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United States tennis fathers face a dramatic dilemma as they search for the right team to travel the long ROAD TO ADELAIDE
Of the 32 nations challenging Australia for the Davis Cup this year, only five are still "alive." They are Italy (which just last week won the European Zone title from ...
The Question: As a former Olympian, what should the United States do to win the Olympics in 1956?
RALPH HILL, 5000-Meter RunSecond, 1932"By creating more interest in events in which we are traditionally weak. College meets should schedule events more ...
Playing in the Bush League
On a visit to Kennebunkport, the author barely kept up with a sporting Prez
He Got Down and Did It
Despite his antique racket, Jimmy Connors—who's a bit of an antique himself—was unbending in pursuit of his fifth U.S. Open
You can lose your first game and still advance from your four-team group. In fact, you can lose your first two games and still survive, as the U.S. ...
A Year of Turmoil and Decision
The third NCAA championship was a breeze. Much more difficult problems were the black boycott of the Olympics, Lew's change of religious affiliation and his choice between the rival pro basketball leagues
A MAJORITY OPINION ON BASEBALL BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES
Like millions of Americans who became instantly and forever qualified as experts the moment they watched their first game, I am an expert at baseball.
1954 & Its Sportsman: Roger Bannister
The year brought shining performances in a host of sports, but the electrifying running of history's first four-minute miler—a man of no fanfare—made him year's pre-eminent man of sport
It Took Courage for Billy Payne to Pursue the 1996 Summer Olympics for Atlanta, and It Will Take All of His Religious Fervor to Pull Them Off