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June 1, 1964 Table Of Contents

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DOG SHOW EVENTS

Major shows in the East through July 14

Too Much Talk

Too Much Talk Takes the Fun out of a Trip

The author and his wife discovered recently that sometimes it is better not to say anything about plans to travel around the world, especially if there is a doctor in the house

By James Coyle

Muhammad Ali

MUHAMMAD ALI IN AFRICA

Fat Buster

AT THE FAIR WITH FAT BUSTER

Buster Mathis, a lively 295-pounder with speed and personality to spare, was an imposing and talkative winner at the Olympic trials last week. He will lead a strong U.S. boxing team to Tokyo

By Robert H. Boyle

OVER, UNDER AND OVER AGAIN

What happened to 'Doubloon' in the midst of a wild Gulf Stream storm shouldn't happen to a yawl, and skeptical experts say it couldn't. But, according to those who were there, it could and did

By Hugh Whall

Indianapolis

SPEED IN BRIGHT REPOSE

Buddy Edelen

STRAIGHT MAN IN A TWISTY RACE

A forgotten expatriate, Buddy Edelen returns to Yonkers to prove he is the best American marathon runner ever

By John Lovesey

People

PEOPLE

Track

A brisk tuneup for the long season ahead

Looking ahead to a summer of 'fun,' Dyrol Burleson (below left) nipped Tom O'Hara at the tape to head a flourishing brood of U.S. milers

By John Underwood

Baseball

A star on the wrong team

Young Jim Fregosi, shortstop of the Angels, does not receive the acclaim he deserves because in Los Angeles all eyes are on the Dodgers

By Frank Deford

Bridge

Little Major's minor mishap

By Charles Goren

A. J. Foyt

DRIVER IN A TIGHT CORNER

By Bob Ottum

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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