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February 6, 1961 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Bright color, especially in citrus hues, is this year's fashion for resort wear

By Fred R. Smith

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS February 3 to February 9

Champions

CHAMPIONS IN TROUBLE

It was a bad time for heroes. Pancho Gonzales, the world's best tennis player (opposite), Jamin, the world's best trotting horse (page 10) and Jacques Plante, the world's best hockey goalie (page 12) suffered injuries and—permanently or temporarily—were out of the big show

By Walter Bingham

ADIEU, JAMIN

France's superb trotter, Jamin, leaves the scene of international competition for a career that will affect all U.S. harness racing

By Jeremiah Tax

HERO'S HUMILIATION IN MONTREAL

Reviled by the fans who revered him only a season ago, Montreal's once great goaltender now minds the nets for a minor league club

By Jack Olsen

Indoor Track

A SMALL OVAL WORLD WITH A BRASS BAND

In the charged, exuberant atmosphere of indoor track and field the crowd is close and noisy, the turns are tight and steep, and the fastest runner often loses to a lesser man with sharper elbows

By Tex Maule

JEWEL OF A TRACK

Bogners

THEY MAKE THE PANTS

A stocky German and his lovely wife changed the watchword in ski styles from baggy to Bogner

By Roy Terrell

Pro Football

New masters in the den of Lions

The proxy fight for control of Detroit's pro football club is complex, exciting and over

By Tex Maule

College Basketball

A long-neglected art is now flourishing again

Coaches are teaching the fine points of defense because offense alone won't win

By Ray Cave

Aegean

CRUISING THE WINE-DARK SEA

The spare beauty of the isles of Greece has not been ornamented or diminished in the 3,000 years since Homer's day. A modem sailor uses some of the same landmarks Ulysses used and passes the ruins of towns and temples familiar to the epic wanderer

By Carleton Mitchell

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

CLEM BILL

50 years of tenpins

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