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February 11, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

Hockey in a Slapstick Style

Jean Baptiste Pusie clowned his way into a brief fame as a hockey player. But then the laughs grew hollow

By Stan Fischler

Flying Start

A FLYING START FOR THE U.S.S.R.

They weren't really in condition, protested three Russian trackmen, but they jolted U.S. prestige with three brilliant wins

By Gwilym S. Brown

PAYDAY ON THE SENIOR CIRCUIT

When the old pros gathered for the PGA Seniors' championship there was conviviality aplenty, but there was nothing casual about the $30,000 purse or the sprightly golf that won it

By Robert Creamer

Maestro

A Maestro Tunes His Teen Ski Stars

Judging Dogs

HOW TO SUCCEED AT A DOG SHOW WITHOUT REALLY CHEATING

Judging dogs is an art, according to one of the topmost authorities, but conning the judge into picking the wrong dog can be a sort of science

By Huston Horn

FASCINATING WORLD OF GALLERIES

Jucker

THE COACH OF EVERY YEAR

Some basketball laurels have escaped Edwin Jucker of Cincinnati, but no national championship has. He's won two in two years and has an excellent chance to make it three

By Walter Bingham

Horse Racing

Sweet talk about Candy Spots

Another Kentucky Derby winner is coming out of California and Rex Ellsworth's stable, say rabid Westerners who backed Swaps

By Whitney Tower

Boating

The big blow and the Blue Pig

Neither calm nor storm could halt the rivalry between two Californians racing each other from one side of Florida to the other

By Arthur Zich

Middleburg

A RAMPART OF PEDIGREE

Middleburg, Virginia is the home of the well-bred foxhound and the well-bred fox hunter, and a society built around riding the well-bred horse

By Huston Horn

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

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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