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May 01, 1961 | Charles Goren
When the four top bridge teams of the world met in Buenos Aires, the strain was awful—but solid, oldtime tactics ultimately brought victory for the once-extravagant Italian players
June 25, 1962
John "Buck" O'Neil, 50, a Chicago Cubs scout for almost seven years, has been moved up to a coaching spot, becoming the first Negro coach in the majors. One of 11 Cub coaches, he will not take his turn as manager in...
November 12, 1962 | Pamela Knight
Ten airlines now fly jets to South America from the U.S.A. 45-day first-class excursion ticket costs $950 from New York, and first-class passengers are truly pampered on the 12-hour flights to Buenos Aires. Less...
November 12, 1962
Schedule of events and activities for the traveler in South America
November 12, 1962 | Gwilym S. Brown
Argentina, the Scotland of South America, plays host to the 10th annual International Golf Championship, in which teams of the world's best pros compete for little money and much prestige