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April 29, 1963 Table Of Contents

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DOG SHOWS

Eastern events through June 16

Champion

How to Make a Champion out of a 4-year-old

By Parke Cummings

Boston Marathon

EVERYBODY RUNS TO BOSTON

Thundering down the main street of Hopkinton, Mass. last week came a herd of runners, the 245 entrants in the Boston Marathon. There were big runners and small runners, young runners and old runners, lean runners and even a few fat runners. Some were out for a lark, some merely to finish—but quite a few were out to win. The man who did, Aurele Vandendriessche of Belgium, set a course record as he defeated a brilliant field that included some of the world's best long-distance runners

By Walter Bingham

Hot Team

A HOT TEAM IN THE OLD TOWN

Philadelphia, it has been said, is a city that loves a loser. Now that the new young Phillies seem to have developed winning ways, the inhabitants don't know whether to laugh or cry

By William Leggett

Players And People

PLAYERS ARE NOT JUST PEOPLE

Betting on professional football games seems a natural thing to many millions of people. But last week NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle made some old truths painfully clear

By Tex Maule

For frolicsome foals or finicky fans nothing is more glorious than A BLUEGRASS SPRING

Not So Gently

NOT SO GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM

A long weekend loaf on a lazy river is the object of a canoe float, but there are always unimagined hazards when one leaves the friendly shore in a fragile shell, and no waterborne search for peace can escape them

By Alice Higgins

Horse Racing

The case of the curious colt

Suddenly the Derby has become a three-horse race, thanks to a nosy, nervous youngster

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

A chancy way to win

By Charles Goren

Tennis

An Aussie for the future

Tony Roche is only 17 and fresh off the farm, but already he has the faraway look of Lew Hoad and a nearly complete bag of tennis tricks

By Frank Deford

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

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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