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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.
June 27, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
Record sprinter Tommie Smith proved too delicate an instrument for the hard task he and his coach set for him in the NCAA championships
May 06, 1968 | Bill MacKay
Long before the Twins and the Vikings came to town, they were playing ball in Minnesota, and they were playing for keeps. They called it ball, but it was more like intertribal warfare
December 01, 1969
Laura Dalley of Washington, a senior at The Madeira School and captain of its field-hockey team, scored 20 of the team's 26 goals during an eight-game undefeated season. She was responsible for five goals in one game...
August 03, 1970
Kris LaPoint, a senior at California's Castro Valley High, shortened the towline to 40 feet and hit 36 mph for a slalom run past three buoys to win the California World Cup Invitational Water Ski meet at Berkeley,...