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January 30, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Fighting Dogs

Silence Reigns when Japan's Tosas Fight

There is no noise, not even a growl, and no betting, either, at Japan's perfectly legal dogfights. And the big, well-mannered Tosa dogs bred for the fighting ring seem to like it that way

By Donald Ploski

Streak For Nancy

A SUDDEN STREAK FOR NANCY

Canada's Nancy Greene rocked the European ski circuit by winning four big races and getting a fast start toward the new World Cup title. The U.S. girls contented themselves with the cute-kids award

By Dan Jenkins

A FEW HIGH FLYERS IN A HOPE-FILLED DEBUT

It was more promise than performance at Los Angeles, but young Jim Ryun and a couple of others showed they were ready to roll

By Gwilym S. Brown

OLD STORY BUT A NEW JACK

For a while the weather tore up the Crosby, but on the last day it was Nicklaus—relatively thin and more determined than ever—who shredded the course and the opposition, too

By Alfred Wright

IN FROM THE THREE I LEAGUE

The Salukis of Southern Illinois are not classified as a "major" team but they have beaten some of the nation's best. Now No. 1 in the NCAA's College Division, they are ready to step into basketball's big time

By Joe Jares

The Rangers

SPREAD OUT AND PUCKERED UP FOR THE NEW RANGERS

By Pete Axthelm

People

PEOPLE

Horse Racing

Sunshine wins in the mud

By Whitney Tower

Pro Football

Still a long, rough road ahead for the AFL

The Super Bowl proved that the NFL is that much better, says the author, who maintains that the AFL did not progress as fast as it could have in seven years while foolishly believing its own rosy propaganda

By Edwin Shrake

Hunting

The imp of southern Texas

With its extraordinary speed on the ground and its wraithlike ways, the scaled quail makes its cousin, the bobwhite, seem like a hunter's patsy

By Virginia Kraft

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

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