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Shopwalk

This season's sailing gear is stylish, colorful and, best of all, practical

By Paul Stewart

Table of Contents

POINT OF FACT

A National Basketball Association quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of the fans

By Mary Ann Gould

Rolls-royce Luxury

Rolls-Royce Luxury on the High Seas

The new Calkins 50-foot motorsailer combines the comfort of a powerboat with the speed of a top ocean racer

By Arthur Zich

One-Of-A-Kind

TWO HULLS ARE BETTER THAN ONE

In the One-of-a-Kind Regatta on Biscayne Bay last week a fleet of catamarans and other multihulled boats, like the Malibu outrigger shown here, proved—to all but the stubbornest—that they are by far the fastest

By Arthur Zich

Moving Toward a Day in May

The Finger

AN URGENT MATTER OF ONE INDEX FINGER

A sore finger knocked Sandy Koufax out of action last July and cost the Dodgers the 1962 pennant. Now the Dodgers worry: is the finger better?

By Robert Creamer

Getting Close to the Sun and the Stars

Motor Sports

Big smoke screen in Daytona

Henry Yunick (above) may or may not have connections with General Motors—but oh! how those 'nonracing' Chevrolet engines do purr

By Kenneth Rudeen

Sporting Look

A BURST OF COLOR AFLOAT

By Jo Ahern Zill

Skating

A cozy show of coexistence

Russian and Swedish skaters piled up the gold medals, but Japanese officials set some sort of record for pushing international brotherhood

By Lee Griggs

Hunting

Upland shooting down on Florida's Gold Coast

Wintering sportsmen are enjoying some of the South's best sport just a few minutes' ride from Florida's most fashionable beaches

By Virginia Kraft

Panguitch

THE ONLY GAME IN PANGUITCH, UTAH

Basketball is the winter sport obsession of small-town America, and nowhere is this more evident than in water-poor but tall-boy-rich Panguitch, where high school hero Wally Ortman stands in a vacant corral that serves as makeshift court for the neighborhood

By John Underwood

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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