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January 29, 1973 | Clive Gammon
Mae'n bleser cael y tenis yna yng Nhogledd Cymru," Mr. Gordon Griffiths from the Isle of Anglesey announced expansively at the start of the matches at Deeside Leisure Centre. For the benefit of any illiterate...
January 22, 1973
The big money and the big buck arrive at last for pro tennis. Two companies of players, one in Miami and one in Wales, begin the 1973 WCT tour. The stakes? A $1 million purse.
February 09, 1970 | Clive Gammon
If you can translate the above battle cry (Wales Forever!) you are a scholar—and a patriot. If you can shout about it you will be welcome in any pub in Cardiff or Swansea—or even in a Paris café on the eve of a...
February 09, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Few readers caught up in the wild ribaldry of Author Clive Gammon's account of a Welsh rugby team invading Paris (page 58) will pause to worry much about the rules of the game they were there to play. Yet there is a...
April 17, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Showing respect for neither records nor their elders, 17-year-olds Mark Spitz and Fred Haywood splashed to the top of the U.S. swim ranks