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January 07, 1963
The brashest boy on the pro golf tour is Phil Rodgers. Fat, sassy and tough to beat, he is depicted at his supercon-fident—but sometimes lonely—best by Walter Bingham.
April 08, 1963
RIGHT TO FIGHTSirs:The new campaign to ban boxing, touched off by the death of former Featherweight Champion Davey Moore (Death of a Champion, April 1), is as absurd as abolishing automobiles because of the number of...
November 25, 1963
DISHING THE DIRTSirs:How dare you accuse the New York Giants of deliberately trying to beat up Jimmy Brown of the Cleveland Browns (A War on Ferocity, Nov. 11)! No football player deliberately goes out to injure...
July 13, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Contributing Editor Bill Talbert has won so many tennis honors during the 45 years of his life that he no longer bothers to keep count. He was four times U.S. doubles champion with Gardnar Mulloy and represented his...
September 15, 1969 | Garry Valk
Senior Editor Walter Bingham was at home on Long Island enjoying his weekend, satisfied that our annual college football preview package (starting on page 46) was as up-to-date as he and a small army of...