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May 23, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

A Riva motorboat is a status symbol both to its owner and to its builder

By Robert Chigrinsky

Reflections

Reflections of a Trout Fisherman

By Georges Carousso

Booktalk

The old Army game of baseball was a great leveler of officers and men

By Robert Cantwell

Sudden Sam

SAM, YOU MAKE THE BALL TOO SMALL

So say the batters who have to face Sam McDowell's hummer. Oddly, the Cleveland southpaw would prefer to get them out with a changeup, but few things about Sudden Sam are predictable

By Jack Mann

EMOTION IN MOTION

Darkest Texas

DEEP IN THE HEART OF DARKEST TEXAS

Exotic big game animals like the aoudad sheep (right) are being bred in Texas and stocked on fenced preserves where they can be hunted in complete comfort on a no-game no-pay basis

By Duncan Barnes

Track & Field

The teen-agers take charge

Jim Ryun, the 19-year-old Kansan, ran a remarkable two miles last week. He had to to outshine some equally talented contemporaries

By Gwilym S. Brown

Volleyball

Another big Selznick production

Gene Selznick's Sand & Sea Club dominated the nationals

By Joe Jares

Boxing

Ready for the bloodletting

Cassius Clay is in rare form for his title bout and Anglo-American relations are superb, but there is a problem: bleedin' 'Enry Cooper

By Edwin Shrake

Gary Player

GARY AND HIS BELOVED COUNTRY

Golfer Gary Player, who next month defends his U.S. Open title, makes more than $500,000 a year from the game, but he yearns for a life with his family on his South African farm

By John Underwood

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

IT'S NOT BAD TO BE GOING GOOD

Hitting is its muscle, pitching is its blood, but there is more than that to the anatomy of a winning streak. The tide was with the San Francisco Giants; they couldn't relax, but they enjoyed the tension

By Jack Mann

THE BIG ONES WERE WAITING FOR MARIO

In the Indy trials, the new boy in town spooked veterans with sensational warmup speeds and then easily won the 500 pole

By Bob Ottum

CREDITS

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