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October 31, 1955
Jack Kramer, disappointed but philosophical over his failure to sign Australia's Lew Hoad and Ken Rosewall to $50,000 pro tennis contracts, went about the business of deciding who would play opposite Tony Trabert on...
October 24, 1955
Notre Dame's loss to Michigan State was just one dramatic development in an upset weekend which patiently has been waiting to happen since the 1955 collegiate football season began. Other heretofore unbeaten teams...
October 17, 1955
Tony Trabert has made up his mind to turn pro (see page 30). Strong probability: Aussie whiz kids Lew Hoad and Ken Rose-wall will announce similar decisions soon.
October 17, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The world's best amateur has turned pro and U. S. tennis is on the spot. Here our Davis Cup captain looks at the future and comments on some good prospects
October 10, 1955 | William F. Talbert
ALONE BUT WITH LOTS OF GOOD ADVICE FROM THE SIDELINES, TONY TRABERT PONDERS HIS FUTURE AS AMATEUR OR PRO