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Point Of Fact

A tennis quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

By Nancy Pierce

Yesterday

Bad Day for Babe Ruth

It began in a New York City jail and ended with no hits in a crucial baseball game

By Wally Pipp

U.S. Success

WHIRLING SUCCESS FOR THE U.S.

A world record hammer throw by Harold Connolly offsets a world record high jump by Valeri Brumel as the U.S. men defeat the Soviet Union for the fourth time

By Tex Maule

Palmer's PGA

THE TROUBLE WITH LEADING AN ARMY

The army was Arnold Palmer's, and it was on the move. Even though Gary Player won the PGA, the story of the event was how the very presence of Palmer is transforming tournament golf

By Alfred Wright

Trials

TIME OF TRIAL FOR FOUR TALL SLOOPS

There were some spectacular triumphs—and snafus—in the first round of tests to pick a defender for the America's Cup, but the subtle moves that add up to a selection were noticed only by nine solemn men in blue

By Carleton Mitchell

DANGER AT THE CORNER

Sandy

THE EVERYMAN OF BOXING

In the last days of his career, Randy Sandy, a boxer for 13 years, epitomizes the plight of the better-than-average fighter. His history is a bittersweet description of a once flourishing profession that is now declining in practitioners and rewards

By Gerald Astor

Travel

A boat watcher's guide to Newport

For the best look at 12-meter racing—and the historic town where it is happening—go during the August trials, when you can still get a bed

By Fred R. Smith

Harness Racing

The Preacher and the Viking

With a big win in the Yonkers Futurity, an old man and a young trotter move boldly to the front in the race for trotting's Triple Crown

By William Leggett

Golf

Knowing a small rule can be a great help

By Jack Nicklaus

Bridge

Right time to get desperate

By Charles Goren

Nature

Owls in the gantries

Down at Cape Canaveral small birds with feathers get almost as much attention as the moon rockets

By John O'Reilly

Minnesota Fans

Aboard That Minnesota Cannonball

Rollie Reynen of Devils Lake, N.Dak. sings loud and clear as he helps to keep the party lively on the special railroad car taking a delegation 400 miles to the ball game. Fans came by train, bus, car and plane from all over the Northwest and parts of Canada to see the hot Minnesota Twins take on Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle and the rest of the hated New York Yankees

By Gerald Holland

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Frank Deford

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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