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August 22, 1966
There are few trees and fewer hills in Forest Hills, but there is a lot of tennis. A study of The West Side Tennis Club, and Arthur Ashe, who reached stardom in last year's nationals.
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August 22, 1966

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There are few trees and fewer hills in Forest Hills, but there is a lot of tennis. A study of The West Side Tennis Club, and Arthur Ashe, who reached stardom in last year's nationals.

Secret maneuvers behind the pro football merger are revealed by Edwin Shrake, who tells how John Brodie got his fabulous pay hike and why others nearly switched leagues.

To be a millionaire at the age of 3, the first in racing history, will be Buckpasser's distinction if he beats Amberoid, Buffle and other top colts running in the Travers at Saratoga.

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