Wimbledon
A WALTZ AT WIMBLEDON
Her name was not Matilda, but Evonne Goolagong, a lass from the Aussie Outback, had them singing her praises as she and her countryman, John Newcombe, won the most esteemed titles in tennis
STILL SOMETHING OF A SUMMIT MEETING
The U.S.-Russian track meet is supposed to be tame stuff now, but things do happen in it like—a stunning world record
Blue
HUMMING A RHAPSODY IN BLUE
Vida is calling the tune in Oakland, where his exuberance and his fastball are making leaders of the A's, money for Charlie Finley and believers out of batters who talk of him in Koufaxian terms
Capsize Kid
Baseball
Hollerin'
Fishing
The Brink
To the Brink—and Beyond
Niagara Falls is a compelling wonder of nature, a sight that moves men with dread and fear and lures those with insane courage to hurl themselves from its roaring precipice in the fragile skeleton of a barrel
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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