Showing 1 - 10 of 181 Stories for Walter Bingham
Hold That, Tiger
As a boy, Jack Nicklaus was playing golf with his father one daywhen he hit a terrible shot and, in a fit of pique, hurled hisclub down the fairway.
WORLD'S GREATEST GAMESMAN
You name the event—table tennis, coin pitching, backward running or a whole decathlon of trivial skills—and Eddie Kantar will take you on.
A TICKET FOR SLOWING
Bob Impaglia was so involved in his struggle with the front nine in the first round at Cherry Hillsâ€”"grinding away," he called itâ€”that he failed ...
A WALTZ AT WIMBLEDON
Her name was not Matilda, but Evonne Goolagong, a lass from the Aussie Outback, had them singing her praises as she and her countryman, ...
VALERI'S HIGH, HIGH JUMP
An 18-year-old Russian Olympian, who outleaped America's John Thomas in Rome, met him again in New York's Madison Square Garden last week, beat him ...
Requiem for a moth
Last Saturday Chattanooga fluttered near a flame called Ole Miss, and for a wonderful instant the flame was dimmed
BIDDING WITH A KICK
Shock waves went out after an Italian pair was caught playing footsie at the world bridge championships. When only a reprimand followed, the ...
SAY IT AGAIN, RUBE!
Pitching Coach Rube Walker's showy praise of his Met pitchers roused the front- running Cubs, who happily clawed Tom Seaver (left) and other ...
Miseries of the Moose
He's one of the most powerful men in the major leagues, but the Yankees' first baseman gets injured so often and so easily that he's a perennial question mark for the New Yorkers