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July 9, 1973 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

Visit the Northwest Territories: for one thing, there certainly is plenty of room

By Dolly Connelly

Yesterday

Turkish Plunge for a Sponge

By Peter Hird

Bonny Clyde

BONNY DEBUT FOR CLYDE

A gunner fresh out of high school, David Clyde, 18, draws a full house to a Texas ball park for his first major league appearance

By Ron Fimrite

Big Red Apple

CRUNCH WENT THE BIG RED APPLE

Just for laughs—and $75,000—Secretariat ate up another field, this time before an adoring audience in the Midwest

By George Plimpton

Dog days in the country

Yellowstone

NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET

The Yellowstone once was a Huck Finn river, idyllic for rafting; now there is as much flotsam as fun

By William Hjortsberg

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Some head on this Brewer

Milwaukee Pitcher Jim Colborn admits he has a mediocre arm, but by thinking the ball to just the right spots he has become a big winner

By Mark Mulvoy

THE WEEK (June 24-30)

By Pat Putnam

Track & Field

They have wins in their sails

The discus throwers, looking for wind, found a home on the range

By Gwilym S. Brown

Pro Basketball

In the Braves' new world, a cookie doesn't crumble

The NBA's two teams that need excitement most, the Braves and 76ers, show off their prized new guards. The result: Ernie D earns an 'A'

By Jane Gross

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 26-July 2

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Jack Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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