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Herbert Warren Wind

All Herbert Warren Wind Stories

Sep 30, 1957

AMATEUR HEROES

Billy Joe Patton, Reid Jack, Hillman Robbins, Bud Taylor were four of the many who emerged in the Walker Cup and the National Amateur

Sep 03, 1956

DEAN OF THE GRAND OLD GAME

Player, reporter and essayist, Bernard Darwin is golf's greatest historian. Herewith, on the occasion of his 80th birthday, an appreciation of his work and, in his own words, his most striking memories of 50 years on the links

Apr 21, 1958

The fateful corner

A reflective look-back at the Masters confirms history's affinity for the 12th and 13th

Nov 30, 1959

Home-town Boy Makes Good

The annual Canada Cup matches were held in Melbourne and, to the delight of the 50,000 Australians who watched, popular Peter Thomson led his two-man team to an easy win

Jan 28, 1957

THE OLD KRAUT REVIVES THE BRUINS

By instilling his own fierce will to win in his players, Coach Milton Schmidt, ranking hero of Boston's golden age of hockey, has ended the Bruins' long hibernation and produced the surprise team of the National Hockey League

Aug 26, 1957

THE LAST OF THE WOOSTERS

Two Wodehousian gentlemen from Berkshire have labored selflessly for many years to bring about a robust renaissance of British golf

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 leadership

Jul 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

Mar 03, 1958

Around the Mulberry Bush

SECOND OF TWO PARTS: SPORTS IN JAPAN. Both nationally and internationally, sports participation has helped restore damaged Japanese pride. Now the islands seem full of athletes of both sexes going full tilt:

Apr 20, 1959

HISTORIC MASTERS

Huge crowds at Augusta ushered in a new era in golf, and a new high in stretch drives was set by Art Wall with five birdies

Oct 29, 1956

GOLF AND THE SEASONS

Autumn, as the companion portfolio shows, is one of the best

Jul 08, 1957

THE TRAGIC FOURTH

Jackie Pung's failure to report her score correctly was the technicality which lost her the Women's Open golf title

Sep 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

Jun 11, 1956

SAM AND THE OPEN

One of golf's alltime great players, Sam Snead, the magnetic man from the mountains, has won every major championship except—tragically—'the big one,' the National Open

Jan 13, 1958

The Odyssey of Victor Seixas

The announced retirement of the efficeixas Philadelphian evokes some long thoughts on the tennis career of audeixas Horeixas

Mar 02, 1959

FROM THE HILL TO THE HALL

On the eve of a new spring training season, Yogi Berra looms larger than ever as one of baseball's great personalities

Oct 15, 1956

PAR'S NEW GIRLS

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

Apr 22, 1957

...BUT COLD ON THE ICE

Montreal's Flying Frenchmen took a seemingly unassailable lead over the game but tired Bruins in the Stanley Cup final

Aug 04, 1958

Items from a summer notebook

Random thoughts on the new PGA tournament, spectator aids, Peter Thomson, Sam Snead and Cary Grant