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Kings Of The Hill

KINGS OF THE HILL AGAIN

Beset by injuries in 1974, Met Tom Seaver and Oriole Jim Palmer had their poorest seasons. Now rearmed with good health and improved pitches, they have returned to lead their leagues

By Ron Fimrite

THE BEAST BROUGHT OUT HIS BEST

Tom Watson was known for blowing up under pressure. At Carnoustie he didn't, beating Australia's Newt the Beaut in a playoff

By Dan Jenkins

Ruffian

COULD SHE HAVE BEEN SAVED?

After Ruffian's death came the questions. Could surgery have been delayed? Why can't a horse be tranquilized like a human? Was amputation possible? An account of a great filly's last hours

By William Oscar Johnson

Baseball

A designated disadvantage

Although Cincy allows no DHs on its Triple A Indianapolis team, the Indians lead in their division with stingy pitching and scraggy hitting

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (July 6-12)

By Herman Weiskopf

Golf

Catch-22 on the tour

The Quad Cities and GMO both have this little problem: survival

By Barry McDermott

Tennis

He doubles in brash

Rookie pro Billy Martin will seem very familiar to Connors watchers

By Larry Keith

Soccer

Yes, it'll play in Peoria

Not to mention Los Angeles, Seattle and anywhere the Cosmos take their road show, all because Pelé has put a new kick in the game

By Tex Maule

The Chesapeake

A GIFT OF PLACE

The Chesapeake is a bay of plenty, its sky crisscrossed by strings of geese, its tides churning with fish and crabs, its marshes stalked by silent stately birds. Here two views are woven into one: a rich tapestry of a singular locale

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 7-13

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By John A. Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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