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A kite, a silent crowd and Roy Campanella helped to make the Series a memorable one
Pro and amateur tennis met in New York last week, but each was on its own side of the street
MARTINA'S BIG MOMENT
Miroslav and Jana Navratilova had promised their daughter Martina that if she reached the Wimbledon finals, they would drive the 80 miles ...
CHAMPIONS IN TROUBLE
It was a bad time for heroes. Pancho Gonzales, the world's best tennis player ( opposite), Jamin, the world's best trotting horse (page 10) and Jacques Plante, the ...
Baltimore's quick-tempered jim-dandy
Jim Gentile is hitting home runs and winning games for the Orioles, but he may resume his war with water coolers if things go wrong
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. He is probably the.
Too Many Strokes
The MajorsIn Pursuit of Golf's Holy GrailBy John FeinsteinLittle, Brown and Co., $24.50 There are many entertaining vignettes in The Majors, ...
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 ...
BENEATH THE CHRISTMAS TREE
Christmas is in the air, and again stores are jammed with children's games for Dad to play with. Here are a few of the better ones, some new, some not, but all ...