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Yesterday

The Pig That Paved the Way to the Game

College students had a tougher time getting to distant football games in 1916 than they do today. Here is how an enterprising group from Wisconsin solved the problem

By Frank Birch

Pesticides

THE LIFE-GIVING SPRAY

Contrary to the dire prophecies of Rachel Carson's best-selling 'Silent Spring,' pesticides like those being dusted over the California farm below have helped produce the nation's healthiest wildlife crop in many decades

By Virginia Kraft

A RUEFUL DREAM COME TRUE

While his backers wring their hands and the heavyweight champion goes weak with laughter, Cassius Clay signs for a title fight with Sonny Liston in February, probably in Las Vegas

By Huston Horn

THE UPSTARTS HIT JUDGMENT DAY

Auburn, Illinois and Baylor had not counted on high station but, powerful in their own conference races, they stayed on top to the finish—almost

Vermont

NEW SUGAR IN AN OLD STATE

With agriculture falling off and the maple syrup industry now a mere drop in the bucket, the cold winters in Vermont are being warmed these days by a welcome avalanche of skiing money

By Huston Horn

Winter Tennis

IT'S WINTERTIME, SO LET'S PLAY TENNIS

By Rex Lardner

College Football

A coach even the faculty likes

Win or lose, John Bridgers of Baylor is an anomaly on campus. He really thinks the game is fun

By Morton Sharnik

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Bridge

A family affair in Miami

By Charles Goren

Pro Football

Y. A. Tittle Is the Best Policy

At 37 he should be selling insurance instead of throwing a football, but the Giants' insurance man is paying a bigger dividend each year

By Tex Maule

Horse Racing

DuPonts—win and place

America's best grass horse defeated its best all-round horse in the Laurel International, but the prize money mostly stayed in the family

By Whitney Tower

Dogs

Not poodle, not pointer, but both dogs in one

New to the Western Hemisphere, the mongrellike pudelpointer has been carefully crossbred to make it a competent dog-of-all-trades

By Duncan Barnes

Bill Russell

'WE ARE GROWN MEN PLAYING A CHILD'S GAME'

The bearded man laughing at his daughter is Bill Russell, the most remarkable basketball player of our time. Sport, however, is one of his lesser interests. Here are his trenchant, often angry observations on today's Negro-white crisis and his role in it

By Gilbert Rogin

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

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