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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Are you in accord with the Ivy League in its ban on spring football practice? (Answers by members of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Silver Anniversary All-America at the Touchdown Club Dinner in Washington, D.C.)

By Jimmy Jemail

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS March 15 through March 24

Fred Haney's Fire

FRED HANEY LIGHTS A FIRE

His Milwaukee Braves blew the National League pennant last year, but he has other plans for the coming season

By Roy Terrell

IBC: GUILTY AS CHARGED

The courts have caught up with the boxing monopoly of James D. Norris, thus joining Sports Illustrated in its demand for more competition in and out of the ring

By Martin Kane

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

MICKEY AND THE MACHINE AGE, A LONG PROBLEM FOR BRAGG, DEMARET'S WEARING ON THE GREEN, A FRESH START FOR THE STRIPERS, DIM RED LIGHT ON FOOTBALL

AN ARTIST LOOKS AT HIS SUBJECT

With rare and human insight, Russell Hoban re-creates in words and a painting the bright moment when young Floyd Patterson changed forever and became Heavyweight Champion of the World

By Russell Hoban

Pancho The Great

Pancho the Great

RICHARD GONZALES IS THE KING OF AN EXPANDING TRIBE OF TENNIS PROFESSIONALS WHO ARE CASTING A LONG SHADOW OVER THE AMATEUR TENNIS WORLD

By Richard Phelan

Open Tennis

IT'S TIME TO OPEN UP TENNIS

By William F. Talbert

The Footloose Sportsman

PALM SPRINGS FANTASIA

By Horace Sutton

Basketball

CLIMAX ON THE COURT

A year of exciting basketball culminates in the NCAA tournament, with the big question being whether form—which has held true all season—will also decide the national champion

By Jeremiah Tax

Horse Racing

TRADITION AND MUD

An invader captures the Louisiana Derby, and a lady's pet finds gold in California against backgrounds of TRADITION AND MUD

By Whitney Tower

Outdoors

CAUSE TO CHEER

In Washington, D.C. last week Congress and the North American Wildlife Conference gave all outdoorsmen CAUSE TO CHEER

Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

Skiing

SAILER THE SUPERB

In his debut on American snow, the pride of Austria proved that the fastest skis in the world belong to SAILER THE SUPERB

By Mort Lund

The Red Wings

Wings of the Red Wings

Howe and Lindsay are their names, and for the 11th straight year they are the driving spark of the great Detroit hockey team that Jack (Adams) built

By Marshall Dann

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Pat On The Back

GERALD N. COUGHLAN

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

FOCUS ON THE DEED

FOR THE RECORD

CLOTHESPINS AND A CODE OF CALM

These are the appurtenances of Smoke Tree Ranch, where refugees from the executive way of life can relax as California primitives

By Horace Sutton