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July 27, 1964
BICYCLING—After gaining the lead on the 17th day, Frenchman JACQUES ANQUETIL pedaled on to edge countryman Raymond Poulidor by 55 seconds overall for his fourth straight triumph in the 23-day Tour de France. It was a...
September 28, 1964
OLYMPIC CYCLESirs:Let's have more articles like the one on Cyclist Jackie Simes (Lure of the Wild While Noise, Sept. 14). It is pitiful that he gets more support from the Danes than from his fellow Americans.JIM...
April 04, 1966 | Martin Kane
Playing on a rubber surface that slowed the ball but not the action, the pros last week reminded everyone what ground strokes are like
March 13, 1967 | William F. Talbert
When two promoters staged separate tournaments in New York last week—one amateur, the other pro—the result was a lot of empty seats
June 19, 1967 | Kim Chapin
As the top-ranked U.S. tennis player, Dennis Ralston often substituted petulance for performance on the courts. Now, as the newest star of the professional troupe, he shows promise of becoming a real champion