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March 26, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

A Stanley Cup playoff quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

Yesterday

Champions of the Garlic Derby

They're off and reeking at Le Trianon, with a press agent lurking behind the racing snails

By Robert De Roos

Anarchy

KILL THE UMPIRE? WHY BOTHER? HE'S QUITTING

The persistent war on officiating is driving out the good men and encouraging the bad. If games are to be handled well, coaches, clubs and crowds have to mend their wayward ways

By John Underwood

FLOYD YAWNS WHILE SONNY SIGNS

But Heavyweight Champion Patterson, by his own admission, had better be wide-awake mentally as well as physically when he steps out against massive Challenger Liston

By Martin Kane

Grudge Match

A GRUDGE MATCH FOR THE NATIONAL TITLE

Cincinnati and Ohio State have been waiting for a whole year to tackle each other again. They should meet Saturday night in Louisville despite the best efforts of Wake Forest and upstart UCLA

By Ray Cave

$100,000 Slip

THE SLIP THAT COST $100,000

For letting his stick fly in a critical hockey game, Detroit Goalie Hank Bassen incurred a penalty that may have boosted New York into the rich postseason playoffs

By Kenneth Rudeen

Mexican Boy

MEXICO SENDS A BOY TO SEBRING

Although he is only 20 years old, Ricardo Rodriguez has an icy passion for racing and a startling self-confidence: he thinks he can do a man's job at Sebring and in the Grand Prix season

By Kenneth Rudeen

Hofheinz

FAST MAN WITH A .45

After 87 years, the National League should be impervious to shock. Wait till it runs into Houston's Roy Hofheinz, the man behind the new Colt .45s

By Roy Terrell

Wrestling

Little man with a big lock on records

He's 115-pound Gray Simons, the winningest college wrestler ever, who this week tries for his third straight NCAA title

By Herman Weiskopf

Horse Racing

A long view of racing

Shunning the big purses of the winter, some trainers still prepare for the late-season classics in the traditional manner

By Whitney Tower

Boating

Voices from the wings

Master Crewman Paul Elvstrom gave the orders aboard Denmark's winning boat, but the thoroughly beaten Russians had the last word

By Arthur Zich

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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