July 26, 1976
July 26, 1976

Table of Contents
July 26, 1976

Call To Colors
Zone Of His Own
Horse Racing
Jai Alai
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 It Was a Call to Colors
Unsettled by political events and still unsure of their numbers, the Olympians closed ranks
by Pat Putnam

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20 What's Making O.J. Go?
Simpson says he is shuffling off from Buffalo. He could become a Ram, a Raider or a retiree
by Joe Marshall

22 His Name Was Mudd
But Eddie cleaned up at golf's Public Links Championship in Coon Rapids, Minn.
by Sarah Pileggi

28 In a Zone of His Own
Baltimore's Jim Palmer is famed for his pitching, but his off-field deeds are equally impressive
by Frank Deford

36 Guardian Dragon
Two men battle a monster to strike fear into the hearts of trespassers in a primeval swamp
by William Humphrey

62 Otter Confusion
The fate of California's beloved marine mammal, the sea otter, hangs on perplexing questions
by Bil Gilbert

The Departments

9 Scorecard
44 TV/Radio
46 Baseball
50 Horse Racing
54 Tennis
58 Jai Alai
60 Softball
75 For the Record
76 19th Hole

Credits on page 75

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.


Next Week

Looking for gold at the XXI Summer Olympics will be the object of a world of athletes as all swimming, cycling, rowing and gymnastics events are contested in the Games' first week of competition.

Finding trouble is difficult in an island paradise favored with beautiful water, virginal beaches and flats filled with bonefish, but leave it to Clive Gammon who tells of a package-fishing jaunt to Andros.

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