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Shopwalk

If you tire of where your Hideout is, put it on a trailer and move elsewhere

By Pamela Knight

Yesterday

Johnny's goof on Big Red

A taint still clings to Jockey Johnny Loftus, who rode the great horse, Man o' War, in the only race Big Red ever lost

By Jack Mahon

Soaring Above Snafus

SOARING ABOVE SNAFUS

It seemed likely that the AAU indoor nationals would be grounded by the most dedicated bungling in years, but then Albuquerque's earnest organizers and some brilliant new track stars saved the meet

By Gwilym S. Brown

Quarry

A QUARRY WHO LIKES TO HUNT

Jerry Quarry, a young man with a lot to learn about fighting, passed an early test last week when he drew with wily Tony Alongi and showed ringsiders he might eventually become the successor to Clay

By Tex Maule

RATING THE YOUNG HEAVIES

By Nat Fleischer

Pink Chicken

PINK CHICKEN AND A BOLD DERBY

Buckpasser triumphed in a wild win, lose, win contest in the betless Flamingo at Hialeah before a booing audience, and Boldnesian confused the Kentucky future by beating Saber Mountain at Santa Anita

By Whitney Tower

NCAA Tournament

EENY, MEENY, MINEY, MO...

Without a defending champion, an unbeaten team or a solid favorite in sight, the big boys of college basketball begin their annual two-week rumble to determine the national championship

By Frank Deford

Vero Beach

VERO: BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS

By Jack Mann

Snowball Special

WILD WATUSI WEEKEND ON THE SNOWBALL SPECIAL

In Los Angeles, Union Pacific loads a 22-car train with skiers, dancers and lovers and then aims the whole shebang at Sun Valley, 1,100 miles away

By Bob Ottum

People

PEOPLE

Baseball

Name your game, baby, and I'll beat you

Ken Harrelson of the Athletics told everyone he would win the baseball players' golf tournament in Miami, and he did—just as he has been beating people at the game of their choice for most of his 24 years

By Mark Mulvoy

College Basketball

A bit too much for Blighty

The presence of Bill Bradley drew 500 spectators to the Oxford-Cambridge varsity match last week, but the important thing was the postgame party

By John Lovesey

Bridge

Life status for a prodigy

By Charles Goren

Dilly Day

A DILLY DAY AT DINGLE

It was a great day that started dismally. Flannery was off banging his bass drum for Easters past and present and the tide was coming in to cover the bait, but the bass were swarming off the coast of Kerry

By Clive Gammon

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

For most teams the season was over and done with. But 37 major colleges—including new conference champions Duke, Michigan, Rhode Island, Southern Methodist, Oregon State, Utah and Pacific—and 40 small colleges were ready to play in the postseason tournaments

By Mervin Hyman

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