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Bad Blood

BAD BLOOD IN THE TROPICS

Fidel Castro's Cubans came to Jamaica to win the Caribbean Games, but broken bones and defections accompanied their defeat

By Rex Lardner

THE FALL OF A BATCH OF CUPCAKES

The British turned to youth in a determined effort to wrest the Curtis Cup away from a strong team of U.S. women golfers, but the results in Colorado Springs were an old, old story

By Gwilym S. Brown

Steady As She Goes

Casey and the Cops

Karen Susman

THE DARLING DIPLOMACY OF TENNIS

By Barbara Heilman

Bridge

An orderly route to slam

By Charles Goren

Harness Racing

Blanket of gold for a border raid

Over the line slipped a pair of Canadians to plunder our rich International Trot

By Kenneth Rudeen

Tennis

Young man with will of win

The rarefied atmosphere at 7,400 feet has long made it risky for foreign players to take on Mexico's Davis Cuppers at home, but an even more potent Mexican peril today is an agile whirlwind named Rafael Osuna

By Walter Bingham

Food

To stay thin: eat canard à l'orange

Is the pleasure of eating well a hazard to the waistline? Not necessarily—many great dishes have fewer calories than pork and beans

By Pamela Knight

Boating

Supersailor and a soup tureen

Wisconsin's Buddy Melges achieved the seemingly impossible when he won the Mallory Cup three times, but now he is passing up a fourth chance in order to prepare himself for the 1964 Olympics

By Arthur Zich

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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