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Baker's Dream

A BAKER'S DREAM NEEDS DOUGH

Sparked by a sports fanatic and sponsored by a Los Angeles baker, the Helms Hall achieved world renown, but it soon may be only history too, for it can find no new backers and eviction day is coming

By Joe Jares

Mighty Met

...AND A MIGHTY MET IS HE!

Bud Harrelson does not exactly have blacksmith's arms, and he wears down to a twig in the dog days of summer. But he is holding New York together—almost—as it battles for its very life

By Alfred Wright

Belly Up

Belly Up to The Bar, Boys

By Pat Ryan

Allen's Predicament

YOU WIN! YOU'RE FIRED!

This is the predicament of homiletic George Allen of the L.A. Rams. He's got the second-best record of any NFL coach, but even a Super Bowl victory might not save his job

By Alfred Wright

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Leading man without a voice

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Peter Carry

Tennis

The dregs in the dullest cup

Once a premier event, the Davis Cup is now in a lower class by itself. The Challenge Round was last week, only, as usual, it was no challenge

By Gwilym S. Brown

Golf

Dow Jones came up with Nichols and dimes

Money talks, or so the Dow Jones corporation hoped. Looking for a way to make itself better known, the company sponsored the world's richest golf tournament—and dropped half a million dollars in the process

By Mark Mulvoy

Swimming

How to make a slow buck

As Horacio Iglesias (above) will testify, marathon swimming just doesn't pay, but it's steady work

By Dan Levin

Big Daddy

THE BIG DADDY OF SPORT

H. L. Hunt, a likely winner in the race for world's richest man, was never much for fun and games, but two of his boys, Lamar (below) and Bunker, back their leisure-time interests with gushers of money

By Edwin Shrake

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

MIAMI GETS A MIRACLE WORKER

The Dolphins, who were flatter than flounders for four years, have in Don Shula a coach who knows how to talk to them. The result: four straight exhibition victories, including last week's win over Baltimore

By Tex Maule

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