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Pure gold nuggets have turned up in Denver, where the ABA entry has a new name, a new front office, two new coaches, two fine draft picks and two first-rate guards. Barry McDermott reports on a 24-carat team.
April 07, 1969 | William F. Talbert
William Tatem Tilden has been acclaimed by many—and perhaps rightly so—as the best tennis player who ever lived. But what he wanted most to be was an actor and author. He was frustrated in both ambitions. The plays...
August 26, 1968 | Kim Chapin
September 25, 1967 | Kim Chapin
In any sport, there is something indefinable that separates the champion from the pack he dominates. This is the primary theme of Tennis Observed, by Bill Talbert and Pete Axthelm (Barre Publishers, $12.50), a...
November 29, 1965 | Garry Valk
When Art Arfons or his brother Walt or their rival Craig Breedlove go streaking across the Utah desert at speeds that hover around 10 miles a minute (page 80) they are pursuing a goal that is probably as ancient as...