Swimming Trials
MARK OF EXCELLENCE
Keena and Deena and the rest of the girls were never feena—er, finer—at the Olympic swimming trials, but Mark Spitz made the biggest splash
LITTLE JOE MAKES BIG REDS GO
Second Baseman Joe Morgan, who steals bases and scores runs—and hits homers, too—could make Cincy a cinch to clinch the National League West—if the Reds find a way to win at home
Bobby
HOW TO COOK A RUSSIAN GOOSE
First, catch a Russian—and at long last Bobby Fischer apparently has, dominating Boris Spassky so completely that only a sharp reversal can keep the young American from becoming world champion
Some Home
People
Baseball
Golf
Tennis
Olés for moon balls and a big serve
It took five matches, but the U.S. beat Spain in the Davis Cup semifinals behind an odd combination of soft lobs by Harold Solomon and the booming game of Stan Smith, who put it all together when it counted
Pro Football
Wives
I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN
If you have the impression that being married to a professional athlete is glamorous, fun, ego-building, frustrating or plain for the birds, you're only half right. Eight wives—and one ex—tell it like it is, and was
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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