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Yankees

SECRET WEAPONS SAVE THE YANKS

While Mr. Mantle and his famous teammates were nursing celebrated wounds, a group of unknown players in pinstripes virtually ended the 1963 pennant race

By Robert Creamer

Trial In The South

A TRIAL THAT HAS THE SOUTH SEETHING

Published charges of a college football fix will be challenged in court next week when ex-Georgia Coach Wally Butts (above) confronts accuser George Burnett (opposite) in a case nearly as divisive as the 1925 monkey trial

By Dan Jenkins

Heavyweight Fight

THIS IS WHAT CLAY SAYS HE WANTS

By Robert H. Boyle

'I LIVE WITH MYSELF'

By Gilbert Rogin

SARATOGA RACING CENTENNIAL 1863-1963

Archery

She started at the top

Through two unprecedented years, Nancy Vonderheide has been a champion who could not lose. Now she faces the ultimate test

By Virginia Kraft

Bridge

Winning team for a losing town

By Charles Goren

Golf

A good time to obey a mother-in-law

The PGA champion tells Gwilym Brown about the one person who said he would win, and gives some revealing reasons why it was not easy

By Jack Nicklaus

Crest Trail

HIGH ROAD TO A WILD PARADISE

A long and narrow path bisects the immense national forests on the Pacific coast, follows the crest of a great divide and leads on to tranquil solitude, courtesy U.S. Forest Service. Once a working trail for forest rangers, it is now a recreational treasure

By Robert Cantwell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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