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Shopwalk

Time stands still for a Swiss-made timepiece from Heuer of Manhattan

By Felicia Lee

Yesterday\Frank Lockhart

A Rookie Rocks the Brickyard

Young Frank Lockhart surprised everyone when he took the 1926 Indy 500 in his first attempt

By William F. Nolan

U.S. Open

A Delicate Look at One That Is No Soft Touch

The Man Who Makes The Grass Grow

By Alfred Wright

People

PEOPLE

Design For Sport

What ever happened to the ridgepole tent?

The hexagonal bubble tent at left pulls smoothly out on a telescopic track inside the eight-foot tube atop the station wagon. It unfolds and zips into place in 1½ minutes and needs no stakes. The striped gazebo at right is equally self-sufficient: the curved fabric roof under stress needs no center pole or ropes.

By Pamela Knight

Baseball

The Sultan of Swat from Sparrows Point

At 20 years of age brown-eyed Ron Swoboda has become a hero to rival Marvelous Marv Throneberry in the affections of New York Met fans, and he has also become a genuine major-league home run hitter

By William Leggett

Bridge

The safety play that led to ruin

By Charles Goren

Track

Two stirring triumphs over men and the clock

Challenged as seldom before, New Zealand's Peter Snell persevered to take the mile from a determined field in Los Angeles as Australia's Ron Clarke, running alone most of the way, paced himself to two world records

By Gwilym S. Brown

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

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

THE NEGRO ATHLETE IS INVITED HOME

Portending a shift in the balance of power in college sports, the Southeastern Conference voids its gentleman's agreement on segregation while other southern schools step up their recruiting of Negroes

By Frank Deford

HAIL TO ZELDA! HAIL TO BEN!

After three months of disappointing almosts, the Cohens' Hail to All turns up in blinkers and climaxes a busy $191,055 week by winning one of the most furiously contested Belmont Stakes ever run

By Whitney Tower

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