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July 27, 1970 | Pat Putnam
For openers the West Germans figured they'd blitz the young U.S. track team in the four throwing events. The French scared them in Paris, now we'll run them right out of Stuttgart, they thought. But what the Germans...
July 27, 1970 | Hugh D. Whall
As the French challengers celebrated Bastille Day in Newport last week, America's own America's Cup racers were asking whether another absolute monarch was about to be toppled off his throne
July 27, 1970 | Don Garlits
Let's say you are about to attend your first major drag-racing meet. Welcome to a weekend of pure confusion. First, there won't be just one kind of car to watch as there would be at, say, a stock-car race or the Indy...
July 27, 1970 | Jack Nicklaus
After three years of frustration, the two-time winner of the British Open tells SI's Mark Mulvoy how he came from the edge of despair last week to capture his 10th major championship—going on 14
July 27, 1970
The way the Kansas City Royals play ball, they need special attention or at least some tender loving care. That's what they're getting from Muriel Kauffman, wife of team owner Ewing Kauffman. A member of the Royals'...