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Shopwalk

Umbrellas and canes for sporting use are featured at a New York store

By Jule Campbell

Fight

TO FIGHT OR NOT TO FIGHT?

That was the foolish question the World Boxing Association asked at its convention about the Clay-Liston rematch. Expectably, it provided a foolish answer—but the fight will be held anyway

By Robert H. Boyle

Beer Money

WINNING A BARREL OF BEER MONEY

A brewery put up golf's biggest purse and pros from around the world tried to take it, but the foreigners never had a real chance as Bobby Nichols held off Arnold Palmer and won the $35,000 first prize

By Alfred Wright

A SLIPPERY GHOST SPOOKS 'EAGLE'

Emerson

BRIGHT SHINE ON AN OLD SHOE

Roy Emerson is regarded by many people as just folks, but he is the world's best amateur tennis player

By Frank Deford

Pro Football 1964

A Year of Change, Problems and Prosperity

By Tex Maule

An Old Story: the Giants and Tittle

A PEDANTIC PROFESSOR WHO LIKES TO BUCK LONG ODDS

Gambling on Tittle is only one example of the brinksmanship practiced by Allie Sherman, who also has scrapped his defense.

By Tex Maule

So, in the East: Browns? Cardinals? Cowboys?

For five years the Giants have towered over the Eastern Division. Now any one of three teams—St. Louis, Dallas and Cleveland—could topple one of pro football's most determined dynasties

Some Bad News for the Bears

Without Paul Hornung, Green Bay finished half a game behind Chicago last year. Hornung has come back strong, and so have the Packers

A Boot for Boston, a Chance for K.C.

With a fine line and a sharp Cookie, the Buffalo Bills should top the East. The Kansas City Chiefs, if they live up to promise, could surprise the San Diego Chargers right out of the championship

By Edwin Shrake

Blocking

Green Bay Blocks to Win

Shock troopers of the Packer offense, Guards Jerry Kramer and Fuzzy Thurston are its indispensable men. In words and pictures Sports Illustrated delineates the arts of pro football's mightiest blockers

By Morton H. Sharnik

People

PEOPLE

Motor Sports

If you can't beat them, get them to join you

That was the Ford idea at Milwaukee. With top Indy drivers behind the Detroit product, the oldtime Offenhausers were all the way out

By Bob Ottum

Horse Racing

It Was Sire and Son Day at Saratoga

When Bold Lad ran away with the Hopeful, Bold Ruler earned fresh laurels as a father of champions

By Whitney Tower

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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

POINT OF FACT

An America's Cup quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

By Peggy Downey

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