- Muy loco down in San AntoneLarry Kenon and fellow Spur egos have enfevered a win-starved populaceJohn Papanek | May 14, 1979
- Soft draw on the pitch shotBilly Maxwell | August 24, 1959
- SKYLINEDecember 09, 1957
September 27, 1971
Pro Basketball Starts on the road to eventual merger with its first interleague play. Champion Milwaukee meets Dallas and Baltimore takes on Kentucky in exhibition games.
August 14, 1961
THE RECORDSirs:Walter Bingham's Assault on the Record (July 31) said something that has needed saying for some time. His realistic attitude is commendable.JOHN C. HENDRICKSONDayton, Ohio
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.
May 28, 1962
The giants of San Francisco, reinforced by elderly imports from the American League, have taken a firm grip on first place in the National League. Walter Bingham tells how.
June 18, 1962
PRO LUCASSirs:If the majority of people are as snide, cynical and sarcastic as those who wrote in about Jerry Lucas and his decision to turn pro (19TH HOLE, June 4), he is wasting—on a lot of undeserving clods—the...