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Shopwalk

Skate boots are hand-processed in a shop run by the Stanzione family

By Felicia Lee

Yesterday

A Rooster with a Rather Mean Kick

By Steve Perkins

Still Hurt And Lost

Still Hurt And Lost

His famous glare more tortured than terrifying, Sonny Liston cannot escape anguished memories of his beating by Cassius Clay in Miami. Although he is the betting favorite in his return bout with the champion in Boston next week, Liston will be on the short end of physical and tactical odds

By Gilbert Rogin

Jerry Rhome

A SHARP CHANGE IN THE GAME

The big news in college football is the sudden spread of pro-type platooning. Its most ardent exponent is Tulsa, where the remarkable Jerry Rhome is throwing the ball better than any quarterback ever

By Dan Jenkins

Tomi Ungerer Links the Post and the Future with Pro Football

Catalogs

A CATALOG CACHE

College Football

Some little men who think they are Packers

They come from Wittenberg University and they haven't lost in three years. All of which proves you can be as good as you want, especially if you have a Charlie Green who passes with the best and might become a pro

By Tom C. Brody

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Boating

Desert full of motorboats

Only a damp patch in the sand, 200 feet below ocean level, California's Salton Sea last week provided a fierce test for U.S. powerboat racers

By Hugh Whall

Pro Football

The ball game that never was

Gary Cuozzo, Baltimore's second-string quarterback, passes to Ray Berry for the final touchdown. The score: Baltimore 48, Buffalo 7

By Tex Maule

Down The Drain

AMERICA DOWN THE DRAIN

The author, long an ardent conservationist and now a very worried one as well, rises in personal and purposeful wrath to denounce those he calls the spoilers of the country. He itemizes the vastness of their wreckage—past and planned—and he mourns for an America that he fears is lost forever

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

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