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February 06, 1961 | Walter Bingham
It was a bad time for heroes. Pancho Gonzales, the world's best tennis player (opposite), Jamin, the world's best trotting horse (page 10) and Jacques Plante, the world's best hockey goalie (page 12) suffered...
March 09, 1959 | James Murray
Jack Kramer, the big boss of pro tennis, does some very frank thinking out loud as his tennis olio takes to the road
June 09, 1958
•Despite an ailing leg, Lew Hoad will try to upset Pancho Gonzales in the Forest Hills pro tournament. Marvin Newman's color camera captures the two stars in action.
April 07, 1958
AUTO RACING—LEN SUTTON, Portland, Ore., USAC 100-miler with 95.5 mph average, in Central Excavating Special, Trenton, N.J.
February 24, 1958 | Dick Phelan