Don Budge, the first player and only American man to win tennis' Grand Slam, died Wednesday in Scranton, Pa., of cardiac arrest. He was 84.
The way of the McEnroe world usually progressed like this: John went first, followed by Patrick. Whether it was school or sport, the tempestuous John took the lead, and his younger brother, the temperate Patrick, was close behind.
LONDON (AP) - The defending-champion United States withdrew Thursday from next month's Fed Cup finals in Madrid, citing security concerns in the wake of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.
NEW YORK - A day and night of soft landings got the U.S. Open off to a comforting, som
HACKENSACK - American Legion Post 202 of Hackensack installed officers for the upcoming year.
ARLINGTON, Va. - Sherman M. Honeycutt, 79, Arlington, Va., formerly of Onamia, and a retired CIA intelligence officer, died Thursday, Feb. 14, 2002, at the Hospice of Northern Virginia in Arlington, Va., of cancer.
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