August 16, 1954 | William F. Talbert
He's had plenty this season and it's nobody's fault but his own
August 23, 1954 | John Bentley
THE SPEED MERCHANTFor this amateur mechanic, tinkering with automobiles was a relaxing hobby after the grinding competition in which he won fame as a tennis player. Possessing tremendous speed and power, he achieved...
August 23, 1954 | H.H.S. Phillips Jr.
Last week, even though you were starting with Vol. 1, No. 1, you found yourself right in the middle of the story. And this week you take it from there.
August 23, 1954
The faithful pause on an ivy-clad balcony to look down on the decorous garden shrine of world tennis
September 06, 1954
The Moody-Jacobs tennis match in 1933 caused more controversy than any other women's sports event