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Basketball

PRO BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

NBA games through February 10

Yesterday

Waiting for the 'Robt. E Lee'

The 1870 meeting between two mighty Mississippi steamboats was the climax of a splendid era

By John Durant

Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

An NHL quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

By Herman Weiskopf

Coaches Take Over

THE COACHES TAKE OVER

In the continuing battle for power among track men, the AAU suffered another serious blow last week as the colleges voted unanimously to back a new track and field federation and to stage a rival championship meet

By Tex Maule

SINGING THE BLUES IN ST. LOUIS

Shrewd Ben Kerner dreamed up a team of champions and made a fortune with them, but now the Hawks are dead on their feet

By Ray Cave

Run for the Money

Boxing Booths

Meeting All Comers

Jumbo Elliott

HERE COMES JUMBO

And coming to the big indoor meets with Jumbo, who is Coach James Francis Elliott of Villanova University, will be a track team he ranks with his great one of 1957. In a day crowded with crises involving a cocker spaniel, a catastrophe at the golf club, the loss of a prized topcoat and dealings in tractors and bulldozers, Jumbo tells why

By Gerald Holland

Doug Sanders

THE BAD-FORM CHAMPION OF GOLF

His approach to the game is casual, and his choppy swing is almost comical, but happy Doug Sanders is getting the last laugh by becoming one of the biggest winners in pro golf

By Alfred Wright

Food

Game in the water, great on the table

By Martin Kane

Boating

Vintage year for the gadgeteer

Some ingenious new marine accessories are providing most of the excitement at the boat show in the New York Coliseum

By Carleton Mitchell

Part II: Imperiled Freedom Of The Open Road

Imperiled Freedom of the Open Road

The pleasures of skillful driving, discussed by three racing experts in Sports Illustrated a year ago, are in danger of becoming a memory to all but the most rural Americans. In 15 years some 114 million vehicles and possibly as many as 125 million drivers will be choking our highways. Where will they go? What are we doing to cope with the huge flow of traffic on roads and streets today? These questions are examined in a two-part series that begins on page 50

By Kenneth Rudeen

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

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

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