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July 15, 1963 Table Of Contents

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SKEET SHOOTING

Events through July

Yesterday

Sunny Jim Sweeps the Bases

A remarkable record was set in the major leagues 39 years ago. It has never been surpassed

By Harold Rosenthal

Wimbledon

BETTER THAN FANCY PANTS

In the dead-white world of Wimbledon, the flamboyant play of two young Americans produced all the color and excitement that this ancient queen of tennis tournaments could jolly well stand

By John Lovesey

WAY UNDER PAR IN A PARKING LOT

A 20-year-old professional putter shoots 100 holes in one to win a $50,000 tournament at a shopping center

By Peggy Downey

Norman Woolworth

A YOUNG BLOOD IN A LIVELY OLD TRADITION

When a man who spends the afternoon of his wedding day at a baseball game marries a girl who was a golf champ at 24, you can expect a couple with wide interests in sport. Meet Norman and Toni Woolworth, participants and spectators extraordinary

By Gerald Holland

Horse Racing

The pleasure of keeping fast company

Two slow starts and one very fast filly highlight eight weeks of following the world's big races

By M. R. Werner

Bridge

The ladies find a winning bungle

By Charles Goren

Baseball

Boot a few, bat a million

Just as the White Sox said, the key player in last winter's biggest trade has turned out to be a chunky, restless rookie named Pete Ward

By Robert Creamer

Boating

Two rooster tails wash out a fifth Gold Cup

In his attempt to win still another racing trophy, defeated Champ Bill Muncey was frustrated by a wall of water and an oilman's boat

By Hugh Whall

Clure Mosher

IN MIAMI NEARLY EVERYBODY HATES CLURE MOSHER

By John Underwood

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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