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July 13, 1959
TENNIS—World tennis took on distinct Latin-American look after Alex Olmedo, transplanted Peruvian who helped U.S. win Davis Cup, wrung men's title from Australia's Rod Laver 6-4, 6 3, 6-4 and Maria Bueno, perky...
September 21, 1959 | William F. Talbert
An Aussie and a Brazilian won the U. S. tennis titles as the natives just watched
November 02, 1959
Dorothy Macleod of Chicago defied critics who said she was too light (108 pounds) to hold a jumping horse, climbed aboard Windsor Castle and won the Big Jump at the Pennsylvania Horse Show at Harrisburg, Pa.
February 15, 1960
Margaret Smith, 17, loose-limbed Australian who holds tennis racket with right hand and signs autographs with left, upset Maria Bueno, U.S. and Wimbledon champion, went on to win Australian women's title.
July 11, 1960
ARCHERY—FAYE SCONYERS, Modesto, Calif, successfully defended her women's instinctive class title in National Field Archery Championships at Grayling, Mich., at same time set national record by scoring 2,447 points;...