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TEST CASESirs:Bravo to Robert H. Boyle for his article on the Riva Ridge case (Who and When and Mostly Why, Sept. 4). Not only does he reveal all the facts of Riva Ridge's disappointing Monmouth race, he gives a...
August 28, 1972 | Robert H. Boyle
September 28, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
OWN PETARDIt had to happen. James Van Alen, the Newport millionaire whose tie-breaker scoring innovation brought a new dimension to the U.S. Open tennis championship at Forest Hills earlier this month, was playing...
September 02, 1968 | John Hanlon
The posh Newport Casino, shrine of the white-flannel set, was not really designed as a tennis club at all; it got its start when an uninvited horse wandered into the cottagers' exclusive Reading Room
September 18, 1967 | George Plimpton