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September 29, 1969
THE SEASON ENDS. William Leggett hears the thunder and lightning of Baltimore and Minnesota and follows the Mets and the National League West in the last hectic days.
September 01, 1969
The Orioles are a happy team, which is to be expected of a club that is 15 games ahead in August. But William Leggett questions whether they are ahead because they are happy.
August 11, 1969
Henry Aaron has not been on a pennant winner since 1958, and for the first time since they moved to Atlanta his Braves are in the race. William Leggett visits the tepee.
May 26, 1969
If it Floats, some American is sure to climb aboard it and find a new way to have more fun on the water. In 16 pages of color, James Drake looks at the newest boating boom.
April 21, 1969
The hot corner is in the possession of a hot crew of rookies. Some are shown in color photographs, and William Leggett examines these and others in a crisp essay.