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December 19, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Pro Basketball

PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL

National Basketball Association games through January 11

Yesterday

A Contest of Courage

In 1865 a welterweight and a heavyweight fought 185 gory bare-fisted rounds to a draw

By Bill Hosokawa

Norris' Last Stand

NORRIS' LAST STAND

The sordid details of the Jim Norris-Frankie Carbo alliance that ruled boxing for a decade were verified in Washington

By Gilbert Rogin

The Baseball Mess

'THE DAMNDEST MESS BASEBALL HAS EVER SEEN'

That's what Ford Frick thought the big leagues had avoided, thanks to Walter O'Malley. A lot of people thought it was an exact description of baseball's last four months

By Roy Terrell

Pro Football

A STEP UP IN THE MUD

The field was a quagmire, but hard-charging Green Bay ran over San Francisco to take first place in the West

By Tex Maule

DUTCH IS THE DIFFERENCE

Jack Lalanne

LALANNE: A TREAT AND A TREATMENT

This is the Jack who started out weak, who heard the lecture, who saw the light, who was reborn, who tells the ladies and sells the pills that pay for the house that health built

By Huston Horn

Goalies

CLAY PIGEONS AND COLD SWEAT

Little but loneliness awaits the men who serve as living targets defending hockey's outmost isolated bastions

Bobwhite

WEEP NOT FOR THE TINY BOBWHITE

Each fall the flower of the Confederacy takes arms against a bunch of harmless quail, and although the birds may lose a few battles they usually win the war

By Joe David Brown

College Basketball

The rafters ring in Maine

In the words of the famous 'Stein Song,' loyal Maine men stand and shout as a smart new coach leads the team into winning ways

By Arlie W. Schardt

Skiing

The compleat shortswinger

By Willy Schaeffler

Horse Shows

Horses in contempt

The top stables ignored Chicago's Court of Final Judgment, and the show lost its quality

By Alice Higgins

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

DALE HOPP

'Hopp! Hopp! Allez, Hopp!'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events, Discoveries and Opinions

FACES IN THE CROWD