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January 20, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

Some of the world's best sportswear can be purchased cheaply in Bermuda

By Paul Stewart

A Wild Time

A Wild Time on the Tracks

Loco-spotting, not cricket, is the No. 1 sporting pastime for more than one million madly keen Englishmen

By John Lovesey

Gamin

GAMIN WITH A WORLD OF GUTS

Winsome, wide-eyed and utterly fearless, Jean Saubert led the American ski team to a string of pre-Olympic triumphs and charmed half of Europe with her bubbling delight in just about everything

By Dan Jenkins

BOATS LOOK LIKE BOATS AGAIN

By Hugh Whall

MIAMI'S PICKS: SLICK AND RICK

Though they have no gym to call their own, a coach devoted to positive thinking and a player obsessed with scoring points have changed this blasé city's attitude toward basketball

By John Underwood

A Jump for Joy Too Soon

Amphibious Resorts

THE AMPHIBIOUS RESORTS

SIX ACRES AND A SEA FULL OF GLORIES

The typical, lavish Caribbean resort offers its guests a giddy array of artificial pleasures. But what many travelers want today is a simple place on an island yet unspoiled, where they can swim, snorkel, scuba dive, sail and fish. Those who have such a modest goal should look up the little island called Marina Cay and its proprietor, Allan Batham, who loves water and all that is on it and beneath it

By Coles Phinizy

Sporting Look

SWIMSUITS THAT ARE MADE TO GET WET

Sneakers And Snorkels

SNEAKERS AND SNORKELS

In the shallows off Tobago, octogenarians in sneakers stand knee-deep on Buccoo Reef and watch the fish through face plates. Off Cozumel, Bonaire and Anegada, more adventurous divers explore sunken galleons. All are discovering the beauties of the world below the surface of the sea. The map on these pages and the Travel Facts that follow show where to find the best guides, the gear, the fish, the reefs and the wrecks

By Fred R. Smith

People

PEOPLE

Boxing

A Continental comeback

Floyd Patterson may be a loser at home but in Sweden, where he won his first fight since the two Liston fiascos, he is a national hero

By John Lovesey

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

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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