September 17, 1967

Footloose
Yesterday
Booktalk
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UP AGAIN DOWN AGAIN
Gone again Finnegan—so went the most tangled pennant race in memory. The Tigers destroyed the White Sox and were destroyed by them in turn. Boston rallied. Only the Minnesota Twins won steadily
FOR BABE, A WEEK TO FORGET
Babe Parilli of Boston, under intense pressure after published reports that he and other Patriots had frequented a Revere mob hangout, saw eight of his passes intercepted in games his team could have won
RACING'S FABULOUS INVALID
Big-time auto racing on excitingly treacherous dirt tracks is dying, but when Mario Andretti and A. J. Foyt carried their championship duel to the Hoosier Hundred they raced for a lavish purse
Marathon Tennis
WHAT THE DEUCE IS GOING ON?
Tennis history (well, maybe) was not made at Forest Hills this year but rather at Southampton and Newport, where wilted heroes played sets of 48-46 and 49-47 respectively
Pro Football 1967
RAMS' YEAR IN COASTAL
The shuffling over, revived Los Angeles is eying a bright new era. But it has two problems it won't solve easily: San Francisco and Baltimore
RUNAWAY IN CENTRAL
Some teams age gracefully. Green Bay just gets better. In a division beset with troubles elsewhere, the Packers can win pretty much as they please
CAPITOL STAYS WEST
The Redskins want to return the title where they think it belongs—the nation's capital. Planted firmly in the way, however, are the Cowboys
MESS IN THE CENTURY
The Army, labor unrest and a torrent of injuries have scrambled the division into a mixed-up race that Pittsburgh, of all teams, might just win
STRONG GET STRONGER
Even the Denver Broncos, pro football's most improved team, will find it hard to win games in this conference, haven for most of the league's stars
THE REST PAY THE BILLS
Strengthened by trades and superior to the other teams in every phase of offense and defense, Buffalo should nun away with the division title
People
Horse Racing
Setting up the race of the decade—maybe
After some false starts it looks as if the three big horses—Buckpasser, Dr. Fager and Damascus—will meet in the Woodward. With the 2-year-olds also shaping up, the tail end of the season should be the best
Tennis
Two who didn't stay away
At Forest Hills last week some big names failed to show, which made winning just a little easier for Billie Jean King and John Newcombe
Bridge
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

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