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March 31, 1969
Memorable moments from past Masters, heroic and tragic, are re-created in words and paintings. Also: a study of Bert Yancey, a maybe champion who has an obsession.
April 07, 1969 | Mark Kram
In the conformist world of tournament tennis, Torben Ulrich is a blithe spirit, a player of fair talent and delightful eccentricities to whom winning and losing mean nothing compared to the ballet of the stroke, the...
April 21, 1969
BORING AND UNJUSTSirs:Tex Maule for commissioner of baseball, football, basketball and all other sports (The Curse of the Endless Playoff, April 7)! His keen insight into this area is what the sports world...
May 12, 1969
Speaking of people, the R.T. French Co. is making people crackers for dogs—milkmen, mailmen, policemen, dogcatchers and burglars, all packed in an animal-cracker-size box.
April 13, 1970
Last month the Lions Club in Copenhagen asked 106 of the city's more famous residents to do paintings which the club could exhibit in the town hall and then auction off for charity. Tennis star Torben Ulrich as usual...