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POINT OF FACT

A baseball quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of both the casual fan and the armchair expert

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Contents

My Handicap

Golf Is My Handicap

By Joseph L. Smith

King David

KING DAVID AND THE BLACK BULL

Luis Rodriguez, once the welterweight champion, had a dream that he and a Biblical warrior would win the title back from Emile Griffith. But Emile, mildly annoyed by the allegory, muddled their plan

By Huston Horn

Golfing Caper

James Bond's Golfing Caper

Sweet Torture

RUNNING IS SUCH SWEET TORTURE

Little Tom O'Hara can go a mile in less than four minutes, and for hours without a halt. Hardly anybody is able to catch up with him—until he stops. Then his rampaging doubts do

By John Underwood

THE LONGEST 90 FEET IN BASEBALL

Voice Of World Tennis

BUSIEST VOICE IN A BUSY, BUSY CLAN

It belongs to Gladys Heldman, wife and mother of champions. She publishes, edits and all but hand-delivers 43,000 copies of 'World Tennis' each month and still finds time to play a good game herself

By Barbara La Fontaine

People

PEOPLE

Sporting Look

GEARED FOR CUP RACING

Motor Sports

After the Indianapolis fire: an argument

Reforms in the 500 are certain to include better fuel tanks and limits on their size, but gasoline is unlikely to be prohibited despite some stiff opposition. The track might be widened somewhat to ease pileup dangers

By Kenneth Rudeen

Baseball

He sends in the smoke for the green goose

Translation: John Wyatt throws his fast ball for Charlie Finley—just a sample of why his language is in a league all its own

By Mark Kram

Boating

'American Eagle' wings her way toward Newport

Bill Luders' new boat crushed her three rivals, 'Nefertiti,' 'Columbia' and 'Constellation,' during the first week of America's Cup trials, but in an unofficial race against a British tanker, she was almost crushed herself

By Hugh Whall

Lost Heroes

LOST HEROES OF TOURING

A Pittsburgh man with a well-mapped plan and some indomitable women drivers are two little-known reasons why motoring became a national sport

By Robert Cantwell

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

SCORECARD

INFIDELS ON THE HORIZON