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November 20, 1961 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Improved skis, lightweight poles and rugged boots will give this year's skiers better control

By Paul Stewart

Boyne Mountain

Mountain out of a Molehill

Everett Kircher has created a mountain of ski dollars in the gently sloping state of Michigan

By Pete Waldmeir

Right To Be First

THE RIGHT TO BE FIRST

Green Bay and New York look more and more like ultimate claimants to the national championship, but Detroit and Philadelphia are far from being counted out of the race

By Tex Maule

THE KRAMER CUP RUNNETH ALL OVER THE COURT

The final matches of what may someday be world tennis' most important championship found a damp reception in South Africa

By Herman Nickel

Dialogue in a Duel

Farewell with a Flourish

Big Ben to St. Basil

Giant Trader

A SUCCESSFUL TRADER IN GIANTS

New York's football pros again are championship contenders, and one of the men chiefly responsible is Wellington Mara, who has bartered for most of his team's best players

By Tex Maule

Bounty

LEGACY OF THE BOUNTY

By Gilbert Wheat

LIGHTNING LOOK FOR SKIERS

College Football

An Ivy League Buff who can smile again

Columbia's Buff Donelli knows all about losing. But this season has been pleasantly different, and the Lions—surprise!—are at the top

By Walter Bingham

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Cards

Happy table talk in Hawaii

By Charles Goren

Horse Shows

The year of the jumpers

A spectacular open event in New York tops a season of excellent performances around the country by American and foreign horses

By Alice Higgins

Pro Basketball

The long leap forward of Jerry West

After only one season, his play is vital in the Laker push to cut down the champs from St. Louis

By Roger Williams

Dr. Hammond

Philosopher Horseplayer Teacher Saint

In such terms as these, his students at Johns Hopkins are hailing Dr. Albert Hammond for his wise and informed words on gambling, odds, poker, bridge, the beauty of horse racing and the place of luck in the universe. Eloquent and independent, he once stopped teaching for nine years to test his views by becoming a full-time gambler

By Robert Cantwell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

Hard-hitting diplomat

By Chris Ohiri

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