Showing 1 - 10 of 16 Stories for Walter Bingham
Remembering Mark McCormack
Sifting through the massive folder of biographical material on Mark McCormack, the sports superagent who died last Friday at age 72, I came ...
The master traders
Others have the reputation, but the Giants, year in and year out, make the best trades
Suggestion: down with love
James Van Alen, president of the National Lawn Tennis Hall of Fame at Newport and chairman of the time-honored Newport Invitation Tournament, here takes the witness stand and presents his radical ideas on streamlining tennis. Mr. Van Alen's career as a player dates back to his college days at Cambridge, England, where he captained the Oxford-Cambridge team which defeated the combined Yale-Harvard squad of 1924. Even today, at 55, he wields an aggressive and enthusiastic racket
ASSAULT ON THE RECORD
If either Mantle or Maris hits 61 home runs this season, will he break Ruth's record? Herewith a straight answer to a hot question.
No more joy in Beertown
A steady decline in attendance at Milwaukee—a 1.1 million dip in four years—may cause one of baseball's fattest franchises to strike out
The sweet smell of red roses
To Ohio State's Woody Hayes, whose team will meet UCLA in the Rose Bowl, the rose is fragrant, but the color is blood
TEXAS KEEPS ITS PLACE ON TOP
With only a minute to play, the first-ranked team in the country was losing to the underdog University of Arkansas. Then a chorus of whoops and hollers signaled ...
AN AMBUSH ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL
Chris Evert says she's going to cut back on her tennis-playing schedule next year , ease the pressure a bit. The rest of the women on the pro ...
Going down the old tube—in spades
This wasn't a commuters' game on the Long Island Rail Road. This was big time on the big eye. And this was disaster