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January 19, 1970 | Bud Collins
Tennis loves to put its head under the guillotine. Just when the game seemed to be entering an era of increased popularity, thanks largely to the long overdue approval of open play, up pops a new lethal situation....
September 28, 1970
BASKETBALL—Denver Rocket rookie RALPH SIMPSON was permitted by a temporary injunction in U.S. District Court to join the team's preseason practices, at least until Sept. 28 when the court decides the next step in his...
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...
March 29, 1971 | Alfred Wright
New tournament formats and inflated purses are turning professional tennis into a lavish sport, especially for Australia's rocketing Rod Laver
April 19, 1971 | Bob Briner
When he plotted the take-over of pro tennis, the author envisioned immediate riches. Instead he found the sport produced only headaches and a girl who was Leslie Howard's grandfather