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Booktalk

Holiday shoppers may find likely gifts among the new books on outdoor themes

By Robert Cantwell

Yesterday

Kicking up a Rule Change at Princeton

By Dick Gordon

Big Fight

CHAMPION AS LONG AS HE WANTS

Although he never put a valorous Floyd Patterson down for the count, Cassius Clay displayed an awesome range of skills as he battered his opponent at will and proved to a sometimes skeptical public that he is, as he says, 'The Greatest'

By Gilbert Rogin

Bruins

LITTLE BRUINS IN A BIG, BIG BOWL

So small and quiet for three quarters that USC hardly knew they were around, Gary Beban and his UCLA team awoke all southern California with two touchdowns that put them in the Rose Bowl

By John Underwood

Colt Defense

HEROES WITHOUT ANY HEADLINES

Led by a rough ol' country boy named Dennis Gaubatz at middle linebacker, the little-known lightweights of the Colt defense are helping Johnny U. and Company to another divisional title

By Tex Maule

Dognappers

THE LOST PETS THAT STRAY TO THE LABS

Science's need for experimental animals is very real but is often filled by unscrupulous and cruel professional dognappers

By Coles Phinizy

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

It was the last big week. Champions were crowned in five major sectors as Arkansas and Tulsa did what was expected, Dartmouth and UCLA did what was not, and surprising South Carolina grabbed a share of Duke's Atlantic Coast title. Bowl sponsors all but completed their pairings, such as they are, and the only remaining confusion in the SEC will be cleared up Saturday when Alabama and Auburn meet. In a season of high-geared offenses, however, it was ironic that the biggest game—Michigan State vs. Notre Dame—was a furious defensive battle

By Dan Jenkins

Hundley's Heaven

A LITTLE SLICE OF HEAVEN

Traveling familiar territory in West Virginia, selling sneakers and reminiscing about his All-America days, Hot Rod Hundley finds everything he does and every place he visits just great

By Frank Deford

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

A nip-and-tuck finish to a long Trial

By Charles Goren

Harness Racing

The Messenger was late, but Bret was ready

Though he won the first leg of pacing's Triple Crown way back in May, the great colt was still in top form on a windy, wintry Long Island evening and easily justified the remarkable volume of cash that backed him

By Pat Ryan

Horse Racing

The Prince wins a noble sum

While a million-dollar syndicate was shut out at The Garden State, the three Pepino brothers watched their bargain colt capture the rich prize

By Whitney Tower

Enemies In Speedland

MY BROTHER, MY ENEMY, IN SPEEDLAND

In the merciless jet-age jockeying for the world land-speed record on the Bonneville Salt, two of the leaders, the estranged Arfons brothers, have lit the afterburners in a bitter human conflict. This is the first of two articles exploring their precarious domain

By Jack Olsen

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