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December 12, 1960
Janie Pinkston, 13, eighth-grade chess player from Lansing, Mich. who holds state women's amateur title, kept unruly brown hair from her eyes long enough to win five games, draw a sixth, top 26 entrants in elementary...
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...
October 07, 1963 | Robert Ball
There were British flags aplenty waving at the Davis Cup matches, but in the end the Union Jack saluted only a flagging British cup team
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
October 18, 1971 | Gwilym Brown
Stan Smith, although only a Pfc., brought a lot of heavy artillery to bear against those two tenacious Rumanians, Ilie Nastase and Ion Tiriac, to lead the U.S. Davis Cup team to victory in North Carolina