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Tenswim

Anybody for Tenswim?

If ice hockey can be played on a basketball court at Madison Square Garden, why not tennis on a swimming pool in your own backyard?

By Parke Cummings

World Series

THOSE HAPPY BIRDS!

Underdogs, a team supposedly without solid pitching, the astounding Orioles used their big bats effectively if sparingly, ran out a retread reliever and three youthful starters and smothered the Dodgers four straight

By Jack Mann

INJI GOES TO FUJI FOR SPEED AND ART

Beneath Japan's sacred mountain a classic U.S. race made new friends

By Jerrold Schecter

HEAVE HO, LOCK IN AND ROCK

These were the battle cries heard at Michigan's Hope College last week as its brawny sophomores once again doused the freshmen in the Black River by pulling to victory in the annual tug-of-war

By Lynn Simross

Sweet Life

The Sweet Life of Swinging Joe

Jet Quarterback Joe Namath has closed the sports celebrity gap in New York with amiable enthusiasm, flushing foxes in the hip saloons and treading llama in his plush penthouse pad

By Dan Jenkins

Design For Sport

BUILDING A DIFFERENT KIND OF TREE HOUSE

Northern Ice

A High Price for Fresh Northern Ice

Up to now the salaries of NHL rookies have been frozen assets, but the signing of Bobby Orr may start a thaw if not an avalanche

By Frank Deford

College Football

In the Big Ten, State wins the numbers game

Not in a quarter of a century have the Midwest's big colleges looked so small. There are all sorts of excuses for the poor show—some of them legitimate—but Michigan State has the only answer: more good players

By John Underwood

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Bridge

Caught twice by the same squeeze

By Charles Goren

Golf

Some thin tempers among friendly enemies

In a tournament that included one heated argument with the referee and several cool exchanges between players, Gary Player wins the Piccadilly World Match Play title from his pals Nicklaus, Palmer and Casper

By Alfred Wright

Horse Racing

The good word in the Arc at Paris was Bon Mot

French horses turned back all challengers at Longchamp while the U.S. entry remained in his stall in England under curious circumstances

By Whitney Tower

Conservation

Keeping Islandia isolated

A man with the familiar name of Herbert Hoover has been one of the prime movers in the fight to stop developers in Florida's upper keys

By Robert H. Boyle

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

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