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November 21, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Facilities

NEW SKI FACILITIES

Ski Equipment

The Equipment Olympics

Salesmen are pushing winning Olympic brands but weekend skiers do not need racing gear

By Mort Lund

Editorials

EDITORIALS

The Eagle Flew

THE EAGLE FLEW AWAY

By Whitney Tower

Mother's Murder

A MURDER FOR MOTHER

It was hardly a contest as Yale's best team in 37 years trounced Princeton and evoked memories of Dink Stover

By Alfred Wright

Whammy Gambit

When football is fun

Drugs

OUR DRUG-HAPPY ATHLETES

Eager to beat yesterday's records, today's competitors are trying everything from vitamins to cocaine. Some drugs are harmless and helpful, but others can addict and destroy

By George Walsh

Ski Fashions

FAST AND FANCIFUL

By Fred R. Smith

Sailer

RACING TOWARD RICHES

Ski Champion Toni Sailer is making money faster than he ever made the finish line in his days as an amateur

By Robert Ball

Early Birds

Early Birds of Sport

College Football

Biggest frog in the small pond

Ohio University is undefeated in Mid-America Conference, untied and, sadly, unranked

By Morton Sharnik

FOOTBALL'S NINTH WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Baseball

A pennant race made to order

By Walter Bingham

Pro Football

Innocence in Texas

By Tex Maule

Cards

Hedging your losses

By Charles Goren

Kahala

BAREFOOT IN KAHALA

A traveler who has tasted the pleasures and toured the palaces of four continents settles down for a family vacation in a house near Honolulu. There, to his delighted surprise, he discovers the happy paradox of the 50th state: East is East and West, too

By Horace Sutton

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

RICHARD KOHNSTAMM

'Joe Skier makes it go'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD