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Shooting And Field Trials

SHOOTING EVENTS AND FIELD TRIALS

Yesterday

Short Noisy Return of Dizzy

Most people think Dizzy Dean pitched his last big-league game in 1941—but that only shows how ignorant they are

By Ted O'Leary

Vikings

NOW THE NFL'S TODDLERS RUN WITH THE BIG MEN

In the melee of the National Football League's two-game-old season—with no team unbeaten or untied—the Minnesota Vikings first walloped the contending Colts and then scared the champion Bears

By Edwin Shrake

Yankees

OUT IN FRONT WITH A NEW LOOK

Through a season of unaccustomed struggle against teams they used to brush aside, the Yankees have been sustained by a brash, clowning crew that last week helped them into the league lead

By William Leggett

Rout

LESS A RACE THAN A GHASTLY ROUT

By Carleton Mitchell

Rabbits

HIPPITY HOP AND AWAY WE GO

Rabbits of varied hues run rampant on San Juan Island in Puget Sound, and dedicated hunters with nets chase them in bouncing buggies through the moonlight—and through the looking glass

By Virginia Kraft

Bridge

No Jack Dalton to save the day

By Charles Goren

College Football

A nightmarish ending for Spook Murphy's dream

Coach Murphy and his Memphis State Tigers thought they could upset Mississippi, but the Rebels put them right in their tank

By Dan Jenkins

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Golf

The Saint gets revenge on King Tut

Some West Virginia old folk carry their long-standing rivalry into the finals of the National Amateur

By Alfred Wright

Tennis

A young, fresh setting for the old Davis Cup

This week's Challenge Round between Australia and the U.S. takes place not at Forest Hills but at a junior high school in Cleveland

By Frank Deford

Doyt Perry

HE'LL NEVER LEAVE OHIO

Unlike My Sister Eileen, Doyt Perry of Bowling Green has no reason to lament 'Why, O Why, O Why O?' That's because he's staying put. A small-town pool, poker and golf shark, he is the country's most successful major-college coach, and he will teach football right at home, thank you

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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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