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Yesterday

Far-out Trip in a Model Z

By J.A. Maxtone Graham

Hurrah

HIS FIRST HURRAH

Tom Terrific wins the British Open, ties a storied course record and gives hint of a budding era: Weiskopf's

By Dan Jenkins

Volunteer

A CASE OF VOLUNTEER—OR ELSE

Revelations at Florida State touched off an NCAA probe and exposed a little-known facet of a college football player's life—some seasons start in January. A nationwide survey assesses pros and cons

By Pat Putnam

Billy's Music

BEND AN EAR TO BILLY'S MUSIC

Percussionist enough to be baseball's batting champ, Billy Williams is banging away at the Cubs' fondest dream—a World Series

By Barry McDermott

Gentle Don

OH, HOW GENTLY FLOWS THIS DON

With a minimum of fanfare, Don Maynard of the Jets has combined wits, speed and a distaste for unsponsored brawling to become his game's alltime top receiver

By Gwilym S. Brown

Buy Now

BUY NOW AND CRY LATER

Step right up, folks. Hurry, hurry. Get some land and build your dream house for those declining years: golf in your backyard, tennis two blocks away, water all around, and fish—suckers—everywhere

By Robert H. Boyle

Seasons

SEASONS SLIPPING THROUGH AN ANGLER'S NET

Brilliant trout fishing days—the salmonfly spring, the calm beaver ponds of summer, the wood ducks flushing and wheeling overhead in autumn—stream by as surely as the river current

By Thomas McGuane

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Doing the Oriole cha-cha

It has been two steps forward and then two back for erratic Baltimore, but with kids coming on and veterans steadying, the beat may be up

By Robert H. Boyle

THE WEEK (July 8-14)

By Jim Kaplan

Bridge

Age is golden for this Life Master

By Charles Goren

Boxing

Another test for boxing on the tube

Ray Lampkin had the style and the steps, but top-ranked lightweight contender Esteban DeJesus countered with power and persistence to take a tinselly title in the second of a new series of televised matches

By Tex Maule

Harness Racing

Then the Smog rolled in

The driver was abed with an aching neck and the leggy gray colt looked unable to win. So off they went for the Cane Pace and...Then the Smog rolled in

By Lynn Simross

Majesty

To Capture Moments and Majesty

In one fell swoop, the camera can record the splendor and savagery of nature and draw man's attention to the fabric of the world

By Bit Gilbert

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 10-16

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Martin Kane

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD