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July 13, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Baltimore's Flags

BALTIMORE'S TWO FLAGS

As the city honors 'The Star-Spangled Banner's 150th year, the Orioles are making a strong bid for the pennant

By Frank Deford

Olympic Trials

OVER THE FIRST BIG HURDLE ON A GOLDEN TRAIL

Some old dependables and a few new faces won places on the Olympic team. Some of those who missed will get another chance in September

By John Underwood

STILL TOO TENDER TO BE A TIGER

Against Eddie Machen, Floyd Patterson again tried to prove himself. All he proved was that he doesn't want to hurt anyone

By Tex Maule

The Outcasts

THE OUTCASTS ARE COUNTED IN

Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle, in disfavor down under since February, are back in the Davis Cup picture after a Wimbledon performance that may yet prove the racket to be mightier than the sword

By John Lovesey

TENNIS: ITS EARLY CHARMS AND LASTING JOYS

Net Play

A WAY TO BETTER NET PLAY

During the past few months Bill Talbert has been teaching his 12-year-old son Peter how to play net. We felt that Talbert's instructions to his son would also be of interest to our readers, from 12-year-olds on up. What follows is intended solely for those who have never played net, those who have played it only under direct order from a partner and those who have played it with gusto but without effect. In short, it is intended for most tennis players

By Bill Talbert

AN ERA OF ELEGANCE

By Whitney Tower

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

The Mets' throwback to Cobb

All-Star Ron Hunt plays a flashy, aggressive game that brings fans to their feet and belies the nickname a teammate gave him—Nap Time

By Mark Kram

Boating

Yo heave ho on a paying guest's chest

They had to shanghai crews in the old days, but the skipper shown at right makes his hands pay to work

By Hugh Whall

Bridge

A double deal for Jimmy

By Charles Goren

Mr. Mulloy

The Irrepressible Mr. Mulloy

Now a mellowing 50 but far from mellow, he has spent his life tormenting the Pooh-Bahs of tennis (as at Wimbledon, above) and beating the world's best

By Gilbert Rogin

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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