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July 15, 1963
July 15, 1963

Table of Contents
July 15, 1963

Cover
Yesterday
Wimbledon
Norman Woolworth
Horse Racing
Baseball

Contents

12 Better Than Fancy Pants
Play was unorthodox and acrobatic as Chuck McKinley and Billie Jean Moffitt stole the show at Wimbledon

This is an article from the July 15, 1963 issue Original Layout

16 Way under Par in a Parking Lot
A college student hits 100 holes in one to win $10,000 and the title of National Putting Champion

18 Pennsylvania, O.K.!
Fisherman Barry Goldwater tries a Pocono stream and finds it compares favorably with his wild western rivers

20 Young Blood in an Old Tradition
Norman Woolworth is no five & ten operator when it comes to the world of harness racing

28 Part I: My Game and Yours
Arnold Palmer begins an exclusive series on his concepts of golf by revealing his mental approach to the sport

52 Two Rooster Tails and a Cup
The wakes from rival boats washed out Bill Muncey's attempt to take a fifth Gold Cup

54 Everybody Hates Clure Mosher
At least in Miami, where in his insufferable way this sportscaster insufferably assails insufferable bores

The departments

8 Scorecard
44 Horse Racing
46 Bridge
48 Baseball
52 Boating
65 Baseball's Week
66 For the Record
67 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 66

Cover drawing by Francis Golden

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Next week

Our fightight preview shows why Sonny Liston is the heavy favorite. But drawings based on the Chicago fight photographs reveal a strategy that could win for Floyd Patterson.

Hardest-hitting infield in 30 years belongs to the '63 Cardinals, and the key man is Dick. Groat, the shortstop St. Louis has been searching for since Marty Marion retired.

A racing yawl turns into a lazily wandering vagabond as Carleton Mitchell cruises his famed Finisterre over the waters that lie between Long Island Sound and Cape Cod.