Boston
VIRTUE IS REWARDED
The Boston Red Sox, erstwhile party boys of the American League, have reformed under the watchful eye of a tough new manager. Now, hustling and hitting, they are actually challenging for the pennant
AWFUL UPSET BY THE ANZACS
The top favorites to win Canada's first North American Rowing Championships were the eight-oared shells from Harvard and Germany's Ratzeburg rowing club. Would you believe New Zealand and Australia?
RACING THROUGH DAIRYLAND
A private company startled promoters and competitors with a brand-new high-banked track, making the National Bicycle Championships the most pleasant on record. Especially for Steve Maaranen
Pop Track
POP FARE FOR A POPULAR FAIR
The arguments were rife, but the performances surprisingly good as Europe beat the Americas in a meet that had all it could do to survive the bright backdrop of Expo 67 and another AAU battle
Sporting Look
People
Swimming
Bridge
Nowhere to go but down
That is the position the experts were in when some highly artificial bidding led to confusion at the top in an international championship
Water Polo
The Kid
Going Fishing With The Kid
No longer a splinter, Ted Williams is just as splendid—and brash—as ever when he turns his skill against another worthy opponent, the leaping tarpon of the Florida Keys
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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