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August 28, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday/Drawn and Quartered

A Proud Horseman Is Drawn and Quartered

As owner of the great Seabiscuit and other famed stakes racers, the late C. S. Howard could stand up to any real turfman. It was those cowpokes and their quarter horse who did him in

By Jerry Izenberg

The Gentle Irish

THE GENTLE IRISH

THE SLASHING, COLORFUL SPORT OF HURLING IS MUCH MORE THAN A GAME TO FERVENT PATRIOTS—IN THE U.S. AS WELL AS IN IRELAND

By Joseph Carroll

People

PEOPLE

Modern Pentathlon

Trials of a busy pentathlete

Young John du Pont, host to the national championships, found that organizing the event could be a handicap for a dedicated competitor

By Alice Higgins

Harness Racing

The victorious French trotted out a blockade

The world's best is Roquepine, the mare who won the Roosevelt International but en route became the center of an international incident of sorts when another French hope, Oscar R L, decided to run interference

By Pete Axthelm

Horse Racing

Now the uncontested champ

By Whitney Tower

Where The Fun Was

WHERE THE FUN WAS

New York's millions still jam Coney Island, but now there are only faded reminders of the ancient resort's great days, when its rides and shows made it the most famous playground in the world

By Jeannette Bruce

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Curry Kirkpatrick

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

FLARING TEMPERS ON WILD EXHIBITION

What began as an ordinary interleague game between the Eagles and the Jets ended as a grudge fest and a New York loss—the fifth for the AFL

By Mark Mulvoy

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