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January 16, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

Hockey fans and skiers find Montreal a French and fetching winter festival

By Arthur Siegel

A Bit of Spain

A Bit of Spain in a London Town House

It is just a bullfighter's cape that once belonged to a man who followed Spanish bulls while trying to catch up with himself. The cape stands stiffly, as though waiting for Randy Burke's return

By Thomas Dozier

Tall, Stoned

TALL, STONED AND GATORADED

Florida's sheltering palms are fashioning the best basketball team in the Southeastern Conference, helped by their coach's manipulation of a magic rock and a patented potion of rare restorative powers

By Frank Deford

Cus And Bus

CUS IS BACK ABOARD A BIG NEW BUS

When Cus D'Amato got hold of him, Buster Mathis was fast, blubbery and promising. He is faster now, much slimmer and so promising that both are talking championship

By Robert H. Boyle

Arizona

CUTOUTS AND PASTE-ONS IN THE DESERT SUN

THE DESERT IS ARIZONA'S OCEAN

The air, the sun and a horde of swinging resorters have turned the playgrounds near Scottsdale from sedentary retreats into places as active as any in the Caribbean

By Liz Smith

Rodeo Dean

DEAN OF THE FACELESS MEN

A new kind of settler may be transforming Arizona, but much of the West remains unchanged. On the rodeo circuit, cowboys such as Dean Oliver are still rugged, unpretentious and in no danger of being recognized

By Harold Peterson

People

PEOPLE

Hockey

A Detroit New Year's wish: one for the road

The baffling Red Wings somehow cannot win out of town, but are terrors at home. This adds up only to fifth place in the NHL standings, but after a four-game winning binge the Wings are envisioning better days

By Gary Ronberg

Bridge

Chance to show up the experts

By Charles Goren

Sporting Man

THREE NAMES AND A BARREL OF MONEY

Jack Kent Cooke of Los Angeles wants to own a team for every season and a modern arena where he can go and watch them play

By Bob Ottum

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

STOP THOSE CHIEFS!

The usually undemonstrative Vince Lombardi struck a dramatic pose on the eve of the Super Bowl, but most experts believe that his Green Bay Packers will take Kansas City pretty much in stride

By Tex Maule

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