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September 13, 1976
Biting the dust of the Har-Tru at Forest Hills, some of the big names of tennis—Ashe, Panatta, Wade, Navratilova—disappeared early from the U.S. Open. Curry Kirkpatrick records the deeds of the survivors.
August 16, 1976
No longer a kid, Jack Nicklaus takes on all comers as he defends his PGA championship against such relative youngsters as Jerry Pate and such old rivals as Lee Trevino. Dan Jenkins reports from Congressional.
July 19, 1976
MONTREAL MARCHSir:Apparently Jerry Kirshenbaum (Good Times by the Cut-ups, June 28) missed some great performances while covering the U.S. Swimming Trials in Long Beach. While reporting that the American women...
June 21, 1976
Marching on Georgia are 150 golfers, each with one burning ambition—to win the U.S. Open at the Atlanta Athletic Club, where Bobby Jones once reigned. Dan Jenkins covers the battlefield.
April 12, 1976
Jack's jackets, the green ones, number five, and at the Masters this week the mighty Nicklaus goes for six. Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf would settle for one. Dan Jenkins stands watch.