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POINT OF FACT

An All-Star game quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the fans and the armchair experts

By Maury Allen

Yesterday

Pug in the poets' corner

Bob Gregson was a boxing bard who hit below the beat and bit and gouged in the clichés

By Mitchell Rawson

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS July 7 to July 13

Open The Door

OPEN THE DOOR, STOCKHOLM!

Will amateur tennis officials authorize open tournaments when they meet in Sweden next week? From Wimbledon, Martin Kane reports on the deepening tennis crisis and its probable outcome

By Martin Kane

WOMEN'S GOLF FINDS A NEW ZAHARIAS

With an overpowering win in the Open, Mickey Wright becomes her sport's most exciting figure since the days of the storied Babe

By Gwilym Brown

'Stop Your Engines'

'GENTLEMEN, STOP YOUR ENGINES'

So say the international arbiters of sports car racing to gifted U.S. amateurs who, denied ail but a small taste of open competition heretofore, are now deprived of that

By Kenneth Rudeen

Truth and Beauty

His Eye Is on the Kimmie

Baseball's Weapon

BASEBALL'S SECRET WEAPON: TERROR

Despite official denials, pitchers throw at batters—to knock them down, to brush them back, sometimes to brain them

By Roger Kahn

Catalina

A LOCAL SOUTH SEAS ISLE

It is just 27 miles from Los Angeles to Santa Catalina, but it might be Tahiti, and it may soon be an exclusive suburb

By Roger Williams

Baseball

Mr. Crash of the Tigers

That's what they call Detroit's Norm Cash, whose surprising slugging is a big reason for the team's high position. Cash still relies on the bench for advice on how to play first base

By Tex Maule

Horse Shows

The battle of the boycott

A tough Illinois horseman has everyone in a tizzy because of his demands for American rules

By Alice Higgins

Trophy Hunters

They Kill Them with Kindness

By Jack Olsen

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

HARRY JAMES

Top coach for a top team

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