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POINT OF FACT

A Thoroughbred racing quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the $2 bettor and the armchair expert

By Bettina Blackford

Yesterday

Mosie's Special Hat Trick

Bill Mosienko did it in an NHL game nine years ago and set a record that should long endure

By Duncan Barnes

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS March 3 to March 9

Durocher

THE RETURN OF DUROCHER

Baseball's violent Leo is back in uniform after five years, instructing reporters, needling young players and (below) taking part in hilarious games of pepper

By Tex Maule

Springboks

TOO GOOD FOR THEIR OWN GOOD

South Africa's Springboks brought their traveling Rugby road show to the British Isles and France, flattened the opposition and left behind a seething controversy. 'They are killing Rugby,' hollered the British Press. 'They are persecuting blacks,' hollered others. The immediate crime: winning

St. Bonaventure

ST. BONAVENTURE IS SECOND-BEST

The Bonnies had won 99 basketball games in a row on their court in Olean, N.Y., but they ran into trouble with Niagara, the last team to beat them at home 13 years ago

By Ray Cave

Sporting Look

THE TRIM NEW LOOK OF GOLF

By Fred R. Smith

'YOU COULD PLAY GOLF IN THOSE SKIRTS'

This was one of many compliments bestowed on a new line called the Slim Look, which brings the ease of American sports clothes to the Paris spring collections and deserved fame to Dior's new designer, Marc Bohan. To find out how this Parisian thinks today's women should look when dressed for sport, Fred R. Smith visited Bohan in Paris last week, where he obtained this interview and these illustrations of Bohan's philosophies

By Fred R. Smith

Underwater Park

SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SEA

America's first underwater park preserves and protects the submarine wonders of the coral reef for present and future generations of skin-divers and fishermen

By John O'Reilly

Food

A fish dish for every pot

Motor Sports

Over the threshold

The stock cars at Daytona roared to incredible speeds and inevitable smashes

By Kenneth Rudeen

Horse Racing

Carry Back hurries back

Those were his jockey's orders before the Flamingo and Carry Back carried them out

By Whitney Tower

Reply To Mike

IDEA OF AN AMATEUR

By Phil Coleman

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

JERRY COLBURN

The lone ranger

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FACES IN THE CROWD