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September 3, 1973 Table Of Contents

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Reduced To Atoms

BIG D REDUCED TO ATOMS

Armed with Americans, Philadelphia's soccer team beat Dallas and became the most successful expansion club in pro sport

By Edwin Shrake

BIRDS BUG OFF TOWARD A TITLE

The Baltimore Orioles have run up a 13-game win streak—and all but run away from the rest of the American League East—using a speedy new offense and a pitcher who beetles opposing batters

By William Leggett

SETTING 'EM UP FOR THE KILL

Bubba Smith is alive and recuperating in Oakland, where he hopes his forays will arouse the fans to a murderous frenzy

By Ron Reid

Jawful Test

JAWFUL TEST ON THE MOUNTAIN

Muhammad Ali took it on the chin for real and felt no ill effects from his recent fracture. Training hard and seriously at his hillside retreat, he is still king of his clique and future champion of all he surveys

By Mark Kram

Dennis

DENNIS, NO LONGER A MENACE

Dennis Ralston never lived up to his early promise of becoming the next Budge, Kramer or Gonzales but, though less a player, he was more a man than anyone perceived

By Frank Deford

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Nolan Ryan should be so fast

By Pat Jordan

THE WEEK (Aug. 20-26)

By Ron Fimrite

Harness Racing

Script by Shakespeare

Delmonica Hanover won the $150,000 International, with the French entry, Une de Mai, third, and the Russian horse, Othello, a tragic last

By Pat Putnam

Fishing

He leaves 'em reeling

By Dan Levin

Boating

Making a big splash by himself

Single-handed, Jim Hahn let it all hang out to win the O'Day Trophy

By Hugh D. Whall

Horse Racing

The Hopeful goes to an unlikely winner

In a year of the vanishing 2-year-olds, undistinguished Gusty O'Shay, who just three months earlier could have been claimed for $5,000, went off at 9 to 1 and led all the way to top a field of seven at Saratoga Spa

By Whitney Tower

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 20-26

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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