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November 12, 1956
Murray Rose, free-wheeling 18-year-old Aussie vegetarian, took dead aim at the world 1,500-meter swim record, became first to break 18 minutes with brilliant 17:59.5 clocking at Melbourne. Reflected Rose: "I just...
September 17, 1956
William F. Talbert, shown here with Hamilton Richardson (right), has long observed how effective the behavior and appearance of our traveling athletes can be in winning overseas friends for this country. As a...
April 02, 1956
Bill Talbert, who brought U.S. Davis Cup victory over Australia in 1954, was renamed captain by USLTA, admitted "the odds are great but not insurmountable" as he made plans to work with 12-man squad (see below).
July 11, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Bill Talbert's article in this issue on the championships at Wimbledon emphasizes again that reporting the world of sport means also reporting the sport of the world. And this, in turn, means travel.
January 10, 1955 | William F. Talbert/U.S. Davis Cup Team Captain
Of all the points played in Sydney, the one diagrammed at right, says Bill Talbert, was the most decisive. It gave the U.S. a break in the opening match, and the subsequent lift which this break gave to the Americans...