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Booktalk

The man who saved the famed Lipizzan stallions tells how they are trained

By Alice Higgins

Yesterday/Seesaw Giants

Muggsy McGraw and His Giants on a Seesaw

During the 20th century's second decade, John J. McGraw's New York Giants won the pennant four times, finished last once and set a record that still stands for topsy-turvy ball

By Harold Peterson

The Best

THE BEST RECORD YET

It was even better than the mile, Jim Ryun said, after he broke the 1,500-meter mark by more than two seconds in the U.S.-Commonwealth meet. Most of the men ran true to form as the girls provided the upsets

By Pete Axthelm

Wimbledon

SOME BEER FOR NEWK, A WALTZ FOR BILLIE

In what has become a Wimbledon tradition, an Australian—John Newcombe this year—won the men's title, then celebrated with a bit of the hops. Among the women, Billie Jean King proved she is queen

By Frank Deford

The Birds

THE BIRDS FALL DOWN ON BROKEN WINGS

Plagued by sore-armed pitchers, an absence of hitting and an injury to Frank Robinson, the champions are in seventh place

By Joe Jares

With A Flair

FLEMING WITH A FLAIR

Belgian Steeplechaser Gaston Roelants makes his living by going to parties. He drives madly, hates to go to bed and still is the world's best in an exacting sport

By Tex Maule

Sporting Look

PAPER CAPERS

People

PEOPLE

Harness Racing

Dancer has a Hambo parlay

Winning the two most important trots at Goshen, Stanley Dancer may have offered a preview of Du Quoin for this and the coming year

By Pete Axthelm

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

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