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Great Pate
YOU WERE GREAT, JERRY PATE
Hitting a heroic iron out of the rough on the final hole, the lean 22-year-old became the youngest man to win the U.S. Open championship since Jack Nicklaus in 1962
Bowie And Charlie
BOWIE STOPS CHARLIE'S CHECKS
Acting with uncharacteristic decisiveness, Commissioner Bowie Kuhn voided Charlie Finley's $3.5 million sale of three Oakland A's stars and so threw the world of baseball into tendentious turmoil
Good Times
Baseball
Hello, Ypsilanti, goodby
Could Eastern Michigan, a small school in the long-john latitudes, find happiness in the College World Series? Yes, but Arizona found a bit more
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Boxing
Smokin' Joe burns out
The second fight between George Foreman and Joe Frazier turned out to be a repeat of the first, with Frazier beaten, and this time for good
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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