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Cincy Cannonball

THE CINCY CANNONBALL

Powered by home runs and juiced up with pitching, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine has been running through the National League West. The question is, can the machine hum in a brand-new stadium?

By William Leggett

Red Baron

RED BARON IN THE WILD BLUE YONDER

High among the hawks over Texas, the world's finest sailplane pilots wafted from thermal to thermal in pursuit of two championships—but a bearded German outflew them all

By Robert F. Jones

Big Land Grab

MOVING IN FOR A LAND GRAB

If some western politicians—and supporting lobbyists—have their way and carry through on their 'dominant use' policy, a vast public domain will be opened up for private use and profit

By Harold Peterson

Calgary

THE CALGARY STAMPEDE

Baseball

McLain: with love and hisses

Adoring Detroit fans turned out in record numbers to welcome their prodigal Tiger back to the den. But not all the tears were tears of joy

By Peter Carry

THE WEEK

People

PEOPLE

Golf

Hanging in for Women's Lib

By Bil Gilbert

Tennis

It almost came up roses for Rosewall

But the aging Aussie's gallant bid at Wimbledon failed before the power of young John Newcombe

By Walter Bingham

Harness Racing

Hot colts and clambakes in the cool Catskills

By William F. Reed

The Hub Men

WHO ARE THE HUB MEN?

Sports, politics and tradition all have equal status in Boston, which has again refused to build a municipal stadium. Is Boston trailing the rest of the country? Maybe it's so far ahead it just seems behind

By Frank Deford

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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