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All Herbert Warren Wind Stories

April 04, 1955

THE MASTERS

The rise to prominence of the Masters golf tournament is one of the relative miracles in modern American sport. In just about a score of years, the Masters, which ...

Feb. 07, 1955

CLASS DINNER

American golf has always been extremely fortunate in the type of persons it has had as its champions. This happy fact was never more conspicuous than it was ...

Aug. 06, 1956

DULUTH PLAYOFF

A brickbat for PGA officialdom, but bouquets for two beauteous Women's Open finalists in their.

June 23, 1958

BOLT UPRIGHT

For a decade now, Tommy Bolt, a man in whom the Barrymore strain runs strong, has attracted such attention by throwing clubs, announcing his reformation, ...

Nov. 08, 1954

GREAT SCOT

Findly Douglas spans almost a century of golf, from Old Tom to Byron Nelson.

Oct. 15, 1956

PAR'S NEW GIRLS

Golf is sprouting an abundance of younger and younger women of skill.

Feb. 27, 1956

THE BIG THREE

The women's pro golf circult, with the Babe away, is currently being carried very well by THE BIG THREE.

Dec. 06, 1954

Fire on the Ice

Burning intensity, a champion's spirit, the pride of a man who knows the glory and loneliness of supremacy—these are the qualities which make Maurice Richard, the idolized Rocket of Canada, one of the great athletes of our time and perhaps the greatest player ice hockey has ever known

June 20, 1955

THE AGE OF HOGAN

The winner of the 55th National Open Championship this weekend could very possibly be Ben Hogan. It is almost a simple matter of presence. Over the past ...

July 23, 1956

GOLF AND THE WOMEN

The fair sex has come so far on the fairway that today there are dozens of women pros and, of necessity, an annual National Women's Open championship.

April 22, 1957

HUBBUB IN THE HUB

Boston suddenly found itself the winter sports capital with both its hockey and basketball teams in the playoff finals.

April 16, 1956

AND THEN—JACKIE BURKE TOOK CHARGE

The 1956 masters will go down in the books as the tournament won by a smiling, tousle-haired fellow named Jack Burke. It will also go down in the memory of ...

Sept. 08, 1958

Les girls: life under pressure

A look-back at the Curtis Cup and the Women's Amateur and their heroines, Mrs. Smith and Miss Quast

Oct. 22, 1956

Let's Clear Up The Rules

The writer struggles with an annual dilemma and comes up with a request to the USGA:

Oct. 13, 1958

HEY, THOSE FOREIGNERS ARE CLOSING THE GAP

Two global team competitions, the World Amateur and the Canada Cup matches, will give golf a special international flavor this year and test this country's ...

Sept. 19, 1955

THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF JONES'S GRAND SLAM

Twenty-five years ago, Bobby Jones, the all-conquering Atlantan, returned from his victories in Britain and completed his historic sweep of golf's four major ...

Dec. 22, 1958

On the veranda with JAMES MICHAEL CURLEY

A gentle hurrah for the last of the great bosses, who loved sports as much as he did people who voted early-and often

Feb. 24, 1958

FIRST OF TWO PARTS: SPORTS IN JAPAN. In the dozen-odd years since the end of World War II, Western sports have become almost a way of life for the Japanese. Actually, this all began many years ago with: The Bouncing Ball

No less than 11 daily newspapers devoted to sports—one with a circulation of over 400000—are published in Japan today. These papers were never gobbled  ...