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Ms. Match
MOTHER'S DAY Ms. MATCH
The Battle of the Sexes was a debacle for the dame as Bobby Riggs used his cuts and twists and turns of phrase to give poor Margaret Court the runaround in the great hustle at Ramona
Old Man Indy
THE DEADLY WRATH OF OLD MAN INDY
Like an ogre guarding a mountaintop, the Speedway again summoned up its fearsome tricks to stand off racing's newest assault on 200 mph—this time snuffing out a driver's life in the process
Playoffs
WHERE THERE'S A WILLIS
...there's a way to win the NBA title, as the Knicks, leaning on a robust Reed, did, beating L.A.
Paradise
TO Hell With Paradise
This is the sentiment of James F. Mitchell, premier of the unspoiled Caribbean island of St. Vincent, who deems it inappropriate to talk of whispering trade winds where poverty shouts
Chick Lang
People
Baseball
Fishing
Bridge
Hockey
Victory—and reckoning
Mastery of Chicago was sweet for Henri Richard and his Montreal teammates, but a time of turbulence lies ahead for all pro hockey
Tennis
Riding the crest of a winning wave
With his victory in the World Championship Tennis finals in Dallas last week, formerly the private fishing grounds of Messrs. Rosewall and Laver, Stan Smith proved he has left his competition high and dry
Cricket
Making A Pitch for Cricket
In an essay on two cultures, a noted English novelist assesses some rugged similarities in our ball games, including the notion that a bumper at the Adam's apple rivals our stick-it-in-his-ear
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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