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U.S. Open

EYES RIGHT...BUT WRONG

A former champion and a former West Pointer claimed the crowd—then the third man came along to capture the gallery and the U.S. Open, too

By Dan Jenkins

NCAA

TWO HEARTS TO BEAT THE BAD BERRIES

Sore and tired and nursing an ulcer, little Gerry Lindgren, now grown up to 120 pounds, won two more collegiate titles

By John Underwood

Wimbledon

A Ball at Wimbledon

By C. M. Jones

Center Court Is Her Domain

Billie Jean King has been queen of Wimbledon for two years. Although she says she would drop tennis if her husband insisted, she hopes she will someday be recognized as the best woman player of her time

By Kim Chapin

Horse Shows

Got an old coach in your barn?

By Alice Higgins

Golf

No kid-glove treatment when the girls play

The atmosphere was competitive, the crowds partial at the Royal County Down Golf Club in Northern Ireland last week as the heavily favored U.S. Curtis Cup team had to come from behind to defeat the scrappy British

By Pat Ryan

Fishing

A western discovery in Mar Caribe

Times have not been the same for the Turneffe Islands since Bill and Dolly Haerr got down from Canada

By Duncan Barnes

Rose

THE ORIGINAL ABORIGINE

Out of the Australian bush comes Lionel Rose, who trains on tobacco and—as the first 'koori' to win a world title—gives hope to the No Hopers

By William Johnson

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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

SCORECARD

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