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Mai Clarke thinks practicing tennis is as loathsome as jogging, something he has said he would do only at gunpoint. This is not to say that Clarke, 83, who three years ago became the first player in any age division...
May 03, 1976 | Paul A. Witteman
But in the doubles world Freddy McNair (left) and his partner Sherwood Stewart are now No. 2
November 24, 1975 | George Plimpton
November 18, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•David Hobbs, race driver, on Formula I sensation Jody Scheckter: "Jody can retrieve a car from the edge of disaster—and instantly put it on the edge of another disaster."
September 04, 1972
AUTO RACING—BOBBY ALLISON, driving a Chevrolet won the $39,245 Nashville 420, finishing eight lengths ahead of Richard Petty's Plymouth.