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Shopwalk

A girl's whim and a bottle of blue ink gave the Macdonalds a new business

By Felicia Lee

Catered Affair

Catered Affair for the Birds

It's old hat to mope around just watching birds nowadays. The newest sport is feeding the greedy little moochers

By Parke Cummings

Booktalk

How to survive on skis and what you may slide into—from slopes to slopes

By Jeannette Bruce

Rampaging Cowboys

RED HOT COWBOYS ON A RAMPAGE

Attacking with élan, defending with zeal, Dallas made a strong move toward the NFL's Eastern title in subduing Cleveland's contenders

By Tex Maule

Chasing Girls

CHASING GIRLS THROUGH A PARK

That was the sport in St. Louis last week, where 107 female distance runners pursued each other for a mile and a half in an effort to win the women's cross-country championship and a little recognition

By John Underwood

Cleve's Payday

A DELAYED PAYDAY FOR CLEVE

Two weeks after the Muhammad Ali bout, Big Cat Williams hadn't gotten a cent. But he finally collected something after Oilman Bud Adams stepped into the confused picture

By Edwin Shrake

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 1967

College Basketball 1967

'LEWIE IS A MINORITY OF ONE'

By Frank Deford

AAWU

WEST COAST AC

WESTERN AC

BIG EIGHT

SEC

SOUTHWEST

MISSOURI VALLEY

BIG TEN

MID-AMERICAN

OHIO VALLEY

SOUTHERN

ATLANTIC COAST

IVY

YANKEE

INDEPENDENTS

THE NIGHTMARE: HOW TO STOP THE GOOD BIG MAN

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

College Football

A bitter harvest for the Sugar-bound Huskers

In the last big week of the season Notre Dame bounced back to make a strong claim to be the nation's No. 1 team, even as Alabama's Bear Bryant was putting in a pitch on behalf of his unbeaten Southern powerhouse. The Southwest Conference, after a year of upsets, finally got a clear-cut champion in SMU, but anxious bowl promoters had no such luck. Three of their chosen teams went down in defeat, with Nebraska's superstitious Cornhuskers (below) making the loudest crash of all

By Joe Jares

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Polo

A long trip and a good try

In the keenest high-goal polo competition of the decade, the visiting Americans found that Argentina's players still are the best in the world

By Whitney Tower

Bridge

The guests were two-time losers

By Charles Goren

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

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