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May 02, 1966
SPRING SONGSirs:I enjoyed your baseball issue (April 18) because, as an Oriole fan, I liked your prediction of a Baltimore pennant. However, the last four paragraphs of your article on the Birds were very misleading....
July 19, 1965
OFF THE MARKSirs:In the past I have been opposed to the interference of the Federal Government in sports such as baseball and boxing. However, because of the present unfortunate, ridiculous and confusing feud between...
September 16, 1963 | Gwilym S. Brown
There are occasions when professional golf's big winners seem to act like giant one-man corporations, gobbling up prize money with the dispassion of a steel mill swallowing pig iron. Last weekend's television...
July 16, 1962 | Alfred Wright
Britain is not producing top-caliber golfers as it once did. Maybe the incentive is lacking because tournament purses are small, or maybe the Americans and the Australians are too good
June 11, 1962 | Roy Terrell
They begin to arrive at the site of the 62nd U.S. Open this weekend, all those golfers with the famous names: Palmer, Player, Finsterwald, Casper, Nicklaus, Sanders, Littler, Bolt. These are the men who dismember par...