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December 3, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Ski Facilities

NEW SKI FACILITIES

Pro Football

PRO FOOTBALL PULLS A DOUBLE REVERSE

In the season's biggest upset, Detroit humbled the Green Bay Packers to make a race of it in the West. Then in another surprise, the burgeoning Giants all but wrapped up the Eastern title

By Tex Maule

SOMETHING'S UP IN SYRACUSE

By getting a big jump in the game they wanted to win the most, pro basketball's small-town team ran right past mighty Boston and into first place in the NBA's Eastern Division

By William Leggett

TWO GOOFS KILL THE GOPHERS

Minnesota seemingly had the game won, but a roughing penalty—and a rougher penalty on a loose tongue—swung the tide and the Big Ten championship to the Wisconsin Badgers

By Gwilym S. Brown

Moscow's Misty Mystery

Red Kelly

A RED JUST LEFT OF CENTER

As a rookie lawmaker Leonard Kelly (above) is a liberal, but on the ice he is the conservative playmaker who gave Toronto a Stanley Cup

By Arlie W. Schardt

Ski Resorts

THE SWEET SNOWY LOOK OF SUCCESS

By Ezra Bowen

College Football

Master in the Ivy's den of virility

Bob Blackman led Dartmouth to an undefeated season—and the 'animals' from Hanover loved it

By John Underwood

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Boxing

The only pro in the iron world of 'state amateurs'

The middleweight champion of Europe is Laszlo Papp, a handsome Hungarian who trains on hot paprika and always has to fight out of town

By John Lovesey

Motor Sports

A fiesta of cars for Puerto Rico

Vivacious islanders and Roger Penske, the thinking man's driver, were the stars of an attractive new event that should become a fall fixture

By Kenneth Rudeen

UNTHRIFTY GLEE

Bridge

Texans lead the way as the U.S. picks a team

A tense, testing playoff in Phoenix produces a six-man World Championship squad that has a strong blend of youth and experience, likes simple bidding and could jolt the Europeans

By Charles Goren

Horse Shows

Toronto's wailing wall

The normally decorous horsy set is still simmering over the snafu at the Royal

By Alice Higgins

Of Giants

IN SEARCH OF GIANTS

Charlie Mayo might have been a writer, but his passion for bluefin tuna has ruled his life for 30 years. Through patient study of his quarry's habits, he is without peer at putting anglers on the big fish

By Roy Terrell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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