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March 15, 1971 | Walter Bingham
Jack Tuthill, the PGA's tournament director, is a cool-headed ex-FBI agent who week after week acts as a combination law enforcer, psychiatrist and comforting friend to golf's big names
August 24, 1970
BELL, BOOK AND BOO-BOOSirs:The article by William Reed (He Whistles While He Works, Aug. 10) about Tommy Bell, the NFL football referee and his crew of Graf, Kelleher, Jorgensen, Toler and Harder was most...
August 10, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
Dave Hill didn't win the $250,000 classic (Bruce Crampton did), but golf's constant critic, whose play has thrust him into the game's top rank, reiterated his views of sacred cows and cornfields
July 20, 1970
COMMENTSSirs:In regard to Gary Player's statement that "making rude remarks about a golf course is like accepting an invitation to dinner and telling the host the food is lousy" (Tony's a Shark at Pasture Pool, June...
July 13, 1970
TONYSirs:Three years ago I felt sorry for a fine and unfortunate young athlete whose career was tragically interrupted. Now I realize he never needed anyone's pity—he had enough himself to fill Fenway Park. I was...