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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.
June 27, 1955
London Tennis Championships at Queen's Club, traditional prelude to Wimbledon, were won by Australia's little left-hander, Ken Rosewall, and that hardy U.S. perennial, Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif.
A PREVIEW AND A PROPHECY ABOUT THAT "DEDICATED FORTNIGHT" AT WIMBLEDON WHERE THE BEST OF THE BEST WILL MEET NEXT WEEK
June 20, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The conservative British Call them merely "The Championships," as if they were in an all-inclusive class by themselves, and actually they are. More informally, they are known as the Wimbledon tennis championships and...
June 06, 1955 | Horace Sutton
A few offbeat—and onbeat—tips for overseas vacationers