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NANCY BUCKLEY, secretaryTampa, Florida"Why not? I'd like to try it. I'm not the sloppy, sentimental type that thinks it's terrible to shoot birds or animals. What else are they good for? Hunting must be a great...
July 11, 1955
Smiling, easygoing Louise Brough, an Oklahoman turned Californian, approached the modern immortals of ladies' tennis—Helen Wills Moody Roark and Suzanne Lenglen—by winning her fourth Wimbledon championship.
January 09, 1956
Polo originated long ago in the royal courts of the Orient. As far back as the fifth century B.C. the kings of ancient Iran played it, and Persian art has recorded its old and honorable history through the centuries....
April 09, 1956
Presidential flame-red rain pants are donned while Sam Snead holds umbrella.
May 14, 1956
DAVE ALBRITTONCombining Iranian enthusiasm and American equipment contributed by Ohio State and Michigan universities, Dave Albritton (second from left), a member of the 1936 U.S. Olympic team, has undertaken the job...