Jimmy Jemaill's Hotbox
By Jimmy Jemaill
John Kieran's New York is a delightful jungle of living things, from algae to minks
By Mervin Hyman
At the Sebring Grand Prix, Jack Brabham finally clinched his world championship of race driving—even shoving his car the final 400 yards in a gesture of gallantry
Seldom in the history of football have two pro teams been so evenly matched for a title game
By Tex Maule
In Pakistan a President learns about cricket and tent pegs
By Charles Mohr
In England a Yank teaches old dogs a new trick
By John Lovesey
By Jeremiah Tax
This year they bring together all the country's top teams and a fine array of stars. They'll enrich the schools and entertain the nation
Quarterbacks will be the men to see as 100,000 watch the Big Ten and Coast champs. NBC-TV, 4:45 P.M., E.S.T.
Pride of the East, the nation's top team faces the Longhorns on alien ground before 75,000. CBS-TV, 3:45 P.M., E.S.T.
The Tigers and Rebels play a sequel, before 80,000, to their October thriller, won by LSU. NBC-TV, 1:45 P.M., E.S.T.
The amazing Bulldogs close out a strong year against a Big Eight invader before 75,000. CBS-TV, 12:45 P.M., E.S.T.
The light but potent Razorbacks hurl speed at Yellow Jacket heft before 40,000 Jan. 2. CBS-TV, 2 P.M., E.S.T.
Events & Discoveries
Too Good For Ducks?
Rome: The Olympic Anniversary
Rome: The Olympic Year
Offbeat and off the beaten track, Italy's Tyrrhenian islands offer cool prices, hot black beaches and peaceful relaxation to tired Olympic travelers
The mood of the country was recovery, and as employment rose, so did the spirits of the nation. Broadway and Hollywood had a memorable year. The pass took over college football and Silver Anniversary All-Americas played their last season
By Henry Romney
These are the men the judges chose: 25 football players of 25 years ago who have made much of their lives and today serve their fellow citizens in law, medicine, the military, politics, advertising, banking, movie making, and in many other ways
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
By Arthur R. Murphy Jr.