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July 20, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Trapshooting Events

TRAPSHOOTING EVENTS

Schedule through August 1

Barbecue Contest

The Roast That Got the Judges off the Hook

One of them tells of the barbecue contest (first prize $10,000) that nearly failed to produce a winner

By Percy Knauth

Men And Boys

ANYTHING THAT BOYS CAN DO

...men can do better. That is the fierce belief of the Vesper Boat Club. To prove it, Vesper beat two great college crews for an Olympic berth

By Tom C. Brody

Valley Of Sin

VICTORIOUS CRUSADE IN THE VALLEY OF SIN

Champagne Tony Lema overcomes some famous foes, gale winds and all of the evilly named hazards on an irritable old golf course to make a runaway of the British Open and win his first major title

By John Lovesey

Walter Hunts in Earnest

Tall Ships

'And All I Ask Is a Tall Ship'

How I Know

HOW I KNOW WHAT PITCHERS WILL THROW

The secrets of a highly specialized art—how to detect and profit by the telltale habits of rival pitchers—are revealed by baseball's No. 1 spy, who used to have a problem of his own (right). The clue is in what he did with his left knee

By Bob Turley

Bobby McGregor

SCOTCH AND A LITTLE WATER

Very little water, thank you, for Scotland's Olympic swimming hope, Bobby McGregor, who trains lightly and dislikes getting wet

By John Lovesey

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

A Far Eastern bid for supremacy

By Charles Goren

Fishing

The high cost of not catching swordfish

In a fraternity happy to spend $30,000 a year without visible returns, Jack Rounick's 164-pound tournament winner (above) was a bargain The high cost of not catching swordfish

By Duncan Barnes

Golf

The many merits of the longest iron

By Jack Nicklaus

Dame Vs. Dame

In an Epic New Movie, One Dame Beats Another

When Hollywood shoots a whacky football film in the Mojave Desert, not even the Four Horsemen could save Notre Dame from a devastating halfback named Shirley MacLaine. With a script that calls for camels, harem girls, gushers, a lost U-2 pilot and the dousing of some real-life athletes with oily goo, it obviously matters not who wins or loses, but how Shirley plays

By Dan Jenkins

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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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