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Tennis Events

TENNIS EVENTS

USLTA tournaments through July 6

A Nervous Counselor

No Way Out for a Nervous Counselor

By Bill Bryan

Scrambled League

A WILD SCRAMBLE IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE

A VERY FAST CROWD AT THE TAPE

At California's Compton Invitational eight men and two high school youngsters came close to world records and thus hurled an exciting U.S. challenge at the finest middle-and long-distance racers

By Gwilym S. Brown

TAKEN FOR A VIRGINIA REEL

The fancy stepping of Virginia-bred Quadrangle in the Belmont Stakes was too much for The Dancer, and Canada's Triple Crown dreams were dashed in 1964's biggest upset

By Whitney Tower

U.S. Open Preview

A HORROR TO PLAY IN BUT GREAT TO WATCH

CONGRESSIONAL: WHERE A SMALL SPLASH WILL COST BIG MONEY

By Alfred Wright

THE ARMCHAIR GOLFER

THE ARMCHAIR GOLFER or WHIMPERS OF A SHORTCHANGED VIEWER

By Ogden Nash

Emperor In Harness

AN EMPEROR IN HARNESS

Billy Haughton bosses the biggest establishment in trotting and wins a million dollars a year. To do it he opens the track with early-morning workouts (above) and does not quit until after the last race at midnight

By Mark Kram

People

PEOPLE

Fishing

Grabbling for those crazy Mississippi cats

There is more than one way to catch catfish. The best way during the spawning season is by hand

By Harold Peterson

Bridge

The Chinese took them to the cleaners

By Charles Goren

Horse Shows

The day the jumping stopped and the revolt began

Behind the polite facade of Main Line Devon, the resentment of the nation's top riders toward arbitrary rule exploded into a near riot

By Alice Higgins

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

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