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December 4, 1961 Table Of Contents

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Ski Facilities

NEW SKI FACILITIES

Ski Schedule

SKI SCHEDULE

Leading championships and meets January through March

Yesterday

The Middies Mock the Odds

In 1946 Navy's inspired team gave the undefeated Cadets a game they would never forget

By Maury Allen

Football's Best

BATTLE OF FOOTBALL'S BEST: THE BOLD GIANTS VS. THE SOLID PACKERS

The New York Giants meet the Green Bay Packers this weekend; the two conference leaders, judging from their last strong victories, may play again on December 31—for the pro title

By Tex Maule

DEVELOPING CRISIS IN PRO GOLF

The crowds are larger than ever and the money is rolling in, but the PGA has serious problems which it is too timid to face

By Alfred Wright

Trim And Strong

Get Trim and Strong in Seconds

Now everybody can utilize the magic of isometric contractions. It takes only 10 minutes a day

By George Walsh

Big Deals

TEXAS MAKES SOME BIG DEALS

Through three top tournaments the eyes of the bridge world have been on Houston, where home-town talent has excelled

By Charles Goren

JUST ONCE LIKE STEIN

Boxing

A hysterical calm grips Toronto

Not really, for sports-minded citizens are flipping over the football finals. Only the Patterson-McNeeley fight is stirring up indifference

By Rex MacLeod

College Football

The sweet smell of red roses

To Ohio State's Woody Hayes, whose team will meet UCLA in the Rose Bowl, the rose is fragrant, but the color is blood

By Walter Bingham

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Hockey

Three at the top are a crowd

In the hottest cold war of many a year, Toronto, New York and Montreal push and shove one another for the NHL championship

By Maury Allen

Gene Tunney

DOUBLE IMAGE OF A CHAMPION

Gene Tunney is a magic name in sport, one that evokes an instant and recognizable picture to millions of people, even though it is 35 years since he upset Jack Dempsey and won the heavyweight title. No athlete ever went to more pains to establish a public picture of himself but, incongruously, no athlete ever succeeded in obscuring his own great skills so completely. The story of Tunney then (left, in 1926) and Tunney now is the story of a man who has been almost unbearably successful

By Frank Graham Jr.

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

TRACY BARNES

Full of hot air

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