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Yesterday/A Lanky Yank

A Lanky Yank Charms the British

Bill Tilden captivated the fans with his enthusiasm and inspired play in the 1920 Wimbledon Championships

By C. Alphonso Smith

Big Jay

BIG JAY HAS HIS DAY

Serene Julius Boros, the 43-year-old muscle man with the butter-smooth swing, outlasts his harassed competition on a much-maligned golf course to win the wildest U.S. Open ever

By Alfred Wright

'I GOT ALL KEYED UP AND I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO WIN'

By Jack Nicklaus

Our Swiftest

OUR SWIFTEST ARE THE BEST ANYWHERE

After two days of competition, the U.S. came up with a world-beating team in the nationals in St. Louis

By Tex Maule

Please Come In

BILL DAILEY, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME IN

Led by a sidearming relief pitcher with a gunfighter's walk and a sore-legged Cuban at shortstop, the Minnesota Twins have ignored a multitude of aches and pains to make a threatening run at the Yankees

By William Leggett

Italian Hands

THE WORK OF FINE ITALIAN HANDS

No European bridge player thought the U.S. would beat Italy and win the world championship. The Europeans were right, but the issue was in doubt right down to the final night of play

By Walter Bingham

SOME MASTER PLAYS AND MASTER GOOFS

By Charles Goren

Time And The Ocean

AGAINST TIME AND THE OCEAN

Rounding Koko Head in a knockdown puff near the finish of the 1961 California-to-Hawaii race, Howard Ahmanson's Sirius II' shows here that those who race on the sea risk more from the elements than those who race on land. But the point is the same: to get there first. This month fleets of salt-toughened sailormen are speeding against time across the world's two greatest oceans. The story of one who has raced his boat on both

By Arthur Zich

Baseball

Big Willie's private war with Cousin Don

The very sight of Don Drysdale turns Willie McCovey of the Giants from an erratic power hitter into Paul Bunyan with a baseball bat

By Robert Creamer

Tennis

Trojan triumph over Troy

With Dennis Ralston leading the way, USC so dominated this year's college championships that it ended up playing itself in the doubles

By Frank Deford

Boxing

'E said 'e would and 'e did

In a roistering, often farcical fight attended by Liz Taylor and Sonny Liston's manager, Cassius cut up 'Enery Cooper, as predicted, in five

By Huston Horn

Total Vacations

MR. BLITZ AND THE TOTAL VACATION GAME

An irrepressible and visionary Belgian, Gérard Blitz (above), is the president of the Club Méditerranée and the founder of 27 vacation villages scattered from the exotic lagoons of the French South Seas to the austere heights of the Swiss Alps. The clubs fulfill Blitz's concept that holidays should be a 'great game,' free of care and—sometimes—of comfort. The author explains the founder's philosophy and matches it against a personal visit to the South Sea island village on Moorea.

By Gilbert Rogin

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

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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