July 22, 1968
July 22, 1968

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July 22, 1968

  • The great French mare, winner of the $100,000 Roosevelt International last year, overcame a troublesome left leg to score handsomely again last week, increasing her earnings to a near record $821,000

  • By Gwilym S. Brown

    The world's best pros called Carnoustie the toughest course they had ever seen—and other things—but it was fine for Gary Player, who parlayed steady golf and one magnificent shot into a British Open title

Part 4: The Black Athlete
George Haines
Pro Football
New League
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


4—Gerry Cranham
21—Gerry Cranham
29—Sheedy & Long
30—Roy DeCarava
31—James G. Klingensmith, Roy DeCarava
32—Sheedy & Long, William M. Brown
33—Roy DeCarava
40, 41—Steve Kulmus, Arthur Shay, Sheedy & Long
42, 43—Neil Leifer
44—Coles Phinizy
46—David Potts-Seattle Post Intelligencer; Paris Match-Pictorial Parade
51—Herb Scharfman
54—Roy DeCarava
70—John Gaines, Anita Verschoth
72—Rich Clarkson

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