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July 19, 1965 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Auto enthusiasts will find rich browsing in a handsome catalogue of world cars

By Robert Cantwell

Praise For Kayaks

Praise for Kayaks from a Contented Paddler

The decked canoe, once a curiosity to all but Eskimos, has become a pleasure craft of many uses in river and sea

By John Pazereskis

Five-Way Fight

FIVE-WAY FIGHT FOR A PENNANT

The streaking Twins have opened a gap in the first really complex American League pennant race in 17 seasons, but not even Sam Mele of Minnesota—much less his four rival managers—believes things will be settled until September

By Jack Mann

THE RUBBER RACE AT RATZEBURG

Which crew is really No. 1? The Vespers thought they had answered the question in Tokyo, but Ratzeburg beat them two weeks ago at Henley and last week settled the matter in a furious row-off in Germany

By Hugh Whall

Vasss

ANYONE CARE TO PLAY SOME VASSS?

At Newport the old pros tried a new kind of tennis—the Van Alen Simplified Scoring System—in a tournament that was a rousing success, sort of

By Frank Deford

Swords

A SEARCH FOR THE BIG SWORDS

By Duncan Barnes

Finley

A MAN AND A MULE IN MISSOURI

As rival club owners cringe, the Athletics' Charlie Finley practices the gospel of Bill Veeck (SI, June 14), who says that all baseball really needs is a little more showmanship

By Edwin Shrake

Sporting Look

NEW SUNDOWNER SWEATERS

On the water after 5, at the game after dark and in zealously air-conditioned clubhouses there is nothing like a lightweight sweater

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

Beware of anonymous opponents

By Charles Goren

Harness Racing

Treating a filly with finesse

By Hambletonian day Joe O'Brien hopes to persuade Armbro Flight that she can beat all of the boys

By Patricia Ryan

Quest For Stars

SHOW-BIZ SONNY AND HIS QUEST FOR STARS

Sonny Werblin of the Jets and his two rookie quarterbacks, Joe Namath and John Huarte, form pro football's most interesting triangle

By Robert H. Boyle

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD