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U.S. Open

THAT BIG STRONG DUDE

Those are the words Arnold Palmer used to describe Jack Nicklaus, the young giant who coolly and masterfully defeated him in a stunning U.S. Open playoff to become this era's other wonder man of golf

By Alfred Wright

Viva Vava

VIVA VAVA AND GARRINCHA!

These triumphant players (below) were the heroes as Brazil won its second straight world soccer championship in Chile, the climax of an international tournament that began two years ago

By Roy Terrell

READY FOR THE REDS

After coming from behind in a so-so season to win the intercollegiate championships on Onondaga Lake, Cornell's crew is eager to take on a Russian eight at Philadelphia

By Thomas Brody

Dodgers

L.A.'S SWIFT SET SPRINTS TO THE TOP

The Los Angeles Dodgers are drawing baseball's biggest crowds with a group of players who are not afraid to sing and dance and take a chance. Running the bases with derring-do, they lead the league

By William Leggett

A WRY GLIMPSE OF WIMBLEDON

Part IV Better Boating

Cruising Under Sail

By Roderick Stephens Jr.

St. Johns

A STRANGE AND LOVELY STREAM

From its lush, subtropic source, the St. Johns River flows north through Florida, bearing with it islands of floating water hyacinths and schools of fat bass. In places wider than the Nile, the river provides a delightful playground for the angler and the casual vacationer.

By Martin Kane

Track & Field

Birth of a new dynasty

Oregon was so strong in the NCAA championships it could have won with only sophomores and juniors

By Tex Maule

Bridge

The master teaches the teachers

Charles Goren gives a three-day bridge lesson in New York and mixes charm with sound advice

By Walter Bingham

Yank In Japan

A YANK IN JAPAN

After years of frustration in the minors, Joe Stanka pitched his ball club to the pennant. He became a national hero. But it was not quite the classic movie script—his team was the Nankai Hawks of Osaka. His story is also one of awesome determination and delicate international relations

By Donald S. Connery

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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