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July 20, 1964
The smallest man in pro football, Tommy McDonald, tells the story of his rigorous boyhood, college feats and bruising pro apprenticeship. The first of two installments.
June 15, 1964
Hans Wolf of Ozone Park, N.Y., pedaled out of a pack of 166 starters to win the 21st annual Tour of Somerville (N.J.) 50-mile bicycle race in the record time of l:59:43.9 and became the first cyclist in the U.S. to...
June 01, 1964 | Jack Nicklaus
The author concludes his journal with an account of what his season has all led up to—the Masters. He is surprised to find himself driving a horse, flying an airplane and shoeless in Greensboro, and surprised, too,...
May 18, 1964 | Jack Nicklaus
A recounting of four weeks during which the author loses his golf clubs, leaves a ball up a palm tree, learns—happily—that he has no followers in a laundromat and comes up with his first 1964 victory despite a...
May 21, 1962
FAREWELL TO THE BUFFALO