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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....
August 26, 1968
April 22, 1968
Among the 15 persons newly elected to the International Swimming Hall of Fame is one Benjamin Franklin—the Benjamin Franklin, who was being honored as a swimmer, a swimming teacher and our first swimming writer. In...
April 15, 1968 | Edwin Shrake
When Joyce Dodson asked the U.S. Olympic Committee if she could be its Texas fund raiser, the USOC said sure, though it really did not expect startling results—and certainly not what it got
September 25, 1967
"The only way I know how to settle this is just to ask you how big your catch was. And no fudging," Governor Dan Moore of North Carolina said sternly to Governors Lester Maddox of Georgia and Mills Godwin of...