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Leap For The Roses

LEAP FOR THE ROSES

Purdue had all the best of it in the first half and still led at the end of the third quarter. But then Michigan State's grinding defense and crunching offense fixed Spartan eyes on Pasadena

By John Underwood

AN ANGRY TIGER JUMPS ON JOEY

Two years of delay made gentlemanly Dick Tiger seethe, and a new-found jab paid off as he took the middleweight championship from Joey Giardello in a lively battle of stylists at Madison Square Garden

By William Leggett

TRADITION BATTLES EXPEDIENCY

Twenty men are about to decide whether a famous horse race should stay in rural southern Illinois or move to the big city, but the issue goes far deeper than mere choice of a site for trotting's premier event

By Pat Ryan

Icy Niceties

THE NICETIES OF THE ICE

The Cardinals

THE OUTLAW AND THE WANT-TO CARDS

Coach Wally Lemm has built a title contender in St. Louis on the impious philosophy that football need not be drudgery

By Edwin Shrake

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

While defense took a holiday, a lot of big games that should have been close were turned into a shambles by a horde of smashing runners who picked this weekend to finally catch up with the brilliant passing that had previously distinguished the season. Foremost among the runners were Floyd Little of Syracuse, Roy Shivers of Utah State, Harry Jones of Arkansas, Mel Farr of UCLA and Idaho's Ray McDonald, but none had a more violent impact on the score—or his own team's prestige—than Notre Dame's Fullback Larry Conjar (right), who bruised his way to four touchdowns as the Irish obliterated Southern Cal

By Mervin Hyman

Sailing School

AN A+ IN SPINNAKER IS EASY AT ARDELL

You're never to old to learn to sail, say the young professors at California's Ardell Sailing School. After only a few hours of instruction on the sea there, an erstwhile landlubber like the lady at the right may even find herself acting as foredeck boss on a 67-foot ocean-racing yawl

By Hugh Whall

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

An uninvited guest spills baseball's beans

Seven years ago the author eavesdropped on a secret session of club owners considering major league expansion. Here he reveals how a colleague pulled the same trick on the same people as they bumbled through aimless gab about a new commissioner. Only Walter O'Malley seemed to know what he was doing

By William Furlong

Bridge

Backdoor entry to center stage

By Charles Goren

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 Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD