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July 08, 1974 | Volume 41, Issue 2

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Gerald Ford Cover - Sports Illustrated July 08, 1974

July 08, 1974
Out they sailed from Newport for the first America's Cup trials, two aluminum 12-meters representing the latest, loftiest and costliest thinking in U.S. marine design. And there on the briny they...

July 08, 1974 | Ray Kennedy
That is the pitch from Atlanta as league-leading Buzz Capra and his fellow lay analysts do their best to cure a case of acrophobia

July 08, 1974 | Gerald R. Ford

July 08, 1974 | Mark Kram
It was a time for reverie on the hot, flat Jersey sands, as the children participating in the national tournament knuckled down with their shooters of exotic colors

July 08, 1974 | Pat Jordan

July 08, 1974 | Pat Jordan
Joined by his new—and perplexed—wife, Jordan follows his destiny to Eau Claire, Wis. and Palatka, Fla.

July 08, 1974
Centre Court is the center of the tennis world as Wimbledon moves toward its climactic matches. Newcombe, Borg, King and Evert do battle; Joe Jares observes the net result.

July 08, 1974 | William Leggett
Contrary to what you might believe, theater broadcasts of sporting events did not arrive full-blown from the mouth of Muhammad Ali in the mid-1960s, nor do they date from the '40s when some of Joe...

July 08, 1974 | Pat Jordan
Failing to get timely hits from vaunted batsmen and needed relief from the bullpen, Pittsburgh's Pirates are treading water above last place

July 08, 1974 | Joe Marshall
AL WEST

July 08, 1974 | Joe Marshall
While the old established National Football League was fretting about player strikes and picket lines, the upstart new league was displaying precocious professionalism as it prepared to launch its...

July 08, 1974 | Barry McDermott
Not even Jack Nicklaus can outdrive Jim Dent, who wishes the rest of his game was smashing, too

July 08, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
THE SOONER THE BETTERAs is often the case in such matters, there is no clear right or wrong in the labor dispute between National Football League owners and players. Vice President Ford, writing...

July 08, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Ray Scott, Detroit Pistons coach, asked which NBA team was hurt most by the expansion draft to stock the New Orleans franchise: "New Orleans."

July 08, 1974 | Bil Gilbert

July 08, 1974
BOATING—The 55-foot sloop Scaramouche, owned by Charles Kirsch of Sturgis, Mich., was declared winner of the 29th Newport-to-Bermuda yacht race with a corrected time of 2 days, 15 hours 59:56....

July 08, 1974
14, 15—John G. Zimmerman16—James Drake24, 25—Lane Stewart36—Roy DeCarava44, 45—Leslie Marshall (2), John Iacono49—James Drake56—map by William Bernstein63—Fred Abodeely-Salem News, Don Burton

July 08, 1974
Mike Taylor, 27, of Meridian, Miss., who played on the Brigham Young golf team with Johnny Miller and Buddy Allin, won his third straight—and seventh lifetime—state amateur title, shooting a...

July 08, 1974
SEEING REDSSir:What does Sparky Anderson mean when he refers to the 1974 Dodgers as a "finesse team" (Beware the Dudes in the Red Hats, June 24)?

July 08, 1974 | Roy Blount Jr.