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No Dome

A HOME WITH NO DOME

And maybe no team. Montreal's Autostade (left) is to be the temporary quarters for the new baseball team—if the owners come up with $1 million plus and the city fathers promise a domed stadium

By Frank Deford

Girl Swimmers

THE ONLY YEAR OF THEIR LIVES

An Olympic year is more like a whole lifetime in the brief competitive career of a U.S. girl swimmer, when every battle becomes a war. That is what happened last week at the AAU Championships in Lincoln

By Richard Rollins

THE LONER LEADS THE CHARGE

Lee Roy Yarbrough is 'real mean out on the track,' hard-nosed and a self-styled ex-delinquent, but he proved in the Dixie 500 that a bog-hole driver from Florida can beat the red-clay boys at their own game

By Kim Chapin

Paul Brown

RUDE WELCOME BACK FOR PAUL

After an absence of five years, Paul Brown returned to pro football last week as coach of the new Cincinnati Bengals and in his first exhibition game discovered that it may be a very long season

By Tex Maule

Bluefins

BLUEFINS IN A CANYON

In Newfoundland's Conception Bay tuna are caught close by rugged headlands that rise to a height of 800 feet

By Duncan Barnes

Soft Skins for Cyclists

By Ruth Lieder

People

PEOPLE

Football

What it's like—gulp—to meet the Packers

It took a long time for the College All-Stars to realize they could even survive on a field with fabled Green Bay, and by the time they discovered that the pro champs were nearly mortal, the ball game was long over

By Dan Jenkins

Bridge

Deauville fell to the aggressive Swedes

By Charles Goren

Horse Shows

Horsemen in a happy state

By Alice Higgins

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Dick Russell

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

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD