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U.S. Open
IT WAS MADNESS AT MEDINAH
While a horde of celebrated contenders struggled as if in straitjackets, imperturbable Lou Graham found the key that locked up a crazy U.S. Open
High, Fast
HIGH, FAST AND VERY UPSETTING
Strange things kept happening at the AAU track and field championships last week in Oregon. The wrong people set records, champions lost, new faces emerged and at least one hero ate a perfectly awful lunch
Pinches
Pigeons
A bird's-eye view
Pigeon racing may not have Americans in a flap, but for a while it had the author sky-high with enthusiasm. Her hopes rode on Terry Malloy (right), a cock bred to come through with flying colors
Baseball
The agony and the X rays
Pictures show that the arthritis in Woodie Fryman's elbow is so bad it is amazing he can pitch at all, let alone go out and win for Montreal
Crew
Hate went a long way—but not four miles
Washington's Huskies had been beaten twice in the past year by Harvard's arrogant champions, and they came East steaming for revenge. But, in a race both agreed was an ultimate test, the Crimson never had to look around
Boxing
Chacon was from hunger
The featherweight champ steamed and starved and finally made the limit. But there was the well-fed challenger just licking his chops
For The Record
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19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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