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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
March 12, 1973 | Joe Jares
...and green stuff. Chris Evert gets her introduction to the money game and comes away with 10 grand reasons for being a pro
April 09, 1973
RUNNING REDSirs:Ken Dryden did an excellent job (The Rinks Were Running Red, March 26) on his diary of the Team Canada-Russia ice hockey games. The article was as humorous and suspenseful as Jim Bouton's Ball Four.
June 25, 1973 | Galway Kinnell
June 25, 1973 | Jack Meyers
A poet-athlete might seem a rarity, but this week's issue includes stories by two men who are just that. Dan Gerber, who recounts his near-tragic, final adventure as a race driver on page 42, has published two books...