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Booktalk

A history of archery from A to Y, and 'Foxfire,' a how-to from the mountain folk

By Leonard Wibberley

Yesterday

Death and Suffrage at Epsom

Emily Davison hoped to advance her cause by bringing down the royal colors. But even while dying she was upstaged

By John Cottrell

Hash Marks

HIGH ON THE HASH

The pros have moved the football to center field. If all goes as expected, watch the scores climb

By Joe Jares

Happy Days

HAPPY DAYS ARE THERE AGAIN

The White Sox blaze as Dick Allen saves his homers for the days and Wilbur Wood's knuckler continues to amaze. Even the scoreboard seems to faze foes in Chicago where the Sox are a new craze

By William Leggett

Pool

THE KID HUSTLES TO A TITLE

Pool prodigy Jean Balukas, 13, breezed through the best women players to take the crown from 57-year-old Dorothy Wise

By Barry McDermott

The Deuce

THE DEUCE WITH LOVE AND ADVANTAGE

That Rolls-Royce rebel, James Van Alen, wants to save yacht racing, baseball, bustards, Donder and Blitzen and the U.S. Navy, but most of all he wants to save his beloved tennis

By Robert H. Boyle

Olympics 1972

BUZZ BEFORE THE CURTAIN

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

EXPERIENCE MAY NOT BE NECESSARY

By Pat Putnam

THEY'RE SURE A WINNING TOOTHSOME

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

ONLY 364 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES

MEDAL FAVORITES FOR MUNICH

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Brobdingnagian in Lilliput

By Jack Tobin

THE WEEK

By Roy Blount Jr.

Bridge

Not only the sun sank in the West

By Charles Goren

Golf

Some did well. Mary, very

In the blistering heat of St. Louis, 18-year-old Mary Budke, helped by "little gifts from on high," won the U.S. Women's Amateur title

By Coles Phinizy

Bad To Wurst

GOING FROM BAD TO WURST

By Jonathan Rhoades

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 15-21

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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