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March 01, 1971 | Walter Bingham
A relentless siege of illness, injury and misfortune was lifted at last when Ruth Jessen finished first in the $60,000 Sears Classic
June 23, 1969 | Ruth Lieder
Basically the idea is to look all wet. And short of standing around under a sprinkler—which severely limits one's range in making the scene—the best move may be to adopt this developing fad in sporting clothes. The...
February 12, 1968 | Frank Deford
The new pro tour was up to date in Kansas City last week as John Newcombe dressed in yellow and go-go girls danced on court. Sure, the game still had its problems, but none of them was old age
November 16, 1964
At one time the mail-order catalog was the country's link with the stores in the city. But if the catalog came in with the horse and buggy, it did not go out with the jet: $2.2 billion worth of business was done in...
March 05, 1962
As a Sears, Roebuck and Co. consultant, Ted Williams brings to his new job the same keen eye and straight talk that set him apart as a ballplayer. Read how he helps Sears field-test and improve its sports...