Booktalk
Yesterday
A Hit
HANK BECOMES A HIT
For years Henry Aaron performed in comparative obscurity while compiling a record that makes him one of baseball's alltime hitters. Now, as Atlanta fights for a pennant, he finds he is famous at last
Our Thing
WINNING OUR THING IN DENMARK
A lot of people think water skiing is a sort of sunshine follies staged for the tourists at Cypress Gardens, but in Denmark last week a dead-serious U.S. team won its 10th straight world title
SHOO-IN FOR A YOUNG SHOE PITCHER
A flashy (but gifted) young man named Danny Kuchcinski triumphed over a batch of experienced (but careful) oldsters in the world horseshoe pitching championship at Erie, Pa., leaving behind him 35 dead ringers
Receivers
Law Of Averages
Late-Bloomer
People
Pro Basketball
Baseball
Weyerhaeuser
The Shy Tycoon Who Owns 1/640th of the U.S.
George Weyerhaeuser's holdings (trees on map) may soon expand to 1/400th of the country. Musing on a stump, he ponders new ways in which his vast forests can contribute to conservation and recreation as well as timber profits
For The Record
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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