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Shopwalk

This angler will sell you tackle by mail, and teach you to use it on his own stream

By J. A. Maxtone Graham

Yesterday

500 Miles Without a Pit Stop

The first oil burner at Indy wasn't supposed to win, and it didn't. But it set a unique record for endurance

By Sandy Treadwell

Booktalk

A bridge expert who seldom praises the competition makes a notable exception

By Charles H. Goren

Up And Away

U.S.A. UP, UP AND AWAY

Stocks, attendance and spirits were higher as summer started; maybe it won't last—but what a weekend!

By William Johnson

LEFTY MAKES THE ANGELS SING

Never a big-league player, California's paunchy manager, Lefty Phillips, looks like a misfit but his surprising team doesn't

By Roy Blount Jr.

Brother Al's Indy

BROTHER AL'S TURN IN THE 500

In command from the start, Al Unser followed up his sibling Bobby's 1968 Indy victory with another for the Albuquerque family as ill luck befell A.J. Foyt, Lloyd Ruby and Mario Andretti

By Robert F. Jones

Trampoline

FLIFFISES AND GAZIP-GAZAPS

To say nothing of baby triffises and kabooms. These are all stunts performed on the trampoline or, more accurately, off it. Sound like fun? Ask Miss America or Scott Carpenter

By Herman Weiskopf

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

R. Jackson, meet R. Jackson

By Harold Peterson

THE WEEK

Bridge

This king was truly the monarch

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

A contest among survivors

After the Jersey Derby turned out to be practically a rerun of the Preakness, the field for the Belmont started to shrink considerably

By Whitney Tower

Fishing

Spin-cast flies—toothpaste tubes and wire

A French-Canadian guide has made it possible for spin fishermen to cast flies. Weight of wire wrapped on hook shaft (above) permits casts—inartistic, perhaps, but quite effective

By Virginia Kraft

Golf

Lee Trevino, Fleas and all

A succession of high finishes, including two tour victories this year, has thrust the 1968 U.S. Open champion into the game's top rank

By Dan Jenkins

Horse Show

Big victory for an old troublemaker

By Alice Higgins

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 J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert H. Boyle

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