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Booktalk

'Cruising Under Sail' by Eric C. Hiscock stands up as definitive in a new edition

By George Crozier

Heady Win

LOCAL BOYS MAKE VERY GOOD

In the national soccer championships last week St. Louis would have been proud whichever school won. Both teams in the final were loaded with players developed in the city's Catholic youth leagues

By Joe Jares

Cooty's Turnabout

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS COOTY'S TURNABOUT

For 11 years, as a collegian and a pro, little Guy Rodgers passed the basketball to the big fellows and watched them score the points. Now, leading the San Francisco Warriors, he is astonishing teammates as well as opponents with his shooting

By Frank Deford

Lance Alworth

THEY ALL GO BANG! AT BAMBI

But, praise be, the huntsmen of rival teams have not been able to mar the fawnlike grace of San Diego's Lance Alworth, or prevent him from becoming the best wide receiver in football

By Edwin Shrake

Connie's Club

CONNIE'S CLUB FOR HOMELESS GLITTERBUGS

There seemed to be no place left in Florida where a self-respecting millionaire could tie up his yacht. To fill this sorry gap, a diminutive and authentic southern belle, Connie Dinkler, has created the Palm Bay Club (above) in Miami

By Alfred Wright

Golf

Cure for a stiff arm

By Jack Nicklaus

Bridge

Two teams that had their Irish up

By Charles Goren

People

PEOPLE

Skiing

A sport in which it pays to have the shorts

Shorter skis mean faster learning, say their proponents, and sales are climbing—but traditionalists call them unsuitable for serious skiers

By Paul Stewart

Boating

Sailing downwind in a nice, cozy yacht club

An electric fan, a tank of water, soda straws, cellophane and lots of imagination are ample ingredients for a lively winter of sailboat racing, with no necessity whatever to go out in a boat on the frosty seas

By Roger S. Hewlett

Hockey

The Maple Leafs' Punchinello packs a real punch

Nobody could call clownish Eddie Shack a great hockey star, but his wild and outlandish antics on the ice have regenerated a lackluster team

By Tom C. Brody

Dogs

Some grousing about no grouse

Everything was well set up for the national grouse championship. Eager handlers and dogs were there, the trial courses had been carefully manicured and the weather was ideal. Only one thing was missing—birds

By Duncan Barnes

Rosenbloom

THE PLEASURE OF DYING ON SUNDAY

Carroll Rosenbloom is a mysterious millionaire who would rather lose a corporation than a ball game. But he seldom has to worry about either—he has a Midas touch and he owns the best football team in the land

By Robert H. Boyle

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

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