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February 13, 1961 Table Of Contents

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POINT OF FACT

A professional hockey quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

By Duncan Barnes

Yesterday

Hands Behind His Back

Bob Cousy first tried the play that was to become his trademark in a college game 12 years ago

By Dave Anderson

New Ingo

NEW INGO WITH A NEW LEFT

Ingemar Johansson used to live easy and depend on his right-hand punch. Now, looking to his third fight with Floyd Patterson, a serious Ingo boasts of a left, too

By Martin Kane

THE BIG RUSSIAN BREAKS EVEN

He led one of the West's two best basketball teams (USC) against the other (UCLA), with inconclusive results

By Ray Cave

Sumo

RITUAL RASSLE

Safe Driving Part II

COME CORNER WITH ME

by Jack Brabham, World Champion Driver

By Jack Brabham

Laurence Owen

MOTHER SET THE STYLE

Pretty Laurence Owen is the most exciting U.S. skater but in her remarkable family she is just another champion

By Barbara Heilman

Horse Racing

The troubles of a prosperous sport

Sports Illustrated's Turf Editor, Whitney Tower (right), here begins a series of articles on what may be termed the hidden crisis in Thoroughbred racing in this country. The result of long observation and recently growing concern, this series will go beyond mere critical analysis to recommend constructive solutions—the first being true authority for a national racing body

By Whitney Tower

Skiing

Hard cash paid out in the open

With $1,500 waiting at the finish, Christian Pravda took the first pro race at Aspen

By Roy Terrell

Doggiest Dogs

THE DOGGIEST DOGS

Golf

Candidates for a better day

Not all the names on the pro tour are well known. Here are a few players who have looked good so far, and who should look better in the months to come

By Alfred Wright

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

BILL SEALS

Like a bullet

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