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June 24, 1963
The U.S. Open Championship is decided at Brookline; Alfred Wright will be there to tell of the strokes and strategy that enabled the winner to conquer the field and the course.
June 17, 1963
Too many pitchers is the unique problem in Pittsburgh, where the deepest stall in baseball—including the No. 1 relief man, Roy Face—cannot win a pennant without base hits.
May 20, 1963
Driver Dan Gurney, behind the wheel of his startling rear-engined Lotus-Ford, will be spearheading a rebellion at Indianapolis. A preview of the big "500" by Kenneth Rudeen.
March 18, 1963
The Liston-Patterson fight is previewed by Robert Boyle. Plus pictures and drawings showing how Liston can be hit and showing exactly how he got to Patterson the last time.
October 15, 1962
Sports soothsayer Richard E. Snyder, our No. I sporting goods economist, has surprising predictions on which sports will go up and which down in popularity and esteem.