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July 18, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Memorable Golf

Memorable Golf Holes (Cont.)

Some generals actually played the course at Watford, but enlisted personnel found better uses for it

By Jeannette Bruce

Smiling Jack

SMILING JACK WINS A ROUGH ONE

Kilt-high grass lined the fairways and the sun baked the greens, but canny Jack Nicklaus persevered to win the 106th British Open

By Alfred Wright

International

A VERY GOOD HORSE RACE THAT HOOPLA BUILT

By Pat Ryan

Surfing Boom

RIDING THE WAVE OF THE EAST COAST'S SURFING BOOM

Californian Phil Edwards, the world's best on a board, celebrates the sport's startling surge along the Atlantic beaches

By Bob Ottum

Pro Training

SUNDAY'S HEROES IN JULY

Part 2: Babes In The Woods

SCARED OF BEARS AND SCARED OF BEING SCARED

After a week in the Canadian wilderness, 12 teen-age girls begin to shape up as reliable woodswomen ready—almost!—to face another week and the test of three difficult days alone without shelter or food

By Barbara La Fontaine

People

PEOPLE

Pro Football

Randy passes a test in his new home

The Falcons' rookie quarterback from Texas A&I stars in Atlanta in the Coaches All-America Game

By Dan Jenkins

Baseball

How can Black Maxers lose?

The Pittsburgh Pirates have the league's four leading hitters, a rustic rookie pitcher and a bunch of flakes. And they may end up with the pennant

By Mark Mulvoy

Bridge

Strange case of the vanishing loser

By Charles Goren

Muddy Day

A MUDDY DAY IN EAST BERLIN

It was Olympischer Tag, a big event behind The Wall. A cloudburst swamped the stadium, but brooms, gasoline fires and old-fashioned sportsmanship came to the rescue and everything was 'alles in Butter'

By Jack Olsen

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Sandy Ramras

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

FACES IN THE CROWD