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July 2, 1973 Table Of Contents

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Courting Time

COURTING TIME IN PEKING

It was friendship first, competition second as Americans drank toasts, met Madame Mao and learned that "lan chiu" is a Chinese addiction

By William Johnson

Pinstripes

PINSTRIPES ARE BACK IN STYLE

After years of drab mediocrity, the once lordly Yankees are again the class of their division—and colorful, too. Who else has new owners, new pitchers and benches a .400 hitter half the time

By William Leggett

OLD RUGGED MOTOCROSS

Filled with racing's religious fervor, a crowd of thousands welcomed world-class cycling as a noisy mystical kick

By Robert F. Jones

DARK FORTNIGHT FOR WIMBLEDON...

A ban and a boycott ruin the field for the premier event of tennis as trouble over the man from Split rends the men's game

By Joe Jares

Fly A Kite

GO FLY A KITE

INTO THE TAME BLUE YONDER

By Sarah Pileggi

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

What's this, a hitting pitcher? No

By Herman Weiskopf

THE WEEK (June 17-23)

College Football

The professional approach

Or how to approach the professionals is what the game was all about in Lubbock, where the All-Stars warmed up to meet the Dolphins

By Steve Perkins

Boating

Down to the sea in blips

By Hugh D. Whall

Track & Field

It's no go for the new go-go girl

By Ron Reid

Last Battle

last battle in a most foreboding land

Few places can match the misty fjords of British Columbia for stark beauty—or for savagery. The return of the salmon signals a blue-plate special for fish eaters, man and animal alike

By Robert F. Jones

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 19-25

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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