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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Do you favor legalized off-track betting?

By Jimmy Jemail

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Intercollegiate Events

The principal meets in college sports for the spring season

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS March 20 to March 26

Muscling In on the Arts

Giants

NEED NOW: ONE PITCHER

The San Francisco Giants have all the power and speed in the world, but it's not enough

By Roy Terrell

Wonderful World Of Sport

BASEBALL'S NORTHERN DIVISION

While ballplayers got ready down South last week, management got ready up North: O'Malley soothed Snider, Veeck attempted to soothe Comiskey, a new stadium sprouted, the Braves opened the windows to a deluge of fans with spring fever

IS FOOTBALL A SUBSTITUTE FOR MOTHERHOOD?

In arguments that rocked Brown University, that was one of the questions raised by an English teacher—he had 'a horrible week'

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

IF NORRIS WANTS TO TALK

Ashburn

A LONG CAREER OF SHORT BASE HITS

Richie Ashburn is solid proof that singles hitters drive Cadillacs, too. He has parlayed 11 years of skill with the bat and two batting crowns into a $40,000 salary

By Walter Bingham

Cards

Lead on—but be careful

By Charles Goren

Food

How to make a perfect omelet

Narcissa Chamberlain, who wrote a book about it, discusses the basic dos and don'ts

By Mary Frost Mabon

Tip From The Top

Contacting the ball with the putter

By Joe Pryke

Sport In Art

Duel in the turn

Basketball

Field day for the underdogs

Upstarts like Louisville eliminated many of the favored teams even before the NCAA tournament moved to the semifinal round

By Jeremiah Tax

End of the line: the last four

Ski Tip

QUESTION: At what point should a skier start using a pole to make his turns, and what is the right way to use a pole in long, sweeping turns and in short, linked turns?

By Willy Schaeffler/Ski Coach, University of Denver

Travel

By jet to the land of Heavenly Mountains

Still exotic but no longer isolated, rosy Alma-Ata is an aspiring St. Moritz where Soviet boys ski past the usual statuary and Kazakhs and Uzbeks skate on a great rink

By Horace Sutton

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

VERNON WOLFE

'It's mind over matter'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A roundup of the sports information of the week

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

faces in the crowd...