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POINT OF FACT

A Boston Marathon quiz to stimulate memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

By Judy Murphy

Shopwalk

The old school tie is so exclusive that almost anyone with a neck has one

By Richard Wald

Hornpout

Never Cuddle a Hornpout

Sometimes called a bullhead, it is a small-scale monster of no charm but remarkable liveliness in a fight

By Burton Hersh

Booktalk

An animal-loving Englishman makes an indignant indictment of blood sports

By Duncan Barnes

Alone At The Top

ALL ALONE AT THE TOP

By going on a record-smashing spree at the Masters, Jack Nicklaus proves himself a golfer without peer. Suddenly and dramatically he has the galleries behind him and an unlimited future ahead of him

By Alfred Wright

EVEN IRON MAN COULDN'T WIN FOR ARNIE

By Dan Jenkins

SKIP, SKIP, SKIP—AND THWACK!

That's the way it was all the way from Florida to the Bahamas as Sports Illustrated's boating writer (above, right) helped Offshore Racer Howard Weiler drive an outboard to his third Miami-Nassau victory

By Hugh Whall

Shark-Tiger

THE SHARK RAN INTO A TIGER

Bill Daly schemed masterfully for his fighter, Carlos Ortiz, but both were overmatched in Panama City, a red-hot fight town where local hero Ismael Laguna, El Tigre, clawed his way to the lightweight title

By Mark Kram

Baseball 1965

IMMUTABLE BUT CHANGING

Baseball is back and everything is exactly the way it always has been—except for a glass dome and a lame duck and some rather plump bats

By William Leggett

A WEEK TO REMEMBER

By William Leggett

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

CINCINNATI REDS

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

NEW YORK METS

PITTSBURGH PIRATES

MILWAUKEE BRAVES

LOS ANGELES DODGERS

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS

HOUSTON ASTROS

CHICAGO CUBS

Some Significant Baseball Statistics

NEW YORK YANKEES

BALTIMORE ORIOLES

CHICAGO WHITE SOX

CLEVELAND INDIANS

DETROIT TIGERS

WASHINGTON SENATORS

MINNESOTA TWINS

KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS

BOSTON RED SOX

LOS ANGELES ANGELS

LOOK! IT'S THE MONSTER

The best relief pitcher in all of baseball is an amiable giant named Dick Radatz who used to play catch with his mother

By Joe Jares

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

A cocky kid makes a grand slam bid

By Charles Goren

Track & Field

Quick young ladies of quality

An unheralded trio of teen-agers led the touring U.S. women to a brace of surprising European wins

By John Lovesey

Bowling

The poor man's tour begins to strike it rich

Professional bowling is not as lucrative as professional golf, but last week Bowler Bill Hardwick won more money than Golfer Jack Nicklaus

By Joe Jares

Joe Palooka

A CHAMP FOR ALL TIME!!!

The greatest sports hero in the history of the funny papers is Joe Palooka, the ageless and seemingly indestructible heavyweight. He has walloped the likes of Ruffy Balonki and Red Rodney with boyish ease, tee hee, but now, tch tch, he leads a quiet suburban life

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

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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