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THOROUGHBRED RACING

Stakes through January 27

Twice Two

TWICE TWO IS FOUR

As the 1962 pro golf tour begins, Jack Nicklaus and Doug Sanders bid fair to convert the reign of Gary Player and Arnold Palmer into the era of the Big Four

By Alfred Wright

Jolly Lark

JOLLY LARK FOR A JOVIAL SCION

A lusty chip off England's finest old block demonstrates the versatility and verve of his famous grandsire as he captains the Oxford ski team to victory in its annual race against Cambridge at Zürs, Austria. Despite his skiing responsibilities, young Churchill, 21, an aspiring journalist, took time to boost the morale of both spectators (above) and teammates (following pages), and to write this account, the first article he has published outside his native country

By Winston S. Churchill

Boat Show

THE BOAT WATCHERS

A BREATHLESS VIEW FROM THE HOTTEST SPOT ON THE ICE

Pro Football

West over the East and the Packers over all

The NFL's Western Conference teams were too strong for their eastern opponents in 1961 and, at least where Green Bay is concerned, will be again in '62

By Tex Maule

Nature

A phantom proves real

Once so rare that some people doubted its existence, the tiny key deer is now reported on the increase in the thickets of its Florida isles

By John O'Reilly

Cards

Grand slam or bust

By Charles Goren

Basketball

The bright dawn of the Sun Devils

Arizona State, the country's second-highest-scoring team, has used a blazing offense to become the best example of basketball's rise in the Southwest

By Ray Cave

Yesterday

A Man Who Played Golf

John D. Rockefeller's human qualities were best displayed when he was on the course

By Mary Ann Gould

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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