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February 09, 1970 | Robert H. Boyle
Twenty-one years after he won the U.S. national championship (left), Pancho Gonzales is beating the pick of the pros and remains undefeated in the Tennis Champions, Inc. Classic. Last week in Detroit he clawed John...
July 21, 1969
Now that Pancho Gonzales and his ex-wife Madelyn intend to remarry (SI, July 7), the once and future Mrs. Gonzales says, "People always ask me how I can possibly live with such a vicious-looking terror. That's easy....
July 07, 1969 | Kim Chapin
Gaunt and graying and 41, Gonzales last week was the hero of center court, inspiring a tribute unseen at Wimbledon for a quarter of a century
September 25, 1961
BASEBALL—Unrated GARDENA (Calif.) put together a walk, a wild pitch and a single to upset the defending champion, Clearwater Bombers, 1-0 in the opening game of the world softball tournament in Clearwater, Fla.
August 28, 1961