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Shopwalk

The Anchorage supplies antiques from the sea for both sailors and landlubbers

By Emmett Watson

Yesterday

A Mighty Long Run from Cornwall to Oswego

The old O. & W. railroad is no more, but its now-silent roadbed beckons to hikers as it meanders through lovely country, running along such streams as the Beaverkill and the Neversink

By Robert Cantwell

Fire From The Ashes

FIRE FROM THE ASHES

At first no one took Boston's Patriots seriously, but with Coach Mike Holovak fanning embers of pride and toughness and big Jim Nance running strong, the Pats whipped Buffalo to lead the AFL Eastern race

By Edwin Shrake

THE BUG IS SMALL—BUT OH MY!

Volkswagens, disguised as Lilliputian Formula One cars, have gone to the races in a big way and the pros, to judge by their zest last week, like them as much as the amateurs they were designed for

By Kim Chapin

USF WINS ONE FOR THE U.N.

San Francisco's soccer team, whose stars and coach have Asian, European, South and Central American backgrounds, took the NCAA title from another group of internationals representing Long Island University

By Joe Jares

Texas Western

THE CHAMPIONS GET AFTER IT

In the current lingo of El Paso that means the Texas Western Miners are hustling in order to retain their NCAA title. They might, too-they have a stronger team than last year's to get after it with

By Frank Deford

Punch

YOU TAKE THE PUNCH OR QUIT

Few Toronto hockey players really like their coach, but most Maple Leafs grant him more than grudging admiration

By Pete Axthelm

Oregon Santa

REINDEER FIND A SANTA CLAUS

John Zumstein (below) is raising reindeer in Oregon. His horse sense may help save the diminishing herd and make Christmas a year-round event for Alaska's Eskimos

By Virginia Kraft

Sporting Look

JUMPERS, KNICKERS AND WINTER'S PRETTIEST GIRLS

College Football

The true meaning of the game

By Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C.

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

It happens in the best of families

By Charles Goren

Boating

Three was just one too many

Harold Eis worked hard to get a third World Outboard Championship, but an outsider, blessed with luck and three engines, took it away

By Hugh Whall

The Fighter

THE FIGHTER

By Mark Kram

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

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