (Stop the World, the U.S. Is On, May 2), curiosity prompted me to run a little test between the U.S. and...
June 13, 1966
The twist in Yankee fortunes after Ralph Houk succeeded Johnny Keane as manager was phenomenal. Leonard Koppett analyzes the turnabout and explains the real reasons for it.
June 20, 1966
The toughest test in golf is the U.S. Open, held this year at San Francisco's Olympic Club. Alfred Wright describes how the modern pros solved an old-fashioned course.
July 11, 1966 | Robert Cantwell
If mankind picked pets and animal allies on a strictly utilitarian basis, dogs would not have a chance. Other animals perform services far better. "A bear would make a better guard," says Bil Gilbert in How Animals...
July 18, 1966
ON THE DOLESirs:You have finally done it! In your article about the National AAU track and field championships (A Doleful Day for Ryun, July 4) you have pushed a great thing too far. Do you expect Jack Nicklaus to...