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Aug. 19, 1974
Aug. 19, 1974

Table of Contents
Aug. 19, 1974

Trevino
Seeing Red
Jenni Chandler
Juicy Road
Baseball
Horse Racing
Dogs
Pro Basketball
Taiwan
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

Contents

14 He Left Them Laughing
Cracking jokes as he went, Lee Trevino won the PGA title, even forcing a smile from Jack Nicklaus, the man he beat

This is an article from the Aug. 19, 1974 issue Original Layout

18 Americans Need No Papergate
The WFL may be the World Freebie League in a lot of towns, but Birmingham is paying to see its new heroes

20 It Was a Family Affair
In water polo, everybody knows everybody and nobody has money, but as the nationals proved, the U.S. has players

22 Seeing Red in Dodger Stadium
Which is what Angelenos do when Cincinnati comes to town—and Cincy went to town in a tumultuous series

28 Bursts of Beauty and Bubble Gum
Not yet out of her braces, 15-year-old diver Jenni Chandler is springing into prominence

36 The Juice on a Juicy Road
Hustling miscellaneous merchandise and starring in films and TV, O. J. enjoyed a most lucrative off-season

50 Trials and Tribulations
Although training a retriever is hardly duck soup, the handlers get to whistle while they work

64 Going to Bat for Taiwan
The kids from the baseball-mad Republic of China hope to bring the Little League world title home once more

The departments

11 Scorecard
45 TV/Radio
46 Baseball
48 Horse Racing
50 Dogs
54 Golf
58 Pro Basketball
62 Bridge
77 For the Record
78 19th Hole

Credits on page 77

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.

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Next week

BOY MEETS GIRL—maybe. If Chris Evert's owners think the filly is in good shape, she'll race against the top 3-year-old colt, Little Current, in the Travers at Saratoga.

Top man from Down Under is John Newcombe, who has money, looks and a lovely wife—plus a top-notch tennis game. Frank Deford has a few tasties with him at his ranch.

Final trials to settle the America's Cup defender and challenger commence off Newport. A preview with analysis by Carleton Mitchell and color photographs by George Silk.