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Big Games

THE BIG GAMES

Model Pilot

Pilot with Feet on the Ground

Stunt-flying Champion Robert Gialdini does precision aerobatics—with a model plane attached to two 65-foot lines

By Hal Higdon

Tokyo Bound

TO TOKYO BY INCHES

The length of a toe sometimes was the only difference between success or failure as the U.S.'s best track men strove last week for places on the 1964 Olympic team

By John Underwood

Shining Hour

SHINING HOUR FOR GOLDEN BOY

It was not just an opening game for Paul Hornung—his first in two years. It was a game against the Bears, a team that had beaten the Packers twice in 1963, and in it Hornung had to reestablish his worth

By Tex Maule

Good Heart

A LEG UP ON A GOOD HEART

From an international conference on cardiology comes word that walking—better still, jogging and running—not only strengthens young hearts but may help prevent attacks in older ones

By George Crozier

College Football 1964

A RUNNERS' YEAR

EAGLE OVER ALL

A HUSKY REIGN

A ROYAL PLACE

HIGH ON THE HILL

HAIL TO THE ILLINI

RING THAT BELL

Runners' Year

...AND AUBURN RUNS THE MOST

By Dan Jenkins

Laughead

THE MAD HATTER IN PHOTOLAND

Shouting 'a-huckin' and a-buckin" and dressed as if he had shopped at a rummage sale, zany Sports Photographer Jim Laughead makes people leap and grimace for his camera. But his most colorful subject is himself

By Edwin Shrake

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

The judge commits larceny

By Charles Goren

Tennis

Another long chorus of 'Waltzing Matilda'

In Roy Emerson and Fred Stolle (below), who finished one-two at Forest Hills this week, Australia has the world's best amateurs and a grip on the forthcoming Davis Cup

By Frank Deford

Motors

Chevy's Corsa: A European flair with a U.S. feeling

Stylishly redesigned and steered in a new sales direction, Corvair will come back fast in 1965 as a sprightly—and all-American—sports car

By Bob Ottum

Baseball

Futile surge amid the shuffle

While heads roll and a former owner chastises current management, the Cardinals have been winning steadily but going virtually nowhere

By William Leggett

College Football

Saturday's tough ones

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

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