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TWO PATS FOR BILL TALBERT
William F. Talbert, shown here with Hamilton Richardson (right), has long observed how effective the behavior and appearance of our traveling athletes can be ...
THE DAVIS CUP
First, however, on Brisbane's Milton Courts this week, Bill Talbert, the American nonplaying captain, will give his team a final tune-up. His one-two punch, ...
A ONE-TWO PUNCH FDR THE PRETTIEST
... TO THE BASELINE, THE GIRL AT RIGHT IS ABOUT TO DRIVE HER OPPONENT BACK WITH ONE PART OF THE ONE-TWO PUNCH. By William F. Talbert.
A YEAR FOR THE NEWCOMERS
... THE NEWCOMERS. The U.S. Davis Cup captain looks ahead to Forest Hills and finds some youngsters who might replace the old guard. By William F. Talbert.
Wait till next year
Cleveland and Detroit, meeting in the Runner-up Bowl, may have previewed a more important game
A CLASS REUNION
Yesterday's champions again de-mothed their gear to test Pancho Gonzales in an event which now resembles A CLASS REUNION. By William F. Talbert.
'LEW HOAD'S BIG SERVE CARRIED THE LOAD'
... a welcome rest by Captain Bill Talbert. Richardson showed some tennis of brilliance while losing in four sets to the calm perfections of Ken Rosewall's strokes.
TIP FROM THE TOP
... meets the eye. For the Dodgers, for instance, it's a yearly bill of more than $250,000 ... SNOW PATROL 64. Compiled by Bill Wallace ... By William F. Talbert .
QUESTION: Am I too old (47) to take up skiing? If not, what would you advise me to do about equipment and lessons?
One of the best things about skiing is that it can be taken up almost as easily at 40 or even 50 as at 10 or 20. In fact, a grown-up is likely to do better at first than a ...
TENNIS: Now you can play it better
By William F. Talbert ..... such as the western grip favored by the great champion Bill Johnston and the continental grip that Fred Perry used so effectively.