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August 17, 1959
There were free movies, dances and picnics, but mostly there was plain hard work for the 244 youths entered in the Junior and Boys' tennis championships at Kalamazoo, Mich. "I don't have much time for social life,"...
March 19, 1973 | Joe Jares
In the insurance capital of the U.S., Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson continued an Australian policy and collected the World Cup once again
March 02, 1964 | Frank Deford
Salisbury, Md. has a population of only 16,302, but its huge, airy civic center (above) proved an ideal site for the National Indoor championships, which were won by Chuck McKinley
September 16, 1963 | Walter Bingham
From the first serve at Forest Hills, it was anybody's tournament, the most wide-open men's singles championship in years. With Rod Laver gone off to the pros where he belongs, the usual horde of marauding...
March 13, 1967 | William F. Talbert
When two promoters staged separate tournaments in New York last week—one amateur, the other pro—the result was a lot of empty seats