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Cricket Made Easy

Cricket Made Easy, or At Least Possible

Expert Gertrude Jacobs films what may be loosely called 'the action' at the Staten Island Cricket Club in New York, scene of much of the cricket played in this country

By Barbara La Fontaine

Curling Playdown

A STONE'S THROW TO A PLAYDOWN

A young Wisconsin rink beat old, canny Illinois last week in the U.S. curling championships and now goes after the world title

By Barbara La Fontaine

Open Season

OPEN SEASON ON THE WOLVERINE

College basketball's title tournament begins with everyone convinced that the winner will have to beat Michigan at some point. The team with the best chance bears a close resemblance to previous champions

By Frank Deford

NO PLACE TO WEAR HIS CROWN

Ernie Terrell won the WBA version of the heavyweight championship by beating Eddie Machen—and proved that he is no threat to Cassius Clay, Sonny Liston or Floyd Patterson. Given a right hand, though...

By Tex Maule

Garagiola

THE SWEET SOUND OF SUCCESS

Joe Garagiola, baseball's most famous .250 hitter, reached the top in broadcasting—his new career—when he took Mel Allen's spot with the New York Yankees

By Huston Horn

The Long Irons

PART ONE: A NEW WAY TO PLAY LONG IRONS

The British Open Champion shows how golf's most difficult clubs can be mastered by combining rhythm and restraint with some modern concepts that greatly simplify the entire swing

By Tony Lema

Sporting Look

THE LIGHT AND SHINY WET LOOK

Horse Racing

The bay and the gray were a perfect parlay

By winning the two big prizes of the winter, gray Native Charger and bay Lucky Debonair deepened the puzzle of the Kentucky Derby

By Whitney Tower

Golf

Warm hopes for a man with a cold touch

Ken Venturi tests his ailing hands and gets some promising results

By Gwilym S. Brown

Pickles, Hosses

PICKLES, HOSSES AND MY MAN FROM PRINCETON

At the winter quarters of Greentree, one of the last of the classic stables, a loquacious groom (right) and his boss talk about their handcrafted Thoroughbreds

By Jack Olsen

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

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

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