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Footloose

The university's sports fame makes it difficult for Ann Arbor to stay small

By Robert Cantwell

Yesterday

The Man Who Knew Vardon

By Peter Finney

Rabbit Hunt

RABBIT HUNT IN VEGAS

That is what a blithely unconcerned Cassius Clay thinks Monday night's heavyweight championship fight will be. But his manager is uneasy and Floyd Patterson figures to do some shooting, too

By Gilbert Rogin

THE FURIOUS FUN BELOW DECKS

Baltimore and Cleveland seemed safe topside in the NFL's divisional races, but in the hold some of the best fights in football were raging, as the 49ers and the Lions showed in a thriller in Tiger Stadium

By Edwin Shrake

Too Hot

CASE OF THE TOO HOT GOLFER

Iowa amateur Floren DiPaglia, who never before had such a tournament-winning year, turned out to be a loser with the USGA, and certain unpleasantness in Texas and North Carolina came to light

By Gwilym S. Brown

Worrying Way

WORRYING IS THE WAY TO WIN

If, that is, you have a temperament like the Montreal Canadiens' Toe Blake, who broods when his championship hockey teams fall behind and who really sweats when they start to go ahead

By Mark Kram

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

With almost indecent haste, bowl promoters were in the winners' locker rooms, contracts in hand. The Orange Bowl signed up Nebraska—precluding any chance of a 'national championship' game should the Cornhuskers and Arkansas finish as the two top teams of the year—while the Sugar Bowl collected Missouri and the Gator Bowl Georgia Tech. Meanwhile 1965 continued to be a year of dazzling individuals (next pages), and none was brighter than Donny Anderson, who ran through Baylor last weekend and now leads once-beaten Texas Tech against Arkansas with the Southwest Conference title and the Cotton Bowl at stake

By Dan Jenkins

Fearless Tot

THE FEARLESS TOT FROM POSSUM TROT

Sudden Death Sabol invented his name, his home and a new way to make a football team. He is the college game's least modest player and, oddly enough, he is almost as good as he says he is

By Tom C. Brody

Gamy Days

GAMY DAYS AHEAD

HAPPINESS IS A GAME THAT MAKES YOU THINK

By Pamela Knight

Redcoats Return

THE REDCOATS RETURN TO BUCKS COUNTY

Late fall is a beautiful season in the Pennsylvania woods, but when the deer hunters come the beauty is best observed from a deep-dug foxhole or the steel safety of a tank

By John O'Reilly

People

PEOPLE

Boxing

The bitter end for Sugar Ray

Five times the middleweight champion, Ray Robinson discovers at 45 that it is far better to retire than to keep struggling for the unattainable

By Martin Kane

Horse Racing

The French ride to the rescue

Only second-stringers came over from Paris, but they saved the day at Laurel, transforming a mighty dull prospect into a razzle-dazzle race

By Whitney Tower

Horse Shows

With all horses go, the U.S. swings Into a high orbit

Riding circles around its competitors at New York's Madison Square Garden, the U.S. team made the best National in years truly national

By Alice Higgins

Bridge

Finding the Trials guilty

By Charles Goren

Sam's Pigeons

SAM'S PIGEONS DON'T LEAVE NUTHIN' FOR NOBODY

Sometimes called poor man's polo, the seemingly gentle hobby of raising and racing pigeons often brings out the beast in its enthusiasts, even though the winning purse for a race is usually peanuts. One man who every year wins a lot of peanuts in the East is Sam De Lucia of Wappingers Falls

By Robert H. Boyle

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