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July 28, 1975 | Dan Gerber
Whether the winds be mere zephyrs, like those nudging Osprey's headsails at right, or gales lo shiver hearts and spars, the Chicago-Mackinac is the queen of Great Lakes sailing races. Next week when some 300 boats...
July 09, 1973
WIDE OPENSirs:As a Johnny Miller fan, I congratulate Dan Jenkins on his story Battle of the Ages (June 25) about the U.S. Open. Not only did he do an excellent job on Johnny's fantastic round of 63, he covered all...
June 25, 1973 | Jack Meyers
A poet-athlete might seem a rarity, but this week's issue includes stories by two men who are just that. Dan Gerber, who recounts his near-tragic, final adventure as a race driver on page 42, has published two books...
June 18, 1973
Can one man win the U.S. Open twice on the same course? Well, it happened in 1905, and now Dan Jenkins is at Oakmont to see if Jack Nicklaus can repeat his 1962 victory.