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July 29, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Sonny Slams Ahead

SONNY SLAMS AHEAD

On a climactic night in Las Vegas the heavyweight champion retains his title, beating Floyd Patterson and amply showing that he is a great bear of a fighter, if a surly bear of a man

By Robert H. Boyle

HOTTEST MAN IN A FURNACE

While the rest of the field fried, Jack Nicklaus coolly muscled his way to the PGA title in Dallas

By Alfred Wright

They Could Be Good

THEY COULD BE GOOD IF THEY TRIED

So said the Russians of a U.S. track team that arrived in Moscow full of boastful confidence and left two days later with a skinny victory in the closest meet yet

By Israel Shenker

Sandy Koufax

THE VERY BEST ACT IN TOWN

Sandy Koufax has become baseball's top pitcher and one of its biggest attractions. He has money, a bronze Oldsmobile, an ear for Mendelssohn, a blazing fast Ball and a realization that none of it can last

By Jack Olsen

Springboard Diving

THE BOLD AND FLUID BEAUTY OF THE HUMAN FORM

Summer Houses

HOUSES THAT UNSQUARE THE CUBE

Out of cedar shingles, glass, sunlight and very little money, Andrew Geller creates his antic summer houses for people escaping the compartmented world of Manhattan

By Fred R. Smith

Bridge

A practice that isn't perfect

By Charles Goren

Boating

All kinds of people go to sea in Whalers

It looks like a bathtub and it is not much good for catching whales, but if you want a boat for any other reason—fishing or water skiing or scuba diving or even commuting—the no-nonsense Boston Whaler is it

By Coles Phinizy

Scuba Diving

Some signs of danger in the air

Scuba divers assume that the air they get in their tanks is pure, but the assumption could be fatal

By Duncan Barnes

Baseball

Beanballs and other headaches

On a sultry summer evening, conversation in the dugout turns to the current controversy over beanings, a rookie first baseman's costly mistakes and an umpire's pride in his profession

By Robert Creamer

Speed King

SPEED KING? OR JUST SON OF SPEED KING?

IS DONALD CAMPBELL A HERO IN HIS OWN RIGHT, OR MERELY A SEQUEL TO A FAMOUS FATHER? THESE ARE THE QUESTIONS ASKED AS THE 'WORLD'S FASTEST CAR' STANDS STOCK-STILL

By Kenneth Rudeen

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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