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May 31, 1965 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

An Ump Stole Home from Pete Reiser

By Roscoe McGowen

Booktalk

James Wellard studies the Sahara and the odd characters who explored it

By Robert Cantwell

New NFL (?)

THE NEW NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (?)

One day soon, sure as little apples, pro football's owners will blow the whistle on their costly squabbles over talent and sue for peace instead of damages. The fruit of peace may be this hybrid

By Dan Jenkins

SAD CASE OF A NEGLECTED TIGER

Nigeria's Dick Tiger, with an easy win over tough Rubin Carter, proved again that he is as good a middleweight as wary Champion Joey Giardello could hope to find. But will they meet? Joey is in no hurry

By Mark Kram

THE BIG SCREEN IS WATCHING

Manager Luman Harris and his Houston Astros have an electronic accomplice in the dome's show-off scoreboard, which can lead cheers, sass umpires and do everything but pinch-hit

By Joe Jares

Indianapolis

NO SPORT FOR GENTLEMEN

Proving an adage of the Speedway, hard-nosed Indianapolis drivers fought through a month of unprecedented misery as they struggled to master a new and tricky breed of racing car

By Bob Ottum

Hiking Away

HIKING AWAY TO THE WOODS

By Duncan Barnes

People

PEOPLE

Track

Enchantment in the land of the Lobos

Suddenly New Mexicans are track crazy, a state of mind that can be traced to a man named Hubert

By Gwilym S. Brown

Field Hockey

An unobserved invasion from the north

The Canadians, strengthened with recent Olympians, came down in force. In front of absolutely no one, they edged their U.S. hosts as shins got whacked smartly and players of both countries howled in outraged pain

By Robert Cantwell

Bridge

Farewell to an understanding lady

By Charles Goren

Kangaroos

GOODBY, KANGAROOS

Australia's national symbol and one of nature's unique creatures is being threatened with shameful extinction

By Virginia Kraft

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

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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