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June 24, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

He Rowed the Wrong Way to Win

Joe Burk's style was strange, but it did not hamper him at Henley

By Paul Stewart

'Ouch' At The T-Bird

THE WORD FOR THE T-BIRD WAS 'OUCH'

The Thunderbird was a rich but routine warmup for the U.S. Open until Jack Nicklaus got a pain in the neck and Arnold Palmer enlivened his comeback with some shots that hurt

By Gwilym S. Brown

Roaring down the River

Pitcher Explosion

THE FORK BALL AND ROY FACE

By Tom C. Brody

Young Sailors

YOUNGSTERS UNDER SAIL AND HOW THEY GET THERE

By Leonard M. Fowle/Junior Yacht Racing Committee, N.A.Y.R.U.

Baseball

The invisible man on the mound

The curious case of Baltimore's Dick Hall, who is 6 feet 6½ inches tall and has the same nickname as Pancho Villa's horse, yet remains wrapped in obscurity after 10 big-league years

By Robert Creamer

Rowing

He gave everything for the Big Red

A mighty effort was needed to save Cornell from Navy. It was made by a sophomore rower named Bettle

By Tom C. Brody

Track & Field

Class wins over mass at Albuquerque

Teams battled for the title in the collegiate championships, but in the end it was the performance of three superstars from Southern California that meant the difference

By Tex Maule

Goodson And Todman

LORDS OF FUN AND GAMES

Mark Goodson (left) and Bill Todman have more than 125 million Americans watching and playing their games each week. As the inventors of contests that demand mild wit and skill and make participants of viewers, they are now the Pooh-Bahs of playland

By Gilbert Rogin

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

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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