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August 30, 1965 Table Of Contents

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The Battle

THE BATTLE OF SAN FRANCISCO

An exciting showdown series between the pennant-chasing Dodgers and Giants explodes into one of the bloodiest brawls in baseball history

By Jack Mann

AN OLD-FASHIONED NATIONAL LEAGUE TANGLE

By William Leggett

Rock And Roll

ROCK AND ROLL IN THE ROCKIES

The Florida blonde above may have stolen the show, but a New York brunette got the trophy when golf's teen-age girls, who look like dolls and compete like tigers, played a national championship on a Colorado mountain

By Pat Ryan

Davis Cup

THE RAIN IN SPAIN WAS CUSHIONS

The Spaniards were magnificent, the crowds understandably noisy and Dennis Ralston a nervous wreck. When he lost the U.S. team crashed with him at the colorful Davis Cup matches in Barcelona

By Frank Deford

Du Quoin Fair

AH ODD TIME IN DU QUOIN, ILLINOIS

Once a year a small Midwest town becomes the capital of the trotting world and the scene of a spectacular state fair, and for a wonderful week everything is changed

By Mark Kram

Michel Jazy

VAS-Y, JA-ZY! AND HE WENT

'Go,' they yell to their hero, and this summer in Europe France's brilliant Michel Jazy has responded with record-breaking bursts of speed that are among the most dramatic sights in sport

By Edwin Shrake

Bridge

Pros and cons of a capital hand

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

And then there were only two

Candidates for 3-year-old honors narrowed to a hard-running pair as Hail To All won the Travers and Tom Rolfe trained for the Paris turf

By Whitney Tower

Harness Racing

Set for a Noble Victory

Undefeated and never extended, the latest star in a wave of trotting superhorses should capture The Hambletonian and the Triple Crown

By Robert A. Hackett

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 Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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