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Swimming Championships

POLISHING OFF THEIR RIVALS

Tim Shaw shone brightest of the victorious U.S. men at the world meet, but the East German women gave us a shellacking

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

SILKY SETS THE GOLD STANDARD

The stake in the richest harness race was a press agent's dream—$300,000 worth of bullion—and the winner was a glittering filly, Silk Stockings, who overwhelmed the field and set a couple of records

By Barry McDermott

Elephants

THE GREAT AMERICAN ELEPHANT HUNT

Lilly and Isa, won't you please come home? The circus, the sheriff and most of Hugo, Okla. are scouring the woods for you

By Jeannette Bruce

Over The Line

THEY'VE STEPPED WAY OVER THE LINE

Lovely Miss Emerson, a raunchy mix of assorted beach nuts and even some real athletes were big hits at San Diego's summer softball rite

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Baseball

Cincy doesn't kid around

In its May-July streak, Cincinnati was at its Red hottest, going 41-9 to equal the best 50-game record ever and to open up a 12½-game lead

By Kent Hannon

THE WEEK (July 20-26)

By Herman Weiskopf

Golf

An awesome light touch

Ever since Lee Trevino got zapped, the highly charged atmosphere on the links has turned Into a physical, as well as a figurative, concern

By Robert F. Jones

Peppler

Designing Woman

A lot of people in volleyball consider Mary Jo Peppler a talented but temperamental prima donna. Yet few deny that the Superstars winner is in tune with these times

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A roundup of the week July 21-27

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by William Oscar Johnson

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