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April 1, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

A Stanley Cup playoff quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

Yesterday

They All Missed a Bet on Big Red

Everyone, that is, except his owner, who cleaned up when the greyhound romped in at 100 to 1

By Peter B. Kyne

Death Of A Champion

DEATH OF A CHAMPION

Battered helpless by Sugar Ramos, Champion Davey Moore sits on the canvas at Dodger Stadium a moment after his head bounced off the ring ropes. An hour later Moore fell into a deep coma, and three days later he died, setting off new demands from California to Rome that boxing be outlawed

By Morton Sharnik

Ramblers Wreck Cincy

THE RAMBLERS WRECK CINCY

Conservative Cincinnati had its third straight national championship all but won. Then brash Loyola broke through the Bearcat stall for an almost unbelievable last-second victory

By John Underwood

THE ALMOST PERFECT PILGRIMAGE OF BOOP AND HIS GROUP

By Walter Bingham

THE MASTERS

War At Augusta

READY FOR WAR AT AUGUSTA

GOLF'S BIG THREE, THE RULERS OF THE PRO TOUR, WILL MAKE THE MASTERS AN EPIC BATTLE—AND OTHERS HAVE COMBAT PLANS, TOO

By Alfred Wright

Boston Girl

A BOSTON GIRL'S LONG VOYAGE HOME

As trim as her beloved 'Bolero,' Sally Langmuir is one of very few women hardy enough to brave the rigors of ocean racing. In winds and storms she has found resolution and contentment

By Arthur Zich

Frogs

THE FROGS OF SPRING ARE SPRINGING FOR THEIR LIVES

'O to be a frog, lads, and live aloof from care' is a pretty jazzy translation of a quote from Theocritus, the Greek poet. In those days frogs lived like Riley, but now, with gourmets eating them provençale and natural enemies still eating them raw...

By Barbara Heilman

Swimming

Four wild days and nights at Yale

Records were broken with awesome regularity during the AAU championships, a frothy battle from which Indiana's taut-trained swimmers emerged with a national title they have long wanted and deserved

By Rex Lardner

Motor Sports

Tune-up for an American assault

Fearless Ferraris, much as expected, took the first six places at Sebring, but some new U.S. cars looked like bright winners of the future

By Kenneth Rudeen

Bridge

A gift of bad luck from a lady

By Charles Goren

TV Fitness

Fitness Takes a Beating on Television

Next week the 'Dick Powell Theater' asks the question: Can Underdog Ricardo Montalban (supine with barbell below) find happiness matching muscle with the villainous Lee Marvin (standing)?

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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