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Shopwalk

A research chemist worked seriously to manufacture a golf ball that won't smile

Too Much Talk

Too Much Talk Takes the Fun out of a Trip

The author and his wife discovered that sometimes it is better policy not to say anything about plans to travel around the world, especially if there is a doctor in the house

By James Coyle

World Series

THE DESPERATE HOURS

THE RAMPAGING TWINS WANT THE SERIES, TOO

The brand-new American League champions play National League baseball—they hit often, they hit with power and they run, run, run. A Minnesota victory could signal a revival for their sagging circuit

By William Leggett

Griese Kid

OH, THAT GRIESE KID STUFF!

Purdue's Bob Griese—running, passing, punting and tackling—was too slick for Notre Dame last week, as he led the Boilermakers to a last-minute win in a game that saw the lead change hands five times

By Dan Jenkins

Torture On Wheels

A TWO-DAY TORTURE ON WHEELS

The North American Bicycle Championship, a 190-mile grind over a monster course at high altitudes, tested the stamina and nerve of 16 hardy riders

By Harold Peterson

Sinkbox Shooting

A SINKBOX SHOOT

By Duncan Barnes

Fishy Lady

LOVELY LADY WITH A VERY FISHY REPUTATION

For 17 years Dr. Eugenie Clark has wandered from sea to sea, studying the extraordinary sex life of little fishes and trying to teach new tricks to dumb old sharks whose mouths are far bigger than their brains

By Coles Phinizy

The Redskins

TO BE SEEN SEEING THE REDSKINS

The team is impressive socially, if not athletically, and Washington's elite turns out on Sundays

By Edwin Shrake

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

It was a Saturday of spectacular individual performances. Purdue's Bob Griese twinkled his eye toward the Heisman Trophy, for which he may have to hand-wrestle USC's matchingly brilliant Mike Garrett. Princeton's Charlie Gogolak kicked six field goals, Nebraska's Frank Solich ran like the prairie wind, Texas Western's Billy Stevens threw another show of touchdown passes and twin Easterners (below), captains both, met in bloody combat

By Tom C. Brody

Flying

Once you start down that runway the fear goes

By John Underwood

Harness Racing

The fastest ham on four legs

Strutting like a drum major, Bret Hanover salutes the crowd after setting a world record at pacing's Little Brown Jug and becoming The fastest ham on four legs

By Pat Ryan

Pro Football

The Packers in a thriller

In the biggest game of the young season Green Bay edged its main rival for the NFL championship

By Edwin Shrake

Norman Ford

TALES OF NORMAN FORD

TALES OF NORMAN FORD or How to Save Your Hair, Make Perfume, Be a Best-selling Novelist, Take Years off Your Face, Move into Mrs. Astor's House with Only One Suit—and Beat the Races

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Mark Mulvoy

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD