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U.S. Trials

Trying Hard to Go Nowhere

The Olympic Track and Field Trials led to a dead end, not to the Games in Moscow. Nevertheless, competitors like winning vaulter Tom Hintnaus gave golden performances

By Kenny Moore

A PUNCH-UP THAT LED TO A KNEES-UP

Alan Minter so firmly established himself as middleweight champ with his win over Vito Antuofermo that it was time for a Cockney fest

By Clive Gammon

Wimbledon Diary

OF VOLLEYS AND BROLLIES

The tennis was mixed with raindrops as fans at the famed tournament spent long hours huddled under umbrellas

By Frank Deford

Ancient Mariner

PRIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER

Though Phil Weld is 65, age didn't slow him a bit as he showed 88 whippersnappers how to sail the Atlantic alone, deftly dodging threats from whales, storms, icebergs and rabbits

By E.M. Swift

Baseball

By Jorge, he's got it now

Jorge Orta of Cleveland has found new success in a new town as a heady hitter

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (June 22-28)

By Herm Weiskopf

Movies

A KARATE FLICK DELIVERS FEW KICKS

By Frank Deford

Golf

Penchant for pensioners

The trend to seniors brings a new Open and a bonanza for Roberto de Vicenzo

By Barry McDermott

Old Ball Parks

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE AN OLD PLACE

One Place That Hasn't Seen The Light

Chicago's Wrigley Field has grass on the ground and ivy on the walls and is the only park where there are never any night games

By E. M. Swift

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 23-29

Compiled by Roy S. Johnson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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