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Shopwalk

The delicate mechanism of a gun can be protected in the right case for travel

By Duncan Barnes

Yesterday

Stage Center for the Heavyweights

The drama knew it was in a fight when Sullivan made an entrance—and when Jim Corbett (left) struck an attitude, he sent it down for the count

By Thomas F. Moore

The Jump

THE JUMP THAT WON A GRAND NATIONAL

After months of stern preparation, a small but significant discovery just before the race ensured the first all-American victory in England's 126-year-old Grand National Steeplechase as the Maryland-bred Jay Trump and his amateur Virginia jockey, Tommy Smith, defeated 46 other starters

By Martin Kane

The Masters

TWO DARING WAYS TO ATTACK THE MASTERS

The ruler of Augusta, Arnold Palmer, has prepared for battle by resting, while Jack Nicklaus is trying the casual approach. The result of their unorthodox plans could be a head-on duel

By Gwilym S. Brown

Augusta: Where Old Masters Are on Display

The Man Who Casts the Longest Shadow

By Alfred Wright

Kennedy

HOW DID I GET MYSELF INTO THIS?

Bobby Kennedy climbs to the top of a 14,000-foot Yukon mountain, and then he comes down—to stay

By Dolly Connelly

Senators

DESTINY'S WHIPPING BOYS

Bad but not horrid, funny but not cute, the 'new' Washington Senators blush virtually unseen in a lonely purgatory they never made, chained to a drab and dreary history they never read

By Jack Mann

People

PEOPLE

Wrestling

The day the Cowboys got lassoed for a loss

It does not happen often, so when Oklahoma State's mighty wrestlers fell in the Nationals the crowd was almost too stunned to cheer. With a doughty display of self-torture, Iowa State won on the very last round

By Mark Kram

Bridge

Zero doubled is no worse than zero

By Charles Goren

Motor Sports

A sweet wet win for America at Sebring

Italy's magnificent Ferraris were challenged in the foremost U.S. sports car race by Chaparrals and Fords. This time the challenge succeeded—Jim Hall's Chaparral splashed in first and Fords won major prizes

By Hugh Whall

Auerbach

THEY ALL BOO WHEN RED SITS DOWN

Red Auerbach, the coach of the Boston Celtics, is by far the most successful coach in professional basketball, but away from home he incites a murderous rage when he takes his place on the bench

By Gilbert Rogin

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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