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Booktalk

How many free throws do you get for a foul that took eight years to settle?

By Kent Hannon

Shopwalk

To Vince Cummings, a fishing rod is more than a pole, a cork and a hank of thread

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday

Basketball, Betting and Borscht

Summer jobs in the Catskills developed some exotic talents in college players of the 1940s

By Jack Cavanaugh

High And Mighty

THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY

From the lofty feats of the vaulters to the great thrusts of the shotputters, the U.S. Olympic track and field team appears just as impressive as ever

By Pat Putnam

THE GIRLS ARE OFF AND WINGING, TOO

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

A BEDSTEAD BEATS THE OCEAN

It is hard to hide a 67-foot trimaran, but just when the sailing world was set to laud one Frenchman in a giant schooner, in snuck another to provide an astonishing finish to the Trans-Atlantic race

By Hugh D. Whall

...AND BOMBERS HIT THE RIVER

In one of the most unexpected upsets—and thrilling races—unlimited hydroplanes have known, a man who had never won before seized the President's Cup on the Potomac from the sport's last hero

By Mark Kram

Wimbledon

SALUTES FOR A CORPORAL AND A KING

The U.S. pulls off a double in the singles as Stan Smith and Billie Jean King take the men's and women's championships in a dazzling show at Wimbledon

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Part 2: The Olympic Games

AFTER THE GOLDEN MOMENT

For some champions the Olympics have meant enduring fame, for others they are only the memory of a transcendent instant of glory

By William Johnson

Trotting

TROTTING IT OUT IN STYLE

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Watching the Redbird fly

By Ron Reid

THE WEEK

By Barry McDermott

Golf

Land of the rising daughters

Golf is Japan's latest boom, and the imports, led by Chako Higuchi, have already hit the LPGA tour

By Barry McDermott

Motor Sports

So they said, 'Let George do it.' He did

The Porsche was only beginning to prove its potential as a Can-Am threat when a smashup wrecked both the machine and its driver, Mark Donohue. But no matter, for just when all seemed lost, it turned out to be won

By Robert F. Jones

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 4-10

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 W. Creamer

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