April 17, 1961 | Charles Goren
The U.S. bridge team, now in Buenos Aires for the 1961 world championship, may be the last all-veteran combination to represent us in international competition—even if it wins. Though formidable, the lineup of Sidney...
May 05, 1969 | Charles Goren
Unlike the Italians, U.S. players do not feel partnerships require long practice, and this year they will get a chance to prove it
January 11, 1971 | Walter Bingham
You name the event—table tennis, coin pitching, backward running or a whole decathlon of trivial skills—and Eddie Kantar will take you on. He is probably the
January 25, 1971
BOBBY (CONT.)Sirs:I must question one critic (19TH HOLE, Jan. 11) of your selection of Bobby Orr as the Sportsman of the Year. Martin J. Aronoff's contemporary cry of racism in hockey seems to have arisen from a...
August 28, 1972 | Charles Goren
Topsy-turvy is the only way to describe the 1972 Summer National Contract Bridge Championships held recently in Denver. Virtually nothing went according to form. For example, in 43 previous years of competition for...