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Pasture Pool

TONY'S A SHARK AT PASTURE POOL

America's pros, convinced the U.S. Open course was a farm, played as if they had hoes in their hands, but Hazeltine looked like home to a dapper young Englishman who hustled off with golf's supreme prize

By Dan Jenkins

'GO TO AMERICA AND LEARN WHAT THE GAME IS ALL ABOUT'

By Curry Kirkpatrick

DENNY McLAIN: READY FOR HIS COMEBACK TRY

In Lakeland the suspended ace of the Detroit pitching staff describes his efforts to stay sharp—and says he has learned a lot from box scores

By William Leggett

CAL CUTS DOWN THE BARBERIANS

Led by a coach who doesn't give a hang about hair, the University of California, which hadn't won an NCAA track championship since 1922 and didn't score a point last year, got off fast to win at Des Moines

By Pat Putnam

Pelé and pals retire the cup

With a smooth, confident attack that made hash of Italy's normally strong defenses, the Brazilians booted their way to a surprisingly easy triumph for soccer's championship of the world in Mexico City

By Tex Maule

Wild Rapids

A Tippy Canoe In a Wild Rapids Stew

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Doc and George bloom late

By Roy Blount Jr.

THE WEEK

Golf

Fine till the nerves go 'Ding'

Four wins in a row were enough to show that Shirley Englehorn—gimpy ankle, wobbly putter and all—can rival the best on the ladies' tour

By Mark Mulvoy

PERHAPS NOT GREAT, BUT HARDLY GUTLESS

By John McCormick

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 Creamer

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