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Point Of Fact

POINT OF FACT

A Little Brown Jug quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of harness-racing fans

By Pat Ryan

Yesterday

A Mailman Moves a Mountain

Baseball Commissioner Landis once backed down on one of his edicts because of a friendship between Joe Judge and an obscure postman

By George McEvoy

Golden Weekend

A LOT OF GOLD IN 48 HOURS

THE WINNER WAS THE RULER WITH FLOPPY EARS

By Whitney Tower

SHOW OF HANDS FOR THE NO. 1 ARM

By William Leggett

A PAIR OF PAINED PLUTOCRATS GAVE TV A SHOW

By Gwilym S. Brown

IT WAS ANYBODY'S CHAMPIONSHIP—UNTIL A MEXICAN WITH A DEFT TOUCH MADE IT HIS

By Walter Bingham

TOO MANY CHIEFS MADE TOO MANY TOUCHDOWNS

By Dan Jenkins

Sports Page Makers

MAKERS OF THE SPORTS PAGE

Four men—a Greek historian, a Holy Roman Emperor, a French count and an English duke—were the first influential writers on sport. This is the story of their lives and how they shaped an art

By Percy Knauth

Bridge

My team was dealt a body blow

By Charles Goren

Baseball

The annual rite of fall

As the season approaches for chopping off managers' heads, here is a list of those who are safe—and a few who might be wise to duck

By Robert Creamer

Boating

Two Texans shoot it out with a pair of 5.5s

Ernest and Albert Fay (right) take on the world in a month-long race series in rugged Olympic sailboats

By Hugh Whall

Ron Mix

I SWORE I WOULD QUIT FOOTBALL

That was the vow Ron Mix took in high school, but he broke it and went on to become the best offensive lineman in the AFL. He is also the best writer in professional football—a curious accolade, perhaps, but one he earns with this revealing training camp diary

By Ron Mix

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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