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Yoweee Chicago!

YOWEEE CHICAGO!

The Cubs won, slipped past the Cardinals and at that moment—3:22 p.m. C.D.T., July 2, 1967—the Second City had a monopoly on first place. O.K., maybe it couldn't last, but in Chicago a murmur was heard: the first Cubs-White Sox World Series since 1906

By Joe Jares

Once And Future King?

The Once And Future King?

Though lacking the glowering presence of Sonny Liston—who waits to challenge the winner—a tournament of interesting home television matches will determine the No. 1 claimant to All's vacated title

By Tex Maule

A REWARDING RACE IN DETROIT

For unlimited hydro racing it was a remarkably uneventful event. Nobody got killed and the boats, most of them powered by aircraft engines, flew so low that Bill Sterett (above) won with his Chryslers

By Kim Chapin

'BUT PAPA, I PLAYED LIKE A CLOD'

But what a clod was France's bouncy Catherine Lacoste, who stunned the LPGA stars by flying in from Paris and waltzing off with their biggest prize, the U.S. Women's Open, which no amateur had ever won

By Mark Mulvoy

Old Girl

THERE'S LIFE IN THE OLD GIRL YET

"Columbia," America's Cup heroine of 1958, is a vivacious contender once again, thanks to Patrick Dougan (right)

By Coles Phinizy

STADIUMS OF THE '60s

Scourge Of The Seas

SCOURGE OF THE SEVEN SEAS

The day that women discovered the rewards of big-game fishing, the rout of man was on. With frightening dedication they have taken over the record book—hook, line and charter captain

By Virginia Kraft

Rowing

To Becky with love from all the Harvards

The Vesper Boat Club crew got off to a torrid start in the Pan American Games rowing trials at New York's Orchard Beach. But Harvard, undefeated this year, caught up at the halfway point and went on to win

By Mike Riley

Golf

Beating 17 greens and a brown

Bill Casper wins the $200,000 Canadian Open with superb putting on an eccentric course

By Alfred Wright

Boxing

No weighty problems for Carlos

When he defeated Sugar Ramos, Carlos Ortiz looked young and fit

By Mark Kram

Jax Pack

LIFE WITH THE JAX PACK

Jack and Sally Hanson make beautifully cut pants for Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn and so many more beautiful size 10s that they live a beautiful life. By day their backyard is headquarters for a Hollywood sport-in. By night their own discotheque, The Daisy (right), is a Beverly Hills drop-in for the likes of Dickie Smothers (greeting Jack), Bobby Darin, Peter Sellers—and an assortment of beautiful size 10s

By Dan Jenkins

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

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