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July 11, 1955 | Fred Tupper
Tony Trabert becomes a great champion and two determined women play a match that will live long in the memory of tennis at Wimbledon
July 11, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The U.S. Davis Cup captain, a Wimbledon witness, reveals the young Cincinnatian finally capturing the world's most coveted tennis title
July 11, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Bill Talbert's article in this issue on the championships at Wimbledon emphasizes again that reporting the world of sport means also reporting the sport of the world. And this, in turn, means travel.
BACK FROM WIMBLEDON, THE U.S. DAVIS CUP CAPTAIN REVISES AN OLD RHYME AND SAYS: "WON'T YOU COME ONTO THE TEAM, BOYS?"
July 18, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The impressive American victory at Wimbledon has left a lot of people feeling that right now Uncle Sam is safely up on top in the tennis world. It's easy to overlook the fact that most of the glory won on foreign...
August 01, 1955
Donald Campbell finally got a quiet spell on England's Lake Ullswater and opened up his jet-powered Bluebird in an official speed test, reclaimed the world's water-speed record for Britain with an average of 202...