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Shopwalk

New heel-release bindings are the most controversial ski gear since buckle boots

By Paul Stewart

At The Top

NOTRE DAME IN A TUSSLE AT THE TOP

'BAMA'S BIG, BOLD BID IN THE WEEK THAT WAS

Confident but taking nothing for granted, Bear Bryant's Crimson Tide worked Monday to Saturday for the win over Georgia Tech that made it second only to Notre Dame. Here is Alabama's week

By John Underwood

A TRIUMPH FOR NONCONFORMISTS

The Garden State, which gives hints about next year's Derby hopefuls, was won by Sadair, an unimpressively bred colt trained by a former pro football lineman and owned by a lady who dislikes racing

By Whitney Tower

Bellyache

THE $400,000 BELLYACHE

The moment Cassius Clay got sick the red ink began to flow. Now his fight with Sonny Liston is six months away

By Huston Horn

How The West Won

HOW THE WEST HAS WON

For six of of the last seven years the Western Division of the NFL has manhandled the East. How this dominance was achieved—and when and if it will end—is detailed below

By Edwin Shrake

Parallel Skiing

THROW AWAY THAT STEM

With the new season at hand, here is a guide for the skier who wants to move up to the stylish parallel technique. Improvements in teaching methods and the care of slopes make this the best time ever to try

Vail

SIX SQUARE MILES OF POWDER

Colorado's two-year-old Vail becomes a full-grown ski resort this season, with three new double-chair lifts on the mountain and, at its base, a ski village that is a model of sports-community planning

By Fred R. Smith

People

PEOPLE

College Football

The roar of the Tiger is Iacavazzi

The name belongs to Princeton's tailback, who last week led his teammates to the Ivy League title

By Tom C. Brody

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Hockey

Wispy and worrying, but he wins

Detroit's Roger Crozier doesn't look like a goalie and he doesn't act like a goalie. The only thing he does is stop goals like a goalie

By Rex Lardner

Golf

When Mickey Wright did nothing wrong

On the last day of an LPGA tournament in Texas, the tour's finest player turned in the best round of golf ever shot by a woman—a 62 which included eight birdies and an eagle on a course that was far from easy

By Gwilym S. Brown

Horse Shows

Untouchable and inaudible

At the National Horse Show a chestnut gelding named Untouchable was just that, but the audience was not sure, thanks to grumbled announcing

By Alice Higgins

Bridge

Three pairs for one team

By Charles Goren

Winning Loser

The Winning Ways of a Thirty-year Loser

When Art Rooney founded pro football's Pittsburgh Steelers a black notebook served as his office, a handshake closed his deals and he dreamed of championships. Since then he has become a millionaire, made a million friends, built a million-dollar racing interest and has given up trying to run things from a black book. But he and Pittsburgh are still looking for that title

By Gerald Holland

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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