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July 7, 1969 Table Of Contents

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Pressure Cooker

THE PRESSURE COOKER

It got to Jim Ryun, who, realizing that he had never learned how to finish second, dropped out of the AAU mile, as 19-year-old Marty Liquori, whose only worry is what to do for an encore, won again

By Skip Myslenski

Reggie's Pursuit

MARIS AND THE BABE, MOVE OVER!

In the presence of practically nobody in Oakland, mighty-muscled Reggie Jackson is hotly pursuing a legendary record

By Mark Mulvoy

Quarry Flaunts It

FLAUNT IT AND YOU MAY LOSE IT

Obsessed with proving his courage, Jerry Quarry pushed head on into a machine that destroys men—and discovered the machine, named Joe Frazier, was only too happy to fight on those terms

By Mark Kram

IT'S STILL A HOPPING HOLIDAY

A Little Lace

A LITTLE LACE GOES A LONG, LONG WAY

To get to the top of the fashion set, says Tennis Designer Teddy Tinling, always start at the bottom

By Gwilym S. Brown

People

PEOPLE

Football

Replay of the 12th-man theme

Coach Pepper Rodgers had an extra man on the field again, but this time it was an official, as his West team beat the East in Atlanta

By Pat Putnam

Golf

A cool one turned the heat on

While most of the field felt faint, a crisp cutie in gingham used one hot round to win the Women's Open

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Tennis

El Pancho Grande

Gaunt and graying and 41, Gonzales last week was the hero of center court, inspiring a tribute unseen at Wimbledon for a quarter of a century

By Kim Chapin

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

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CREDITS

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