American League West contenders California, Kansas City, Oakland and Texas met to see if one of them could take the upper hand. It turned out that none of them was able to get a grip on itself, much less the division lead
At 70, the author is officially retired, but still quite visible on the golf scene. He was executive director of the USGA (1935-69) and commissioner of the PGA Tour until 1974. During 1976 he lived in St. Andrews as the Royal and Ancient's second U.S. Captain.
A goalie is a lonely figure, but Oakland's Shep Messing, the first U.S. soccer player with a $100,000 contract, has the crowd in his corner, whether he's handling snakes, using snuff or eating Styrofoam cups