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Shopwalk

Andre's Manhattan shop specializes in custom-made garments for skiers

By Felicia Lee

One To Go

HALF A GAME OUT AND ONE TO GO

The St. Louis Cardinals ran their Eastern Division pennant halfway up the flagpole last Sunday by beating the Cleveland Browns. But the final effort on the hoist must come this week from the New York Giants

By Edwin Shrake

BOOM WENT THE ANVIL CHORUS

Like resounding thunder from the timpani, Michigan's trio of giants drummed out Duke's defeat. They proved that their speed cannot be discounted but that power is still the Wolverines' ultimate weapon

By Frank Deford

Some Ships of the Desert on a Long, Long Safari

Two Swingers

A TRIUMPH FOR TWO SWINGERS

In a Hawaiian setting that offered palm trees, luxury hotels, Pacific surf and even hula lessons, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer played powerful golf to win the Canada Cup for the U.S.

By Alfred Wright

Remember Lucadello

I REMEMBER LUCADELLO

Now is the season of menacing parties at which the sports fan finds himself drowning in a sea of quasi-cultural talk. Here is how one culture-poor but baseball-rich slob saves face

By Robert Creamer

A BOWL OF ORANGE FOR A PICK-ME-UP

People

PEOPLE

Hunting

A high time on a low tide

A minus tide on the coast of Puget Sound is a plus for geoduc hunters who march to the beaches to battle the giant bivalves man to clam

By Virginia Kraft

Bridge

Don't fool around with fancy gadgets

By Charles Goren

College Football

The fastest human in spikes—or cleats

The Olympic 100-meter champion, Bob Hayes, closed out his college football career as Florida A & M beat Grambling last week. He was one of eight pro-draft choices in the Negro bowl game, and may be the best

By Tom C. Brody

Sporting Look

Testing ground for powderproof parkas

Motor Sports

Scourge of Hangover Alley

Sipping soda among the migraines, Texan Jim Hall (sending out a Chaparral, above) fielded the winners in Nassau's intoxicating week

By Bob Ottum

Tough Cookie

TOUGH COOKIE MARCHES TO HIS OWN DRUMMER

All his life Carlton Gilchrist has done things his own way. A fortnight ago his willfulness so enraged the coach and owner of the Buffalo Bills that they were ready to waive him goodbye. But he is back again—an army of one

By Edwin Shrake

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD