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Booktalk

The biography of a man who brought home to us the world of wild animals

By Percy Knauth

Tonto Coleman

Next Speaker Will Be Coach Tonto Coleman

A sentimental gentleman from Georgia by way of Alabama, he has a touch of Texas in his talk—whether in a commencement day address or a chat with L.B.J. at the White House

By Gerald Holland

A Shot At The Birds

THE ORIOLES: A GOOD TEAM GONE ON RELIEF

By William Leggett

New Irish Ara

THE IRISH LAUNCH A NEW ARA

Terry Hanratty passed, Jim Seymour caught and Notre Dame's Ara Parseghian, left short last year with only a running game, suddenly had a long-striking attack that even Purdue's Bob Griese could not match

By John Underwood

TWO HULLS MAKE TWICE AS MUCH WRECKAGE

If the first world multihull championships proved anything (which is doubtful), it is that sailboats with a lot of hulls move faster and get wrecked much quicker than any other kind

By Hugh Whall

Romeo

HAVING A ROMANCE WITH ROMEO

When five Brooklyn families pooled a few thousand dollars to start a harness-racing stable they thought it might make a nice hobby, but they never dreamed of winning the Little Brown Jug with a $2 million horse

By Pat Ryan

The New Rams

A PRIVATE EYE ON THE NEW RAMS

The golden Los Angeles teams of Crazylegs and Night Train are no more, damaged by competitive sports and executive fights—and don't spy on the new club, Buster

By Edwin Shrake

Waterfowl

THE DUCKS ARE FLYING AGAIN

From the Atlantic's whitecapped bays to the rice-rich fields and sloughs of California, hunters across the nation are readying their guns and gear for what promises to be the best waterfowl shooting in a decade

By Virginia Kraft

Poison Pen

LOTS OF FUN WITH A POISON PEN

The man that Cleveland Coach Early Wynn is eying whimsically is Clif Keane, an irreverent humorist, a Boston sportswriter who gets his best stories from the athletes he needles the most

By Frank Deford

College Football

Supermice of another Troy

By Herman Weiskopf

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Boxing

A clover in need of a leaf

Spunky Joe Frazier came off the canvas and beat Heavyweight Ringo Bonavena, but even his Cloverlay backers saw room for improvement

By Martin Kane

Motor Sports

Coming in on a wing and a bankroll

Big money and an outlandish car are enlivening a new racing series

By Alfred Wright

Mountain Man

The Last of The Mountain Men

For the past 34 years a 20th-century frontiersman named Sylvan Hart has lived an 18th-century life in the wilderness of Idaho

By Harold Peterson

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Sandy Ramras

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

BATTLE FOR A SHOT AT THE BIRDS

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD