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September 12, 1966
KING ARTHUR'S COURTSirs:As one who has followed tennis rather closely, I watched with interest the career of the first Negro to attain topflight ability, Althea Gibson, two-time winner at both Wimbledon and Forest...
August 29, 1966
BEARSirs:The first article of your series by Alabama Football Coach Bear Bryant, I'll Tell You About Football (Aug. 15 et seq.), is simply great. This is no ordinary sports story. It is one of the most candid and...
December 06, 1965 | John Underwood
November 08, 1965 | John Underwood
Quick now, football fans! What is the name of the poor little ex-farm boy from Moro Bottoms, Ark. who grew up to become a director of a bank and an insurance company, who prefers turnip greens to steak, who dotes...
October 11, 1965
Football may not be king at the University of Alabama, but it lives like one in the ultimate of athletic dormitories. Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant's palace-away-from-home for proven players cost $1 million when completed...