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October 23, 1961 | Henry Longhurst
U.S. professionals defeated the British in both foursomes and singles, but it took two days of superb golf by one of the best teams we have ever sent to England
November 27, 1961
Sam Burgess, Bath, Me. high school junior, whose hobby is lobstering ("It's great for your leg muscles"), won the Maine Interscholastic Cross Country title for the second year in a row, in 12:05.4 for two miles 600...
July 16, 1962 | Alfred Wright
Britain is not producing top-caliber golfers as it once did. Maybe the incentive is lacking because tournament purses are small, or maybe the Americans and the Australians are too good
January 21, 1963 | Alfred Wright
Professional golfers are in a high-stepping frame of mind as the 1963 tour gets under way. Arnold Palmer (left) cavorted on the 18th green after sinking the winning putt in the Los Angeles Open. So did Phil Rodgers...
September 30, 1963
BASEBALL—"We won the pennant in 1960 with Danny and we're going to do it again," said Pittsburgh-General Manager Joe Brown after rehiring DANNY MURTAUGH, 45, to manage the eighth-place Pirates in 1964. In the major...