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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Does your father spend enough time with you in sports?

By Jimmy Jemail

'Wink Up'

'Wink up and Fiddle'

So advised Prince Philip last month as England's tiddlywinks 'season' moved into high gear

By John Lovesey

Snow Patrol

SNOW PATROL

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS April 4 to April 13

Handicap, My Eye!

HANDICAP, MY EYE!

A blinded eye just made the doughty Basilio fight harder but he lost a furious battle to the 'Amazing Mr. Robinson'

By Martin Kane

Spectacle

A Very Green Tradition

At the Masters in Augusta—April 3 to 6 this year—a half century of great golfers are annually in action

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

DISTAFF DIPLOMATS ON THE MARK

Wonderful World Of Sport

YOUTH ON TRIAL

Trout Stream

3 TROUT STREAM DISCOVERIES FOR FLY-FISHERMEN

Trout Streams

IN PENNSYLVANIA: Penn's Creek

For 40 miles of its course through the eroded ramparts of the Appalachians, a rare and fertile limestone stream offers varied opportunities to trout fishermen

By Sparse Grey Hackle

IN MONTANA: Armstrong's Creek

On a short, spring-born tributary of the Yellowstone River the angler enjoys a complex of problems in fishing for a bounty of large trout that are partial to small flies

By John McDonald

Cards

A grand slam for a new star

By Charles Goren

Some Australian Arrivals

Fitness

37 Ironing Out the Kinks

An old-fashioned ironing board adds new challenge to exercise

By Bonnie Prudden

Golf

On and Off the Fairways

A look at Dow Finsterwald's money-winning streak and how it ended

By Barry Burn

Seminole

Millionaires and Pros

Their flossiest get-together is the Seminole, blue-blooded founder of these tournaments

By Alfred Wright

Tip From The Top

Putting from 12 feet in

By Dick Mayer

The Willow

THE WILLOW AND THE CHERRY TREE

One bends, the other breaks—and that, as the author learned for herself, is the essence of the gentle art of judo. And it works, even if you're only 5 feet tall

By Jean Paradise

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The Readers Take Over

Pat On The Back

Falcon Rifle Team

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

GOLF EVENTS

The leading tournaments for amateurs and professionals

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

accent on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...