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The Red Sox had four .300 hitters and a six-game winning streak...and then

A SHOT AT THE RUSSIANS

The first-ever track meet between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. is an odd moment in history

By Tex Maule

Spectacle

An Immense Acceptance of Destiny

Mile-high mountain trails provide a margin between defeat and victory during the 24-day Tour de France, the world's most famous bicycle race

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

SOME THOUGHTS FOR CONGRESS

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Costa Brava

Presenting the Costa Brava

Almost unknown to Americans, Spain's own Riviera offers the good life for a song

By Horace Sutton

Baseball

The unknown home run hitter

The Pirates' Frank Thomas was an unspectacular ballplayer until the Dodgers and Giants moved west. Their friendly new parks helped make him the league's top slugger

By Roy Terrell

Boxing

Battle of the bulls

Former Champion Gene Fullmer starts a national comeback against Szuzina

By Martin Kane

Horse Racing

When the Bluegrass goes West

Parlaying a $600 risk into a $4 million breeding bonanza, Rex Ellsworth may make California the Kentucky of tomorrow

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

This lawyer could afford a king

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

Driving down tight fairways

By Lionel Hebert

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Sport In Art

Quarry Bathers

Swordfish

XIPHIAS THE SWORDFISH

He is a fish of magnificent proportions, awesome power and mysterious ways. His contempt for man is legendary, and the angler knows him as the most challenging of game fish

By Thomas H. Lineaweaver

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

IRIS KIMBALL

'I'd like to win something big'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

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FOR THE RECORD

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