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Shopwalk

A girl's whim and a bottle of blue ink gave the Macdonalds a new business

By Felicia Lee

Yesterday

Charity Yes, Mercy No

Joe Louis' generosity shocked the mob. His punches shocked a Baer

By Frank Graham Jr.

Daytona

24 HOURS TO SHAKE A CHAMP

The most serious threat to Ferrari's long supremacy in sports-car racing was posed by Ford in Daytona's new Continental as Californian Ken Miles in No. 98, driving swiftly by day and boldly by night, led a team of Mark IIs to a notable victory—the opening battle in the season's hot Ford-Ferrari war

By Barbara La Fontaine

The Intellectual

A JAB FROM THE INTELLECTUAL

Italy's unbeaten middleweight Nino Benvenuti laid his big vocabulary aside for 12 rounds last Friday and gave Don Fullmer a lesson in boxing semantics the rough, tough American would be happy to forget

By Martin Kane

Devilish Stroll

DEVILISH STROLL IN THE WOODS

Rebelling against the somewhat mechanical sports of trap and skeet, a Long Island enthusiast has designed his own diabolical clay-target game, combining the frustrations—and the rewards—of bird shooting

By Duncan Barnes

Rick Mount

BASKETBALL'S BRIGHT STAR IN INDIANA

In pipestem jeans and his high-school varsity jacket, Rick Mount stands at the heart of Lebanon, Ind., with the courthouse and Main Street behind him, a brilliant career ahead

By Frank Deford

Steam

Steamed Up for a Charge into the Past

By Paul Jennings

Biggest Dog

THE BIGGEST DOG OF ALL WAS FINN MacCOOL'S AUNT

Its ancestry lost in legend, the Irish wolfhound is much too large to be petty about winning mere blue ribbons

By Robert H. Boyle

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

The Dons are dreaming of sweet revenge

Thwarted twice by UCLA in tournament play, San Francisco's seniors and their ailing coach anticipate a different finish to their careers

By Joe Jares

Bridge

Now the experts are faced with exposé

By Charles Goren

The Jacobys

A LIPSTICK MAY FALL IN THE BILGE

Or perfume stain the charts—but such are the hazards of offshore powerboat racing when Rene Jacoby and her daughter Gale put to sea to challenge the men

By Bob Ottum

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

While the defending national champion, UCLA, was having a desperate time in its own conference, the leading pretender, Kentucky, was still unbeaten after silencing the strongest rival in its league. Duke, also hopeful, rested for the homestretch

By Mervin Hyman

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