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June 20, 1966
The toughest test in golf is the U.S. Open, held this year at San Francisco's Olympic Club. Alfred Wright describes how the modern pros solved an old-fashioned course.
July 19, 1965
ARCHERY—BILL' BEDNAR of Suffield, Ohio rallied from a tie for fourth in the final round to win his second Professional Archers Association national championship in three years in Detroit. In the women's division...
July 05, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
With tactical cunning and a brilliant burst of speed, 18-year-old Jim Ryun beat the great Peter Snell in a 3:55.3 mile. Earlier another young American, Gerry Lindgren, helped demolish a world mark
June 28, 1965 | Joe Jares
A cluster of the brightest high school track stars in the U.S. met at Sacramento and turned in some startling, grown-up performances
January 18, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
The indoor track season got under way last week, and despite forebodings of disaster the outlook suddenly brightened. There will be girls, more foreign stars and new races to take the place of banished collegians