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May 11, 1964 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

The sporty Honda 50 is changing the public's image of the motorcyclist

By Paul Stewart

Droll Scandal

Droll Scandal of the Boules Hustlers

The police made a raid—and all Gaul was united in amused pride to learn that a simple bowling game could inspire so ingenious a swindle, such refinements of corruption

By Paul Evan Ress

The Dancer

THE DANCER DAZZLES OLD KENTUCKY

By Whitney Tower

The Poor Boy Open

NOBODY LOSES AT THE POOR BOY OPEN

The big names and big galleries were at the Tournament of Champions where Jack Nicklaus was cashing in, but the rest of the professional golf tour was enjoying the all-but-private tournament of nonchampions at Burneyville, Okla., an event run by a firm-minded old millionaire who puts the whole thing on for his own amusement

By Edwin Shrake

Al Kaline

THE TORMENTS OF EXCELLENCE

Detroit's Al Kaline looks like a man who plays with consummate ease as well as rare skill, but he is finding it hard to follow baseball's toughest act: himself

By Jack Olsen

Monaco Grand Prix

22[e] grand prix automobile

Chop And Loop Champ

CHAMP OF THE CHOP AND LOOP

Erwin Klein (above) the new national table tennis champion, is a master of the new strokes that have made the onetime basement game faster and trickier than ever

By Barbara La Fontaine

People

PEOPLE

Motor Sports

Ford's up, Jaguar's on deck, Mercedes aims to play

An aggressive stance by Ford in road racing will bring back two of the sport's revered names next year, says the editor of Britain's 'Autosport'

By Gregor Grant

Bridge

Words will never hurt them

The six players on the U.S. women's Olympiad team have experience and skill, but most important of all, they get along with each other

By Charles Goren

Dogs

Money, votes and psychiatry are going to the dogs

Dogs used to be just dogs, but today they are an integral part of the economic, emotional—and even political—life of the U.S.

By Mary Jean Kempner

The Life I Lead

PART I: THE FUNNY, FRANTIC LIFE I LEAD

A professional golfer's existence is the most complex and improbable of any athlete's, his victories and defeats coming amid an unceasing swirl of activities that are at once both mad and meaningful. Recently Tony Lema wrote a candid story about the climb toward the top in golf. Now, at the request of Sports Illustrated, Jack Nicklaus has kept a three-month journal that warmly illuminates a far different facet of the tour: the unique life of the superchamp

By Jack Nicklaus

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

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

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