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On a court divided, the pros and amateurs are playing each other to a standstill
February 08, 1960
Jerrie Cobb, 28, Of Norman, Okla., who started flying at 12, has logged more than 6,000 flight hours, has set three world records, was named aviation's "woman of the year" by Women's NAA in Washington.
January 25, 1960
Kaklschranz, 21, part-time salesman from St. Anton, Austria, won Hahnenkamm giant slalom event at Kitzbühel in 1:30.2, became Austrians' favorite to succeed Toni Sailer as a gold medalist at Squaw Valley.
September 21, 1959
Sirs:After reading your article : (SI, Sept. 7), I feel that it needs correction in a few minor respects, as it relates to the so-called Olmedo incident during the National Clay Courts matches at River Forest.
September 14, 1959
Perry Jones, 71, U.S. Davis Cup captain, announcing his retirement after the loss of the cup to Australia: "We should not be alarmed. We have many fine juniors coming up. Our tennis future is bright."