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July 04, 1955
The Giants ended their worst Western trip since 1953 with a double-header drubbing in St. Louis, and Willie Mays still slumped. The Durocher lip buttoned on rumors this would be his last season with the Giants who,...
BACK FROM WIMBLEDON, THE U.S. DAVIS CUP CAPTAIN REVISES AN OLD RHYME AND SAYS: "WON'T YOU COME ONTO THE TEAM, BOYS?"
July 18, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The impressive American victory at Wimbledon has left a lot of people feeling that right now Uncle Sam is safely up on top in the tennis world. It's easy to overlook the fact that most of the glory won on foreign...
July 15, 1957
Christine Truman, 16-year-old, 5-foot-11 Briton who quit school to concentrate on tennis, made father chop down favorite oak to make room for a court, became national idol as youngest girl to gain Wimbledon...
December 09, 1957 | William Talbert
It was spring in Australia last week but dispatches from the American Davis Cup team were wintry with despair. Durable Vic Seixas was eliminated in the quarter-final round of a regional tournament, and a doubles team...
October 06, 1958
Don Wilson, Dearborn, Mich. auto dealer, speedily won first heats of Potomac River hydroplane races in Washington, cagily coasted home last in third heat to capture President's Cup Regatta with Miss U.S.I.