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Modified Choke

How to Avoid Boredom with a Modified Choke

As Annie Oakley said, a girl can't get a man with a gun. But if she already has the man and he already has a gun, the least a girl can do is get one for herself and learn how to shoot it

By Susan Blackburn

Five For The Flag

FIVE FOR THE FLAG

Winning Winnipeg

THE WINNING WAYS OF WINNIPEG

The U.S. took most of the medals as the Pan-Am Games got under way, and in women's gymnastics never looked better. But the pride of the Canadians was a home-grown girl who twice struck gold

By John Underwood

Say Hey No More

SAY HEY NO MORE

Tired and sick, an aging Willie Mays struggles to finish a season that has already lasted too long

By Mark Mulvoy

HOW TO HIT GOLF'S BEST SHOT

The 1967 Masters champion explains the technical and strategic advantages of the fade, and shows his method for hitting the controlled left-to-right shot that enabled him to become a winner and can help every amateur

By Gay Brewer

People

PEOPLE

Dogs

Revival of a grand old name

The sporting world had nearly forgotten the Belmont family until August IV (below) popped up with a champion retriever named Supy

By Virginia Kraft

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

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

Footloose

The early days of aviation come alive in a museum 10 miles outside Paris

By Felicia Lee

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