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Saratoga

MARLBORO COUNTRY IS A VALE OF TEARS

Onion left 'em crying by upsetting Secretariat in the Whitney. For Penny Tweedy and some other very interested parties who had banked on the favorite's success, it turned out to be close, but no cigarette

By Whitney Tower

FASTEST LEGS IN TWO LEAGUES

Already a world-beating speed skater, Sheila Young added wheels and whirred away to still another title at the national cycling championships. For her next act she takes on the reign in Spain

By Barry McDermott

Hottest Guns

HOTTEST GUNS IN THE SOUTH

Savannah was the sultry scene of the blastoff for 900 shotgunners in the skeet World Championships

By Robert F. Jones

Durocher

'I TALK REAL POLITE AND NICE'

That is the Leo Durocher who gets cornered by troublemakers, but at 67 he can still flay a hide when he chooses to

By Edwin Shrake

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Managing to set a mark all his own

By Larry F. Keith

THE WEEK (July 29-Aug. 4)

By Joe Jares

Pro Football

Running at a record pace

George Reed (34), who plays for Saskatchewan, is fast catching up to Jim Brown

By Joe Marshall

Golf

Lining up a big future

By Sarah Pileggi

Boyhood

MEMORY OF BOYHOOD

In that failing Missouri farm country, bound by potholed roads and poverty, the fish in the creeks were food and a rich source of wonder for a youth

By Terrence Des Pres

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 30-Aug. 5

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

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