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November 20, 1961
THE SHORTS AGAIN
September 25, 1961 | Alfred Wright
Blond and awesome Mr. Nicklaus wins the National Amateur, as expected, while a band of fellow college boys unexpectedly overpowers one of the tournament's finest fields
July 03, 1961
BOATING—DR. BRITTON CHANCE, 1952 Olympic champion from Philadelphia, won four out of five races to sail off with the 5.5-meter championship of the Baltic regatta in Russia. Chance had 6,914 points to 4,835 points for...
July 03, 1961 | Gwilym Brown
Jack Nicklaus' victory in the 62nd National Collegiate golf championship last week may not have been over the strongest field he has ever played against, but emotionally and physically it was one of his toughest...
July 03, 1961 | Henry Longhurst
Michael Bonallack survived an awful lie on the final day to win the British Amateur championship