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British Open

MURDER ON A MOOR

Arnold Palmer, playing the finest golf of his life, defied the pressing crowds, the torturous rough and the rock-hard fairways on Scotland's Old Troon course to fire four rounds that killed off all opposition in the British Open

By Alfred Wright

Griffith

DOUBLE VICTORY FOR THE HATMAKER

Welterweight Champion Emile Griffith overcame tricky Ralph Dupas—and his own nightmares—in his first fight since he punched Benny Paret to death in New York four months ago

By Gilbert Rogin

Lady's Brief Distress

Smith's Place

SMITH'S PLACE IN THE SUN

The desert city of Phoenix has 10,000 pools, but swimmers and divers and dunkers crowd into one of them as if it were the only water hole west of the Pecos

By Coles Phinizy

GOLF IS A VIOLENT GAME

Bargain Hunters

CANDY FROM THE BARGAIN-HUNTING BABIES

The three-day flying tour to Las Vegas can be bought for the price of a hat, but a novice gambler who tried it found that his losses unfortunately included his shirt

By John Underwood

Baseball

No more joy in Beertown

A steady decline in attendance at Milwaukee—a 1.1 million dip in four years—may cause one of baseball's fattest franchises to strike out

By Walter Bingham

Conservation

The fire on New York's famous little island

A controversial commissioner's concrete ideas bring summer residents or a once peaceful sandspit running to the barricades

By Arthur Brawley

Horse Racing

The two big boys are back in step

Carry Back and Ridan began winning once more, to highlight American racing's richest day

By William Leggett

Bridge

Challenge by the Twin Cities

By Charles Goren

Pi√π Tardi Sea

The Lovely, Lazy Sea of Pi√π Tardi

The Mediterranean's music is an ancient, haunting melody that sounds for the sailor who takes his time. This is the story of a cruise on which the clock was stopped, and from Portofino through the offshore islands to Capri the only word for time was 'later'

By Carleton Mitchell

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Frank Deford

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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