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February 22, 1971 | Walter Bingham
Until John Newcombe beat him last weekend in Philadelphia, people were wondering if Rod Laver would ever lose again. Laver had won nine straight "Pro Tennis Classic" matches at $10,000 a crack against such players as...
September 21, 1970 | Walter Bingham
There was a lot of talk about a lethal new tie-breaker rule at the U.S. Open tennis championships, but the real killer was Ken Rosewall, who beat fellow Australian Tony Roche in the finals
August 10, 1970
BOATING—East European countries dominated the finals at the world canoe and kayak championship on Lake Bagsvaerd near Copenhagen, with the Soviet Union taking five of the eight titles and Hungary and Rumania...
August 03, 1970 | Gilbert Cant
The bracelets turn your wrist green and some medical people purple, but a host of well-known athletic figures, including Trainer Johnny Longden (above), feel that they can't hurt and may help
July 13, 1970 | Walter Bingham
But the aging Aussie's gallant bid at Wimbledon failed before the power of young John Newcombe