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July 01, 1957
Pete Rademacher, shown here with knowing wink, may well be first amateur to fight for world heavyweight title if planned bout with Floyd Patterson in Seattle week of Aug. 19 comes off. No powder-puff puncher, Olympic...
September 16, 1957
Bill Cox Sr., 44-year-old Darien, Conn. skipper, teamed with son Bill Jr., brother Gardner, aboard his speedy Zig Zagger, won two races, finished well up in three others to easily capture International Lightning...
August 11, 1958
Gordon (Buddy) Baker, steady 17-year-old South Carolinian playing his third year of golf, won the USGA National Junior tournament in St. Paul, by beating Doug Lindsay, Bethesda, Md., also 17, 2 and 1.
August 17, 1959
A golf course, almost any golf course, is beyond all argument one of the most esthetically pleasing sights in sports. Trimmed, landscaped, bucolic and imbued with a sense of leisure which most of those who play on it...
August 21, 1961
Charles McDowell, 16, Virginia Beach, Va., freshman-to-be at Phillips Exeter Academy, a golfer for 10 years, nipped Jay Sigel, 1-up, in 18-hole final to become 14th USGA junior champion in match played at Ithaca, New...