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Beat 'Em

TREAT 'EM, BEAT 'EM

It is an oath Hippocrates did not codify, but it is Bob Magoon's. In the Hennessy Grand Prix both practices were good for the Miami eye surgeon as he outraced the finest field in offshore powerboat history

By Dan Levin

BIRTHDAY PRESENT FOR HERSELF

Until Susie Berning and her new/old putter took charge of the affair, the Women's Open looked like one of those awful parties at which all the guests were going to have a perfectly terrible time

By Barry McDermott

ROCKETING OFF TO A RECORD

Little more than guided missiles, they shot down a glacier at 100 mph

By Del Mulkey

Striking A Blow

STRIKING A BLOW FOR CHRIST

Karate and religion combine in a Baptist preacher's ministry, with the faithful finding strength and seeds of contemplation in slashed watermelons and split concrete

By Lee Gutkind

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Philly gets a trio to cheer

By Bob Hertzel

THE WEEK (July 15-21)

By Mark Mulvoy

Bridge

Here is one tall story that is true

By Charles Goren

Track & Field

Jipcho is hitting his stride

By Lee Griggs

Pro Football

The Eagles warm up for a fast takeoff

Training camps open up, and the NFL's normal July antics abound. Is there a Duane Thomas? Will Craig Morton? Won't Larry Brown? But forget the fuss at the top and look down where two new birds have landed

By Joe Marshall

Aviation

With a huff and a puff

By Gwilym S. Brown

Bobby Riggs

All the World's a Stage

And all the and women merely players—especially women—says Bobby Riggs, that near golden-ager who with his racket has found a pot of gold and something far more dear to him, the stimulating heat of the limelight and the sweet music of applause

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 16-22

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Martin Kane

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