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July 14, 1969 Table Of Contents

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O.J.

Ready If You Are, O.J.

Prepared to sit out the season, O. J. Simpson isn't about to lower his asking price for shuffling off to the Buffalo Bills. He has all sorts of deals in the works, including a Hollywood career

By Frank Deford

Billy Casper

HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN BILLY?

Midway through the 1969 season professional golf's most enigmatic figure is—as usual—a leading money-winner and is—as usual—searching for the real Casper

By Robert F. Jones

Holman & Moody

WIZARDS OF THE WILD WHEELS

The Carolina partnership of John Holman, junkman extraordinary, and Ralph Moody, Model T U. cum laude, has helped put Ford on top in big-time stock-car racing—and In many markets

By Coles Phinizy

Deckhands

AVAST, BELAY AND PRETTY PLEASE

There was a time when skippers could be choosy about crews, but with so many owning boats and needing help today a racing sailor will do anything to get a good deckhand

By Hugh D. Whall

Big Cats

NATURAL ENEMY OF WILD CATS

Fashionable ladies who wouldn't hurt a tabby are killing off the jungle cats for love of their skins. Concerned sportsmen and Furrier Jacques Kaplan are trying to change all this

By Virginia Kraft

Harness Racing

A dark horse was trottin' for Haughton

Goshen's venerable week started badly for Billy Haughton, but his luck changed with a gay blade

By William F. Reed Jr.

Baseball

Who's on first? Second? Third?

With people in the lineup that only their mothers would recognize, the Richie Allen-less Phillies tore the league apart—for eight days

By Mark Mulvoy

Tennis

Another redheaded league

Only Rod Laver and Don Budge have pulled off Grand Slams. Now, after his fourth Wimbledon title, Laver hopes to Slam again

By Kim Chapin

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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