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September 27, 1971 | Gwilym S. Brown
The Ryder Cup results were pretty much as usual. The British sent a fresh young team against our pros, and Author James Thurber's words applied: 'Youth will be served—frequently stuffed with chestnuts'
July 12, 1971
AUTO RACING—MARK DONOHUE, in a McLaren, won the inaugural Pocono 500-mile race at the Pocono (Pa.) International Raceway by 1.6 seconds over Joe Leonard (page 18).
September 29, 1969 | Gwilym S. Brown
But It was one sweet smack for U.S. pros, as the British all but stole away with the Ryder Cup
October 30, 1967 | Alfred Wright
Ryder Cup play was predictably unexciting, but the U.S. captain and his star got things moving
April 24, 1967