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February 8, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Do you take your wife racing? (Asked of leading sailboat racers)

By Jimmy Jemail

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Anchors Aweigh for 40 Million Admirals

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS February 5 to February 11

A BLOW AT THE 'BIG GAME'

Promoter Jack Kramer and his touring pros, bothered by declining attendance, have started a reform that could bring back some long-forgotten glories of tennis

Derby Strength

INVASION FROM THE WEST

It used to be that California racing supplied Kentucky with nothing but long shots or Derby failures; now it has the favorites

By Whitney Tower

Wonderful World Of Sport

ON CORTINA'S ICY WALL A THRILL FOR ITALY

INGEMAR HITS THE CIRCUIT

FISHING'S FIRST 'WORLD SERIES'

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

NIXON DEFIES OLD HARRY

Britain's Best Eleven

BRITAIN'S BEST ELEVEN

Tip From The Top

Trusting the long irons

By Wiffi Smith

Food

Eating high

An American novelist living in a Swiss ski town tells of the delights of a robust Alpine cuisine for the winter sportsman

By Irwin Shaw

Pro Football

The infighting was vicious

Crusty, devious George Halas emerged as the big winner from the violent National Football League meeting in Miami

By Tex Maule

Hunting

In search of snowbirds

Some 1,200 miles north of Manhattan, in the subarctic land of Eskimos, Indians and endless winter, this group of hunters found ptarmigan shooting rugged adventure

By Virginia Kraft

Ski Tip

Ski Tip

By Willy Schaeffler

Track & Field

Rome via Eighth Avenue

While Jumper John Thomas was setting a world record at the Millrose Games, Jim Grelle made the mile look easy

By Roy Terrell

Dogs

The Westminster: road to ruin

Our foremost show has wrecked many breeds. This week its judges could start undoing the damage

By Virginia Kraft

Cards

The 'feel of the table'

By Charles Goren

Hong Kong

A YACHTSMAN FINDS HONG KONG

Exploring the lively city which glows like a jewel in the shadow of Red China's mainland, a famous author-sailor learns it offers everything from matchless cruising to unique cuisine

By Carleton Mitchell

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

JAMES PARKER

'All eyes on Marblehead'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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