Thoroughbred Racing
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U.S. Open
LITTLER EASES TO A HARD WIN
On the 18th hole of the final round of the 1961 Open, Gene Littler hit his second shot into a trap (opposite). But he coolly holed out in 5 to take the tournament by one stroke and redeem his early promise
Young Pitchers
THE YOUNG PITCHERS TAKE COMMAND
Close to the halfway mark in another typically tight National League pennant race, a group of strong-armed youngsters seems to control the balance of power
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Track & Field
The NCAA visits the wild East
For the first time in 40 years, the collegiate championships were held on the Atlantic seaboard. Seven records later, everyone—or almost everyone—conceded it wasn't such a bad idea after all
Motor Sports
Rowing
Cards
Jacobs-Bieber
'SEX, SLAUGHTER AND SMOKE!'
These are three of the things wrong with the world, according to Colonel Isidor Bieber, a member of horse racing's most intriguing partnership. While the colonel thinks his profound thoughts, the other partner, Trainer Hirsch Jacobs, goes on adding to racing's best winning record
For The Record
Acknowledgments
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
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