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POINT OF FACT

A college football quiz to tease the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

By Mary Ann Gould

Yesterday

Bobby's Barnstorming Bust

A postseason baseball trip by a dream team of All-Star major leaguers ended in a nightmare

By John M. Ross

World Series

THE PITCHERS STAND AND FIGHT

It figured to be a case of swat vs. swat. Instead, the Series developed into a contest between two suddenly brilliant pitching staffs

By Roy Terrell

Poor Jack

POOR JACK—HIS HORSE RAN OUT

Jack Price was a smash hit in Paris. So was Carry Back until Europe's richest race was actually run. He finished 10th, but Jack still thinks he's the best and has issued a challenge

By Whitney Tower

Watkins Glen

A BLOKES' DUEL AT WATKINS GLEN

Front runners Graham Hill and Jimmy Clark, battling for the world driving championship, met at Watkins Glen last week, and the results pleased the automakers

By Kenneth Rudeen

PAINT, POLISH, PIPES & POWER

Bridge

Right play, wrong number

By Charles Goren

Pro Football

The Redskins find a new kick—winning

Victory was a forgotten word in Washington before Norman Snead (above), high-stepping Bobby Mitchell and some sage old pros got together on what is now a rousing good team

By Tex Maule

Sporting Look

REVIVAL FOR TWEED SUITS

By Fred R. Smith

College Football

A big ol' country boy with a big ol' country pass

TCU's Sonny Gibbs laughs and talks as tall as he walks. He is also a prime candidate for All-America selection—even if his press agent does say so

By John Underwood

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Game Wardens

Long Hours, Low Pay and Guns Fired in Anger

The nation's game wardens, protectors of our remaining wildlife heritage, are dedicated men who love the land and the open air and persistently do their jobs in spite of

By Barbara Heilman

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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