- AMERICAN LEAGUE FRENZYSeptember 11, 1967
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August 09, 1965
BIG BEATSirs:Dan Jenkins' O.K., Everybody: Beat America! (July 26) is a perfect example of the negative attitude so popular in America today. If the author feels that America is slipping in international sports, why...
August 09, 1965 | Frank Deford
When Arthur Ashe was chosen to face Mexico in Davis Cup play, it was hoped he might help U.S. star Dennis Ralston by winning one match. As it developed, he won twice to lead his team to victory
August 02, 1965 | Gerald Holland
Theirs is a world of watches and tapes, and they willingly admit that when one of them runs in the shade what's under the tree is a nut
August 02, 1965
Motorists are lucky: the rules that govern them are, for the most part, clearly stated in signs along the roadside: NO RIGHT TURN, LEFT TURN FROM CENTER LANE ONLY. STOP! Although signs are few and no white lines...
July 26, 1965 | Dan Jenkins