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April 16, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

A golf quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

By Pat Ryan

Postal Chess

Enclosed Please Find a Checkmate

The pace of postal chess is stately rather than dizzying: a game lasts a year, a tournament as long as eight years

By Richard Roberts

The Masters

ARNOLD PALMER GETS A BIG REVENGE

By Alfred Wright

RECORD-BREAKING DAY IN AUSTIN

A small, almost unknown band of runners from an all-Negro college captured honor, glory and the fans at the Texas Relays

By Tex Maule

Eddie Arcaro

'WHAT A FINE LITTLE MAN'

Eddie Arcaro, the world's premier jockey and one of Thoroughbred racing's most colorful personalities for three decades, has called it quits at the age of 46

By William Leggett

Roll-a Bowl-a Boom

YOUTH PUTS THE U.S. IN FRONT

By Arlie W. Schardt

Donna De Varona

STILL ON TOP AT 14

Donna de Varona is a high school freshman and an Olympic veteran and a world record holder. But still, she's worried: any day some upstart 12-year-old kid might swim right past her

By Barbara Heilman

Rookie

THE SPRINGTIME TRIALS OF A ROOKIE

For seven weeks a young ballplayer lives with the doubts of his future as he tries to make one of the major league teams

By Huston Horn

EIGHT HUNGRY DOGS

Boating

Hung up on a fine point of law

A rules change made to promote harmony has spawned confusion and made sailing a duller sport

By Carleton Mitchell

Hunting

A real bargain hunter

Spending a few dollars on a day off from his chores, a lucky hay farmer bags a prize moose

By Duncan Barnes

Food

Pigeons and grass fish at the Inn of Longevity

By Stanley Karnow

Bridge

The last shall be first

Not even seeded in the top 20, a St. Louis team survived a three-way round robin and won the Vanderbilt trophy at the Spring Nationals

By Charles Goren

Golf

Using a wedge to avoid a risk

By Jack Nicklaus

Boxing

The count: one, two, three and out

The protracted, even ridiculous, series of fights between Paul Pender and England's Terry Downes came to a gratifying conclusion in Boston last weekend when Pender regained, as expected, his middleweight title

By Gilbert Rogin

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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