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July 14, 1975 | Volume 43, Issue 2

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Arthur Ashe Cover - Sports Illustrated July 14, 1975

July 14, 1975 | Joe Jares

July 14, 1975 | Jack Mann
Blazing down the backstretch, Ruffian was leading Foolish Pleasure when fragile bones in her right foreleg suddenly snapped. Her rival raced on to an empty triumph, and the brilliant filly's...

July 14, 1975 | Mark Kram
Supporting Ali-Bugner in Malaysia, Madison Square Garden brought in Carlos Monzon and Victor Galindez to defend titles

July 14, 1975 | Roy Blount Jr.

July 14, 1975 | Robert F. Jones

July 14, 1975
Hard by the north sea in Scotland lies Carnoustie, site of the British Open. Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino will be at the unforgiving course trying to match Gary Player's three titles, as Dan...

July 14, 1975 | Charles Brome

July 14, 1975 | William Leggett
The number of radio and television hours devoted to major league baseball is staggering. By the time the sport's 850 radio stations and 215 television outlets finish broadcasting at the end of...

July 14, 1975 | Robert H. Boyle

July 14, 1975 | Chris Brasher
Milers on the European track circuit flitted about the Continent in search of Tanzanian Filbert Bayi, who incomprehensively remained in Africa

July 14, 1975 | Jim Kaplan
Astro Bob Watson is long on hits and character, but short on votes

July 14, 1975 | Herman Weiskopf

July 14, 1975 | E.L. Doctorow

July 14, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
MEMORY LINEBy all odds, Teamster Day at Longacres Racecourse in Renton, Wash, would be one of the sport's more forgettable events. Not so for the Exacta winners in the 10th race: for $5, those who...

July 14, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Casey Stengel, after the annual Oldtimers Day at Shea Stadium: "Oldtimers weekends and airplane landings are alike. If you can walk away from them, they're successful."

July 14, 1975
BOWLING—Twenty-four-year-old PALMER FALLGREN, who had never finished higher than third in six years on the PBA tour, beat top-seeded Gary Dickinson 215-161 for the $5,000 first prize in the...

July 14, 1975
18, 19—Herb Scharfman20, 21—John Iacono (2), Walter Iooss Jr.28, 29—James Drake42—Herb Scharfman51—Graham Finlayson52—John Kenney

July 14, 1975
Dave Chauner, 26, Of Burlington, Vt., became the first American cyclist to win a stage in Britain's Milk Race, covering the 90-mile final leg from Morecambe to Blackpool in 3:45:21. The U.S....

July 14, 1975
STOLEN BASESSir:Thank you for an excellent article (It's a Game of Pinches, June 30) by Ron Fimrite. It's about time that the base stealers in the American League West got some credit. Fimrite...