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July 31, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Spitball

THE INFAMOUS SPITTER

Banned from baseball in 1920, the spitball has made such a rousing comeback that a quarter of all big-league pitchers now throw it. A dab of something wet and slippery—and a loser can become a hero

By Herman Weiskopf

Two Dons

TWO DONS IN QUEST OF A TITLE

In the thin air of Denver, Don January won the PGA championship by beating Don Massengale in a playoff, an unlikely end to a tournament held on a course that had survived flood, hail and searing heat

By Alfred Wright

Mallets

MALLETS ACROSS THE BLINKIN' SEA

As one tight little island met another at croquet, Britain's best played American rules and wound up with a tie on a weekend memorable for sartorial zip and top strokes

By Sarah Pileggi

Georgie Boy

HAVE A PIECE OF GEORGIE BOY

That's what Chuvalo's manager is offering and that's what Joe Frazier took—a big piece. Hopefully, the tough Canadian will now forget his pride in never having been knocked down and stop being a punching bag

By Mark Kram

Sesame Trout

Sesame Trout and Sourdough

Living It Up in the Bridger Wilderness

By Pamela Knight

Sporting Look

Well geared for the America's Cup

By Ruth Lieder

Handball

Showdown on 92nd Street

Paul Haber won the national title, but discovered It meant nothing unless he beat Jimmy Jacobs

By Bob Ottum

Harness Racing

A classic sort of catastrophe

The first of trotting's Triple Crown events proved nothing when 13 sulkies were trapped in a traffic jam and a 15-to-1 colt romped home

By Pete Axthelm

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

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