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February 8, 1965 Table Of Contents

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Smashing Hurrah

SMASHING HURRAH FOR THE LAKERS

By John Underwood

OKAY—BUT DON'T BRING ON CLAY

Floyd Patterson came on strong in the last rounds to get a unanimous decision over a game George Chuvalo. The fight was exciting but neither man proved he has any business in the top heavyweight class

By Tex Maule

AMERICA'S PRIZE STAYS FRENCH

The world's toughest trotting race, up hill and down dale and fetlock-deep in cinders, was won by the best horse in France, with the aid of some careful legislation by the wealthy farmers of Normandy

By Patricia Ryan

Champion Pointer

THE POINT ABOUT A CHAMPION IS HOW HE DOES IT

By Duncan Barnes

Tenley Albright

THERE IS A DOCTOR ON THE ICE

Her home is a Beacon Hill apartment, the doctor is a skater and Tenley Albright's husband, Tudor Gardiner, is a classical philologist who likes to wrestle

By Barbara La Fontaine

People

PEOPLE

Track & Fleld

One Canadian takes charge of three meets

He is tireless Bill Crothers who—as leader of a vigorous foreign invasion—last week added three more victories to a growing collection that could encompass most of the indoor season's middle-distance races

By Gwilym S. Brown

Skiing

Two Canadians raid Aspen

Led by a swift Little Annie Rooney and a studious stripling, a new Dominion team startled U.S. skiers in Aspen's Roch Cup meet

By Bob Ottum

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

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