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Footloose

If you are a touring softball enthusiast, then Clearwater, Fla. is the place to go

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday

Mystery on a Mountain Top

By Janet Graham

Rush And A Penny

A RUSH AND A PENNY

The Rams' big pass rush wasn't the only thing that enabled them to beat the Colts and add to the upsets in pro ball last weekend. There was also the little matter of Coach George Allen's lucky penny

By Tex Maule

SECOND BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH

Defending the Davis Cup, the U.S. schneidered the Rumanians, but the triumph probably rates an asterisk, since the best team in the world—the Australian pros—was ineligible under capricious rules

By Frank Deford

Wild West

KNOCKDOWN TIME IN THE WILD, WILD WEST

When the week started, five teams were in contention for the league title, but by Sunday evening the dust and gun smoke were clearing and two teams, the Giants and the Braves, stood tall over the rest

By Mark Mulvoy

No O.J.

GETTING BY NICELY WITHOUT O.J.

When Mr. Simpson shuffled off to Buffalo, USC fans braced for some barren years, but last week sophomore Quarterback Jimmy Jones gave the Trojans a heartening start toward another Rose Bowl

By Pat Putnam

Alligators

SEE YOU LATER, ALLIGATOR

Naturalists are hoping that the meeting won't take place in a fancy-priced luggage shop. But it may—illegal killing of these animals in Florida swamps is fast decimating their numbers

By Martin Kane

The Grandes Dames of Racing

College Football

A cloudburst for Kentucky's Ray of sunshine

Coach John Ray, who took over the Wildcats 10 months ago, has spent much of his time since convincing everyone the team would be a winner. Last week Indiana noted an exception

By John Underwood

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By William F. Reed Jr.

People

PEOPLE

Golf

A tie may be like kissing your sister...

But It was one sweet smack for U.S. pros, as the British all but stole away with the Ryder Cup

By Gwilym S. Brown

Harness Racing

Trials of a boy named Laverne

Coming up to the Little Brown Jug, a very masculine colt with a very feminine name was pacing around as if he were mad at everyone

By William F. Reed Jr.

One City

A TALE OF TWO MEN AND ONE CITY

By Mark Kram

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD