September 21, 1970 | Walter Bingham
There was a lot of talk about a lethal new tie-breaker rule at the U.S. Open tennis championships, but the real killer was Ken Rosewall, who beat fellow Australian Tony Roche in the finals
August 03, 1970 | Gilbert Cant
The bracelets turn your wrist green and some medical people purple, but a host of well-known athletic figures, including Trainer Johnny Longden (above), feel that they can't hurt and may help
July 20, 1970
FENCING—HARRIET KING, a 32-year-old copywriter from San Francisco, won the women's national foil title for the third time, outpointing defending champion Ruth White, a New York University sophomore, at the Hotel...
September 15, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.
Australia's Rod Laver proved again at Forest Hills last week that the best players in the world are no match for him as he waltzed away with the men's singles title to complete his second Grand Slam
February 17, 1969 | Frank Deford
For last week's first indoor open in Philadelphia, Marilyn and Ed Fernberger were promoters, cheerleaders, den parents and hosts