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Yesterday

Death En Route to Wimbledon

Jiro Satoh, the best tennis player Japan ever produced, found winning to preserve national honor too great a burden

By John Cottrell

Time Again

IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN

Right on schedule, pennant madness has struck the National League where Pittsburgh and San Francisco fans are in agony watching the Cubs, Cards and Dodgers threaten once-comfortable leads

By William Leggett

EERIE SEPTEMBER, CAMARADERIE AND THE FOX WHO SAYS NO

By Ron Fimrite

A Ball In Havana

HAVING AT A BALL IN NEW HAVANA

The old capital ain't what it used to be and neither was volleyball's image after the U.S. and Cuba battled it out

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

SWING WIDE, SWEET CHARIOT

France's superb Une de Mai almost missed the Roosevelt International because of quarantine restrictions, but once in the U.S. she made all the other horses look sick

By William F. Reed

John Mackey

'I'M GOING TO PUNISH THEM FOR LAST YEAR'

Coming off a knee operation, hassled by negotiations, the mighty John Mackey was a flop on the field. Now he is out for revenge

By Gwilym S. Brown

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

New bats and arms in the box score

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

Nature

He's big! He's bashful! He smells bad!

By Pat Putnam

Tennis

Marty just might be the man

Steadying down—and coming up stronger at 29—relatively unknown Marty Riessen may be the best bet for a U.S. victory at Forest Hills

By Frank Deford

Horse Racing

A thoroughbred can of worms

By Whitney Tower

Odd Birds

A Clutch of Odd Birds

In the pool hall's pecking order, there was a spot for each of the town's wastrels, a niche where even a cue-room turkey felt at home. It was not a bad place to come of age

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 17-23

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

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