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July 25, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Long Run

THE CURTAIN FALLS ON A LONG RUN

After nine years as the greatest fullback in pro football, Jimmy Brown retires from the game and plunges into a life of new challenges

By Tex Maule

Golden Cup

BONGO! FOR THE GOLDEN CUP

Brazil's craziest fans and 16 great teams assemble in England to decide the world soccer championship

By Tex Maule

People

PEOPLE

Dogs

The fastest crowd in the canine jet set

For an ambitious Afghan hound owner it is not enough to have a dog who stands in the forefront of fashion. Now many Afghan fanciers are making their chic, tailored pets get out on the track and run in front as well

By Lynn Simross

Bridge

One time when a loser on a loser is a loser

By Charles Goren

Williams-Graham

A Legal Eagle and His Boy Scout

In an attempt to get the ever-losing Washington Redskins on the warpath Edward Bennett Williams (left), club president and defender of Jimmy Hoffa, Bobby Baker, et al., has hired Otto Graham as coach, a man who thinks night life is a cafeteria dinner

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Sandy Ramras

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

WHEN EMILE GOT HIS IRISH UP

Joey Archer, evoking old memories of Irish boxing's best, had tradition and the crowd with him, but an aroused Emile Griffith bulled his way to victory and kept his middleweight championship

By Mark Kram

DONZI DID AND DONZI DIDN'T

But nobody else had even a look-in as two powerboats from the same factory fought a 250-mile duel that started near the skyscrapers of Manhattan, passed Long Island's beaches and finished back in the city

By Hugh Whall

CREDITS

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