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Aug. 20, 1973
Aug. 20, 1973

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Aug. 20, 1973

Dodgers
Swimming
Sporting Look
  • Ty Cobb would have perished at the thought, but designers are stealing from baseball uniforms—particularly the colorful warmup jacket—to create a whole new line of casual wear. Hamming in high-fashion style, models show what's in vogue

Aviation
No Shade
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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14 Wheelin' Away Out West
The Dodgers' Little Blue Bicycle uses some old parts and an infield full of new ones trying to out pedal the Reds

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18 Jack Goes One Up on a Legend
By winning the PGA Championship last week Jack Nicklaus surpassed Bobby Jones' record of 13 major titles

20 No Piece of Cake for Patty
The Falcons beat the Colts but Atlanta Quarterback Pat Sullivan found you need more than self-confidence

22 Making an (Almost) Million
Racing star David Pearson had a run at it, but ended up a touch short of the magic mark

28 The Immaculate Reception
Franco Harris' transcendent catch and the induction of Frank Sinatra transformed the Pittsburgh Steelers

40 Love Letter to a Restless River
Zane Grey selfishly kept mum about the Umpqua, the greatest U.S. fishing stream, but this writer tells all

68 No Place in the Shade
Cool Papa Bell could run, hit, field and all that jazz, but Negro baseball was still a bittersweet gig

The departments

10 Scorecard
50 Swimming
52 Sporting Look
56 Baseball
62 Aviation
80 For the Record
82 19th Hole

Credits on page 80

Cover photograph by Sheedy & Long

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Next week

Smith & Co., on their way to another Davis Cup Challenge Round, must first repel the Rumanians, led by Nasty Nastase and his full repertoire of antics. Joe Jares reports.

An Unseamly adventure leads Ron Fimrite to mysterious Haiti, where he finds that baseballs for the major leagues are no longer stitched together in the good old American way.

Going to the dogs has become a favorite betting pastime. Robert Cantwell tells the history of racing and its rabbit. Ernest Havemann reports how to beat the game.