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PGA Championship

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY AGAIN

Arnold Palmer made another run at the PGA title last week, but Dave Stockton's cool head and sure putting carried the day in a tournament that regained some of its class at Southern Hills

By Dan Jenkins

YES, RICK, THERE IS A VIRGINIA

The former NBA star Rick Barry, now under contract to the ABA Virginia Squires, is avid to jump back to San Francisco

By Peter Carry

Fleet Pair

A FULL SERIES FOR A FLEET PAIR

Locked in battle for the American League batting title, Carl Yastrzemski and Tony Oliva put on a stunning display in Boston that all but overshadowed the surprising nose dive by the Minnesota Twins

By William Leggett

MARLU HAS A BIT OF TROUBLE

His ears plugged and muffled, the Futurity favorite, Marlu Pride, did not hear the moans of his backers when his bit broke and he went off stride at Yonkers

By William F. Reed

Mrs. Job

THE IMPATIENCE OF MRS. JOB

As a coach who doubled as a mother, Mary Job made her four kids do laps and laps and laps and sleep and sleep and sleep until each one of them became a champion

By Roy Blount Jr.

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Hula, moolah and no blahs

The Hawaiian Islanders are a touch of Old Shoe and Old Mainland. The best buy in Honolulu, these minor leagues draw with the bigs

By Robert F. Jones

THE WEEK

By Harold Peterson

Horse Racing

Playing the horse market

With the slump on Wall Street, some speculators are gambling in thoroughbred bloodstock, figuring that racehorses can be profitable

By Whitney Tower

Porcupine

Turn Left At the Porcupine

That's where the man said the fish were. Well, if not there, try way upstream. Or the Deer Lakes or the hatchery. Or Waterdog Lake. Will our dauntless angler ever unravel the secret of the elusive trout?

By Jack Olsen

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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