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April 6, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

A new shop in Los Angeles has become a gathering place for tennis "insiders"

By Jule Campbell

The Squabbler

The Squabbler of the Squash Courts

Vic Niederhoffer brought a touch of Brooklyn rowdiness to Harvard and a traditionally genteel game

By Rex Lardner

Taking Stock

TAKING STOCK OF SONNY LISTON

An investigation of boxing by a U.S. Senate subcommittee reveals that the ex-heavyweight champion was generous to a fault with the kind of friends he was supposed to have given up long ago

By Robert H. Boyle

Two Guys Named Joe

TWO GUYS NAMED JOE JOLT ITHACA

Helped by a posse of Cowboys and Sooners, 130-pound Yo-Jo Uetake and his heavyweight teammate, Big Joe James, pinned the best wrestling teams in the land as Oklahomans won their 30th NCAA title

By Martin Kane

Masters Preview

THE KEY TO THE MASTERS

The defending champion, himself one of golf's great power hitters (see cover), analyzes the Augusta National Golf Club course and presents indisputable proof that the Masters gives the long driver a remarkable advantage over the rest of the field—a conclusion supported by the results in recent years

By Jack Nicklaus

THOSE WHO WATCH GOLF BEAR WATCHING

Fifth Street Gym

THE DINGY, SPRIGHTLY HOME OF THE GOOD ONES

The big, drab room, about as appetizing as a dish of roach powder, is almost ail there is to the Fifth Street Gym in Miami Beach. From it, however, flows a ceaseless stream of champions, not the least of them Cassius Clay and Willie Pastrano

By Tex Maule

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Spahn and who? is the Braves' battle cry

To back up the great left-hander, Milwaukee is committed to pitchers with unfamiliar names and unproved talent, a gamble inspired by the team's failure to finish in the first division for the first time in 11 years

By Frank Deford

Cards

A case of gin in Vegas

High-stakes players from all over the country attended the Las Vegas tournament, won by a stockbroker named Manny Rose

By Charles Goren

Augusta

AUGUSTA: Where Georgia Retaliates for Sherman's March

Thousands of golf followers are once more set to descend on this spoof of a spa. There they will happily retest the theory that it takes more sportsmanship—and courage—to face up to the challenge of Augusta and its Bon Air Hotel than it does to win the Masters

By Dan Jenkins

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

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