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On Relief

THE A'S GO ON RELIEF

They may go fitfully at times, true, but with a staunch trio of bullpen pitchers the world champions are grousing toward another title. And lo, last week their ministerial manager violated a thou-shalt-not

By Ron Fimrite

YOU CAN'T OVERHEAT A GOOD BONEFISH

Stanley Dancer's colt was put on the Hambletonian griddle four times before he proved himself to be a rare sort of trotter

By Barry McDermott

...BUT NOT IN NOTTINGHAM

In Switzerland last year the U.S. heavyweight eight surprised the rowing world by taking a gold medal. This year, in England, the entire U.S. men's team surprised everyone by not taking any medals at all

By Clive Gammon

California Sun

A PLACE ON THE SUN FOR TWO STARS

The new new WFL may be facing some heavy weather, but the forecast for Southern California is promising

By Edwin Shrake

College Football '75

LOOK WHO'S UP AND ABOUT

By John Underwood

YESTERDAY IS NOT FAR AWAY

By George Plimpton

TOP 20

CONFERENCES

INDEPENDENTS

SMALL COLLEGES

Baseball

Ryan's back on the track

Derailed by injuries since pitching his fourth no-hitter, the Angel with the fireball is healing nicely—and has even won in daunting New York

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (Aug. 24-30)

By Herman Weiskopf

TV/Radio

JUST RIGHT FOR FRIDAY NIGHT

By William Leggett

Golf

A not-so-perfect match

Amid mounting criticism of the match-play format by most players, 23-year-old Fred Ridley beat Keith Fergus to win the U.S. Amateur

By Sarah Pileggi

Archie

GOOD MAN IN THE LONG RUN

Archie Griffin has already zigzagged 3,820 yards to a Heisman Trophy and twice has been All-America, so that now, as he begins his final season at Ohio State, all he has left to prove is that he is the best player in his family

By Ray Kennedy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 25-30.

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

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