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U.S. Ambassador to France Sargent Shriver won his first Veterans' Doubles match at Wimbledon last week (his partner was Bob Kelleher, president of the USLTA) and told the press, "It was unexpected and an extremely...
October 31, 1966
Power in the pacific will be pulsingly evident as off-shore motorboats race north from Long Beach. Our color cameras will be there—in the air, on the land and on the sea.
July 25, 1966 | Mark Kram
Joey Archer, evoking old memories of Irish boxing's best, had tradition and the crowd with him, but an aroused Emile Griffith bulled his way to victory and kept his middleweight championship
November 22, 1965 | Martin Kane
Five times the middleweight champion, Ray Robinson discovers at 45 that it is far better to retire than to keep struggling for the unattainable
January 04, 1965 | Robert H. Boyle
Contrary to the popular impression, boxing is not dead. There are stirrings of life in the eight divisions, ranked by SI (below), and promise that in 1965 the sport will head back to rugged good health