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July 21, 1969 | Volume 31, Issue 3

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Billy Martin Cover - Sports Illustrated July 21, 1969

July 21, 1969 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The new Prince of Wales will rule England someday, but right now the Isle is in the hands of princely Tony Jacklin, who handsomely ended an 18-year reign of foreigners by winning the British Open

July 21, 1969 | Roy Blount Jr.

July 21, 1969 | Anita Verschoth
California's wonderkids, led by the ubiquitous Mark Spitz, repelled a foreign invasion in the star-spangled Santa Clara Invitational

July 21, 1969 | Kenneth Harrelson

July 21, 1969
A scalping party is being assembled in Washington by Vince Lombardi. John Underwood takes a look at the Redskins, their new chief and his No. 1 brave, Sonny Jurgensen.

July 21, 1969 | William Leggett
Swinging lanterns and carrying flags, fans and even portable Shrines, the cheerleaders come to the annual midsummer Inter-City Baseball Tournament at Tokyo's Korakuen Stadium. In mini-skirts and...

July 21, 1969 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

July 21, 1969 | Garry Valk
When Writer Jerry Kirshenbaum signed on with TIME magazine a little over three years ago, he joined, among other people, a TIME researcher named Geraldine Kirshenbaum. As can be imagined, the...

July 21, 1969
Now that Pancho Gonzales and his ex-wife Madelyn intend to remarry (SI, July 7), the once and future Mrs. Gonzales says, "People always ask me how I can possibly live with such a vicious-looking...

July 21, 1969 | Whitney Tower
Leading the country in breeding top-quality Thoroughbreds, Leslie Combs brings 30 Spendthrift Farm yearlings to the sales this week

July 21, 1969 | Charles Goren
We first met C. C. Wei about five years ago and found him a delightful fellow with a not uncommon hang-up: he had a bridge system that he was convinced would beat the world. C.C. was gently...

July 21, 1969 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

July 21, 1969 | Peter Carry
AMERICAN LEAGUE

July 21, 1969 | Peter Carry
In recent seasons the Boston centerfielder, surround ed as he was by Carl Yastrzemski in left and Tony Conigliaro in right, has had trouble gaming recognition. Not only did they hit a pile, but...

July 21, 1969
BOATING—Olympic gold medalist RODNEY PATTISSON of Britain, sailing his Superdocious, won the first four races of the six-race Flying Dutchman world championship in Naples, Italy, then took a fifth...

July 21, 1969
Golden Richards, 18, a three-sport letter-man, led his Salt Lake City high school to the Utah Class A track title, setting meet records in the 180-yard low hurdles (18.9) and 100-yard dash (9.7)....

July 21, 1969
4—John D. Hanlon16, 17—Tony Triolo (2), Neil Leifer18—Tony Triolo21—Sheedy & Long22—Ted R. Schneider Jr.27—UPI38, 39—Eric Schweikardt, Sheedy & long (3)42—Pictorial Parade, AP44—-Jerry...

July 21, 1969
DECISIONS, DECISIONSSirs:Peter Carry, in writing about the College World Series (Odd One for the Sun Devils, June 30), says, "After losing 3-2 to NYU's No. 4 starter in a game that ended with a...

July 21, 1969
A THOUGHT FOR THE NBA

July 21, 1969
•George Keitt, winner of the first annual Stone Skipping competition at Mackinac Island, Mich., where he skipped a stone 15 times on Lake Huron: "Ninety percent of my success is due to an astute...