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August 30, 1954 | William F. Talbert
KEN ROSEWALL, 19 (5 ft. 7¾ in., 148 lb.): Slender and dark, looks more like a ball boy than a top internationalist. Has great "little" game, reminiscent of Frankie Parker's. Backhand magnificent, so is footwork and...
August 29, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
HELEN JACOBS, New YorkU.S. and Wimbledon champion"Hilda Krahwinkel Sperling in the 1936 Wimbledon. Neither of us had won that title and we battled for three hours. The match meant so much to us that at its conclusion...
October 23, 1967 | Janet Graham
Up to now virtually every minority group in the world except one has had its spokesmen and its apologists. That single neglected group has now found its special pleader in Michael Barsley, author of The Other Hand, a...
December 23, 1974 | George Plimpton
In the fall of 1954 a sobbing 12-year-old boy walked into the Columbia Gym in Louisville and expressed an interest in whupping whoever had stolen his new bike. So a man there began teaching Cassius Clay how to box....
July 01, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, better known as Wimbledon, is hosting the All England Championships for the 105th time. The club has been the site of many memorable matches, and here TV commentator and...