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Booktalk

The doubtful future of waterfowl is studied by an assortment of experts

By Duncan Barnes

Gambling, Thoroughbreds and harness racing make up a three-book parlay

By Robert Cantwell

Gotta Have Art

You Gotta Have Art—and a Lot More

By Parke Cummings

Touched By Stardust

A WHOLE TEAM TOUCHED BY STARDUST

Led by marvelous Bill Bradley, Princeton routed the East's best and swept on to the finals of the national basketball championship in Portland where, still the underdog, it faces Michigan and then, hopefully, UCLA

By Frank Deford

Ski Races

RACY HERREN AND FAST FEMMES

Propelled by a surprise star, Austrian men swooped to victory in the American International ski races in Colorado, while French girls took the feminine laurels and the U.S., alas, was outskied once again

By Dan Jenkins

Sebring

ONCE AROUND THE CLOCK SWIFTLY ROLLING

By Bob Ottum

Al Lopez

THE VALIANT YANKEE-CHASER

Only twice in 16 seasons have the New York Yankees lost pennants—both times to teams managed by Al Lopez. Now spring is here again and so is Lopez, insisting, as always, that 'the Yankees can be beaten'

By Gilbert Rogin

The Long Irons: Part Two

TIPS AND WARNINGS

There are intriguing adjustments that can be made in the basic long-iron swing, some of which make these difficult clubs more reliable and others of which offer the possibility of hitting complex shots. Last week the British Open champion explained the fundamentals of sound long-iron play. Now he turns to percentages, curves, finesse, trouble, sand and even philosophy

By Tony Lema

People

PEOPLE

Boxing

Two-for-one revival meeting at the Garden

The boxing renaissance in New York gets a double lift March 30, when swift and tricky José Torres (above) goes after Willie Pastrano's light heavyweight title and José Stable challenges Welter King Emile Griffith

By Edwin Shrake

Bridge

A tattletale from the living room

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

Add this pair to your Derby list

Isle of Greece and Tom Rolfe, a son of Ribot, are colts of classic bearing. Either could be a threat

By Whitney Tower

College Basketball

Twelve flew out of the pressure cooker

Reduced one way or another by the perplexities of their game, a dozen college basketball coaches have become ex-coaches since the season ended. Others may follow. What caused this run of resignations?

By John Underwood

Boating

Another Morgan sails the sea for treasure

The America's Cup is the loot that Skipper Charles Morgan has his eye on. The way he goes after it is reminiscent of Morgan the Pirate

By Hugh Whall

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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