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Shopwalk

Too racy for a Rolls? Too mod for a Duesenberg? The Ruger may be your car

By Anita Verschoth

Yesterday/Strangler vs. Mauler

The Strangler vs. The Mauler

By Lynn R. Mucken

Don't Drink The Water

DON'T DRINK THE WATER

That is the advice the U.S. track team got in Leningrad. The Yanks hated the rooms, hated the food—and most of all hated losing to the Russians for the second time

By Pat Putnam

A HEAD FIT FOR A TRIPLE CROWN

Minnesota's Harmon Killebrew always hit for power, and won the MVP that way last year. Now 34, bald and leg-heavy, he is suddenly a .300 hitter, too, and the main reason that the Twins are on top

By Peter Carry

ARNIE'S PARTY WAS A DIVINE AFFAIR

Palmer's and Nicklaus' opponents in the National Four-Ball came away convinced the aging kings had help from on high

By Mark Mulvoy

Uhh, Janet, Janet...Is That You?

Man Of Machismo: Part 3

WE WERE JUST A BUNCH OF PARTY POOPERS

So says the Viking quarterback in explanation of the Super Bowl defeat. Instead of whooping it up like so many swashbuckling Odins, the Vikings suddenly got very serious and played like cautious businessmen

By Joe Kapp

SARATOGA GALLERY

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

When a Rose ran over a Mule

By Sandy Treadwell

THE WEEK

Pro Football

The owners and players fumble on in Philly

Kansas City Coach Hank Stram warms up while he waits for his regulars to report for the College All-Star game. The Chiefs were the only team given the O.K. to gather as the owners and players went on bargaining

By Alfred Wright

Frisbee

It's beer, bratwurst and a guts game

First came the flying pie plate and then the world championship

By Joe Jares

Alessio

JOHNNY IS IN AGUA HOT

The 'lovely little guy' of San Diego, John Alessio—patron of the arts, friend of the poor and boss of that gaudery of gambling, Caliente—catches a tax rap that inspires some Californians to crocodile tears

By Alfred Wright

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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