With six matches to play, the score is United States 3, The World 4.
Tonight: Phil Rodgers (US) v Harold Henning (South Africa) at Royal Birkdale.
On the Lancashire links where this year's Open Championship will be played, Rodgers, who has been second in both British and American Opens, meets the man who helped South Africa win the World Cup in 1965 and finish third in 1970.
Prize-money: $4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser.
The Vehicle and General insurance crash left three-quarters of a million motorists with worthless policies and no cover. Why was there no warning of the firm's failure? Are there more shocks on the way in British motor insurance? Barrie Gill investigates.
British Leyland's long-awaited new family car codenamed ADO 28 is due to be announced today. Gordon Wilkins judges its chances of success in the show-room and Michael Frostick test drives the car of the week on the winding roads of the French Maritime Alps.
Starring Susan Hayward
with Richard Conte, Jo Van Fleet, Eddie Albert
Actress Lillian Roth's moving story of her gradual addiction to alcohol, her professional decline, and her eventual recovery.
This starkly dramatic role provided Susan Hayward with a tour de force acting opportunity and won for her the Cannes Festival Award for the year's best performance.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
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