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Rush Of Heavies

SUDDEN RUSH OF NEW HEAVIES

Although Cassius Clay seems to be running out of worthy opponents, a number of good youngsters, led by Jerry Quarry, promise future excitement. Still growing and only 20, Quarry is a fearsome puncher

By Tex Maule

YOUTHFUL, AGGRESSIVE AND TALENTED ENOUGH TO REVITALIZE BOXING'S NO. 1 DIVISION

Jerry Quarry will have plenty of company on the way up. Here are six of the best, who together have won 40 fights against only two losses

By Morton Sharnik

THE HURRY-UP-AND-WAIT GAME

Australia's Ron Clarke tried to confuse the world's best two-milers by using the old army system of rush, rush, rush and then slow, slow, slow, and it worked until he ran afoul of a friend who ignored him

By Gwilym S. Brown

Killy

SKIING'S DARLING OF DERRING-DO

By performing such stunts as leaping from a balcony in the midst of The Great Kandahar Water Fight and by attacking downhill and slalom courses like Batman, Jean-Claude Killy of France is earning a reputation as skiing's No. 1 clown—as well as its No. 1 racer

By Dan Jenkins

Arabians

DAYS OUT OF THE ARABIAN NIGHTS

By Alice Higgins

People

PEOPLE

Sporting Look

Graffiti with a grapefruit

A wacky new fabric called Chameleon Cloth changes color when soaked with citrus juice

By Paul Stewart

Boating

Legislative status for a victory at sea

West Coast sailors may be also-rans in America's Cup competition but, with Congress to back them and a cup of their own to race for, they made one 12-meter man from back east look like Sir Thomas Lipton

By Hugh Whall

College Basketball

A pair of sparklers in Poky

Coach Claude twinkles brightly, dashing Dave scores prolifically and the Pocatello Bengals are a sellout while losing most of their games

By Frank Deford

Bridge

A D.A.'s assistant wins the point race

By Charles Goren

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

While their teams battled for tournament spots, college stars were busy adding to All-America credentials. Some of the brightest last week: Providence's Jimmy Walker, Syracuse's Dave Bing, Michigan's Cazzie Russell, Dayton's Henry Finkel, Houston's Elvin Hayes and USC's John Block

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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