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July 15, 1968 | Pat Ryan
The lady golf pros had a cat scratch or two for France's Catherine Lacoste, defending champion in the U.S. Women's Open, but really needed no more than the presence of a newlywed to turn back the foreign devil
December 15, 1958 | Barry Burn
The lady pros: star for the new year, poll for the Old
October 06, 1958 | Marilynn Smith
My dad used to say that there were three times when the right elbow should be down: eating, riding a horse and swinging the golf club back.
September 29, 1958 | Charley Petrino
On a clear shot to the green from a distance which seems to require a nine-iron, it is often a much better bet for the middle- or high-handicap golfer to reach for his eight-iron instead. He's more apt to hit the...
August 11, 1958
BOATING—HENRY VOGEL, JACK SALMON and HARRY REEVES, national championships in National Limited Hydroplane races, Seattle, for 225, 135 and 136 classes, respectively.