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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
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...
July 27, 1981 | Barry McDermott
Kathy Rinaldi, 14 and heiress to the Evert-Austin-Jaeger tradition of youthful success, already beats some of her elders and gives promise of being the best ever
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
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...