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Booktalk

Most of the facts fit to print are in 'The New York Times Sports Almanac'

By Rex Lardner

Yesterday

The Children's Hour of Groaning and Gore

The Crippler and the Mauler were two regular American boys who had a taste for mayhem and staged a school wrestling match with a sense of theater that got a little out of hand

By Bill Mackay

Shopwalk

Travel agencies have begun to specialize in journeys for vacationing sportsmen

By Felicia Lee

Big Fight

BIG FIGHT MOVES TO SMALL TOWN

By John Underwood

WISING UP TO A DOWN GAME

Hordes of Californians left the beaches to go to Omaha, where they dominated the national volleyball championship and proved they can play like Russians do

By Joe Jares

New Twins

A BRAND-NEW TREND IN TWINS

With the Yankees floundering near the bottom after their worst start in recent history, the new-look, speed-happy Minnesota Twins are fighting the White Sox for the league lead—and maybe the pennant

By William Leggett

Carroll Shelby

SNAKES, BUTTER BEANS AND MISTER COBRA

Carroll Shelby of Texas—and nearly everywhere else—looks like a cowpoke, cooks like a chuck wagon chef, talks like an oil-field roughneck and builds a fangs-out kind of American sports car

By Coles Phinizy

A MISTY HAVEN FOR SPORTSMEN

Scotland

BRING ROD, CLUBS AND GUN

By Fred R. Smith

People

PEOPLE

Lacrosse

Hopkins lost a title and maybe a tradition

For 78 years lacrosse had been the only sport that really mattered to the men of Homewood, but as they were beaten last week by Navy there were signs that the old Indian game soon will have some competition

By Robert Cantwell

Golf

No affinity for the Trinity

Pity the poor pro golfer who goes to the Colonial National each year knowing that he has to face tornadoes, trees and the Trinity River

By Dan Jenkins

Horse Racing

Lucky's Shoe tries to put on the second leg

The metaphor is mixed, but the task in the Preakness is the same for Willie Shoemaker and Lucky Debonair as it was in the Kentucky Derby

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

A new kind of double makes a hit

By Charles Goren

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

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

SCORECARD

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