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Shopwalk

Some hints for showing grace under pressure when told to go fly a kite

By Felicia Lee

Yesterday

The High-flying Schoolgirl

Aviation itself was young when Kitty Stinson took to the air as a stunt pilot and pioneer night skywriter who outdared the men as The High-flying Schoolgirl

By William F. Nolan

Booktalk

Before you put that deuce down on a horse, better have a computer handy

By Robert Cantwell

Braves

ATLANTA YOU CAN HAVE the REST LEAVE US EDDIE MATTRESS Our Hero

Fans in Milwaukee crowded County Stadium and raised cheerful, cynical banners to the memory of their lame-duck, Atlanta-bound Braves. Then the seats emptied, and sadness and resentment took over

By William Leggett

Jack Nicklaus

...AND SO DID SATURDAY'S 64

The record-tying round that Nicklaus shot on the third day of the tournament was the most overpowering in the long history of the Masters. Eight of his drives were more than 300 yards. Twice his second shot on par-5 holes was a five-iron. Fifteen times he had birdie putts of 25 feet or less. Only twice was he in the rough. Here he assesses each stroke of his fabulous round and offers some insights on how a lot of skill and a little luck added up to 64.

THE PLAY THAT WON THE TITLE

Liston

'HE'S JUST GOT THAT LOOK'

The usual view of Sonny Liston is of a fierce, unforgiving man. But he can smile, and a writer who paid quiet attention found him to be thoughtful, generous and funny

By Barbara La Fontaine

Derby Parties

HORSES, ROSES AND GROANING BOARDS

HAM AND HOMINY IN BOURBON TOWN

By Liz Smith

Morley

A MORLEY VIEW OF SPORT

Participation in anything but games of chance eventually damages the brain, says the famous British actor, busy (above) at his favorite occupation of betting the horses at Newmarket

By Robert Morley

Dogs

Some western amateurs fight back against the top pros

By Virginia Kraft

Conservation

A stink of dead stripers

The Storm King fight rages over the Hudson and a conservationist raises questions about missing pictures and spawning grounds

By Robert H. Boyle

Horse Racing

The two upsets were not really upsetting

Bold Lad (second from right) finished third in the Wood Memorial, while Lucky Debonair lost on a sloppy track at Keeneland. Neither defeat seriously affects the prospects or planning for the Kentucky Derby

By Whitney Tower

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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