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The CIA of baseball is a group of spies who can spot the type of pitch about to be thrown, and tip off the batter. An expert at it himself, Bob Turley tells how the spies work.
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July 13, 1964

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The CIA of baseball is a group of spies who can spot the type of pitch about to be thrown, and tip off the batter. An expert at it himself, Bob Turley tells how the spies work.

Great days of sail are relived in words by Alan Villiers end photographs by Richard Meek as the square-rigged school ships of 13 nations rendezvous in New York Harbor.

A halfback named Shirley is the star of a zany new movie. Dan Jenkins tells how Hollywood uses oil gushers, harem girls, a U-2 pilot—and MacLaine—to beat Notre Dame.

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