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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, ...
An open letter to the USLTA
In view of the sorry year just past and the equivocal future of tennis, Sports Illustrated invited Contributing Editor Bill Talbert to address an open letter to the ...
A Davis Cup preview with an evaluation by U.S. Captain William Talbert, a look back and ahead by the Prime Minister of Australia and a CONVERSATION ...
FORECAST: A COMING CHAMPION
By William F. Talbert ... His sound strokes would have warmed the heart of the late Bill Tilden, who always bemoaned the passing of the backcourt masters and ...
IT'S TIME TO OPEN UP TENNIS
By William F. Talbert ... than at any time since Big Bill Tilden made his vigorous— but unsuccessful—bid for an open tournament back in the middle 1930s.
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.
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.
QUESTION: Am I too old (47) to take up skiing? If not, what would you advise me to do about equipment and lessons?
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