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June 15, 1959
BASEBALL—SOUTHERN U., Baton Rouge, over Omaha, 10-2, to win NAIA title, Alpine, Texas.
July 16, 1956
Peter Thomson, cherub-faced young Aussie, casually went about business of shooting 286 for his third straight British Open title at Hoylake (see page 34), teamed up with Lew Hoad (see below) to give Australia a fair...
June 18, 1956 | Elaine St. Maur
A traditional Japanese art of recording prize catches provides an exciting new hobby for sport fishermen
May 21, 1956 | Helen Markel
To Texas Millionaire Clint Murchison and his cronies, the pursuit of this sunfish is a disease which can only partially be cured at Koon Kreek Klub
February 14, 1955 | Willie Hunter
When the ball lies on the apron only a foot or so from the green, a sensible club to use sometimes is the famous "Texas wedge," the putter. However, when the ball is lying fairly well back on the apron and the apron...