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May 18, 1970
"It's his attitude," said Hank Stram, watching Arthur Ashe beat Clark Graebner in a tournament in Overland Park, Kans. "It's what I try to tell my players over and over, and Ashe proved it again. What's an attitude?...
July 07, 1969
H. Clifford Clark, a retired Delaware farmer and former state representative, has hunted quail for most of his 75 years but took up trapshooting 10 years ago. Clark earned his first title by breaking 98 of 100...
November 11, 1968 | Joan Hobson
In England, if you picnic in style at the Derby, at Ascot, at Henley or at Lord's Cricket Ground, you do it from a hamper marked F&M—for Fortnum & Mason. It was in 1707 that an Oxford farmer named William Fortnum and...
September 16, 1968 | Pamela Knight
One of the goals of a walk through the English countryside is a pint of bitter in a country pub, which may explain why walking is still a very popular pastime there. Turn Left at the Pub (David McKay, New York,...
June 17, 1968
Elijah (Tiger) White, a 53-year-old grandfather from Carthage, Me. who did not enter motor racing until three years ago, drove his tiger-striped stock car to two victories in a space of eight days, winning 30-lap...