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July 9, 1962 Table Of Contents

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The Girls

WHERE THE GIRLS ARE

At times last week it seemed they were everywhere: on the courts at Wimbledon (all but the champ, who was dumped early); on the golf course at Myrtle Beach, working out a new pecking order; running and throwing in an international meet in Chicago. Results: happy times, some surprises

HALOS, HOPES AND BELINSKY, TOO

Ranked as a second-division team in the American League before the season started, the upstart Los Angeles Angels have surprised everyone by clinging close to the top of the standings

By William Leggett

Irish Derby

THE IRISH COLT CAME IN SECOND

If all Ireland was disappointed that one of its own did not win the Derby, there was consolation in the fact that the race was a big step forward in international competition

By Whitney Tower

Race Driving

RACE DRIVING TAUGHT HERE

In a unique schoolroom at California's Riverside racetrack, ex-Champion Carroll Shelby and Designer Pete Brock show hopeful Phil Hills how to put polish on the lead in their feet

By Roy Terrell

THE BOY WHO MAY BECOME THE WORLD'S STRONGEST MAN

By Tex Maule

Harriman

Harriman of Goshen

By Robert Creamer

Boating

It's the little things that count

A first look at the Australian boat, 'Gretel,' reveals the meticulous refinements that make her a worthy challenger for the America's cup

By Mary Jane Hodges

Bridge

Sharp work with the scissors

By Charles Goren

Track & Field

A champion with a camera for sale

Poland's Janusz Sidlo has fashioned a good life for himself with his wooden javelin. Now he wants to throw U.S. steel

By Tex Maule

Mel Allen

Baseball's Babbling Brook

Mel Allen, The Voice of the Yankees, has drowned many a fan in a flood of chatter, but he has earned a good living and a reputation for excellence

By Huston Horn

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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