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Shopwalk

Playing with toy soldiers can run into money if their uniforms are authentic

By Barbara La Fontaine

Yesterday

A Football Rebellion in Backwoods Georgia

Baseball was the year-round sport in Georgia's farming country until a bright winter Sunday when two young rebels got the boys together and changed the name of the game

By Raymond Andrews

Painsville

WET RUN TO PAINSVILLE

Fog, seaweed, treacherous rocks and murderous seas were the enticements offered drivers in the 440-mile Long Beach-to-San Francisco ocean race. Bumps, bruises and lacerations were their reward

By Hugh Whall

AN UPSET FROM DOWN UNDER

The powers of amateur golf got a surprise in Mexico City when four unheralded Australians, led by a 43-year-old scrambler, played it cool and quiet and confounded the favorites in a world championship

By Alfred Wright

Stoic's Guide

A STOIC'S GUIDE TO PRO FOOTBALL

Compound fractures and shattered ribs are small discomforts in the credo of Kansas City Linebacker Sherrill Headrick, a man of joyous recklessness and a high pain threshold

By Edwin Shrake

Camping Out

CAMPING OUT WITH THE CHAMP

A onetime pennypincher, Middleweight Champion Emile Griffith has become boxing's classic soft touch and the prime support of his sisters, his cousins and his mama. Most often, though, he hides away in a flossy pad that belies the harsh realities of his trade

By Milton Gross

College Football

A sane conclusion in a cockeyed conference

It seemed like a throwback to the old days in the Southwest until Arkansas took out after upstart A&M last Saturday night. Then even SMU's stunning final-seconds win over Texas dwindled in significance

By Dan Jenkins

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Golf

A domed club that will test the god of golf

The Canada Cup matches are being held at Yomiuri Country Club near Tokyo, where the Japanese, who have deified Arnold Palmer, will see him and the rest of the world's best play one of their finest courses

By Alfred Wright

Motor Sports

Here comes racing's Cougar

To sell cars you must race cars, says Ford Motor Co.—and assigns top budget, top executives and two top drivers to a fast new campaign

By Bob Ottum

Hunting

Conning and killing cunning coyotes

During varmint-calling time the Arizona desert lands strangely resound with the shrill and plaintive cries of rabbits, arousing the curiosity of even the most sophisticated predators

By Robert Cantwell

Bridge

When Culbertson's man outsmarted himself

By Charles Goren

Harness Racing

The press got the message

And Romeo Hanover got the Messenger Stakes. The colt's rumored bad behavior was not in evidence as he easily won pacing's Triple Crown

By M.R. Werner

Legend

THAT LEGEND IS LOOSE AGAIN

It began with Knute Rockne (left) during the '20s and was carried along by Frank Leahy in the '40s. 'Old Notre Dame will win over all,' the song commanded and, autumn after autumn, that is what Notre Dame did. Now, with the help of Ara Parseghian, a Biblical prophet and two talented sophomores, Terry Hanratty and Jim Seymour, THAT LEGEND IS LOOSE AGAIN

By Dan Jenkins

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

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