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February 13, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

FOOTLOOSE

It may be a 'spare end' of Maine, but Grand Lake Stream has bounty to spare

By Duncan Barnes

Balloonist

Across the Land on Hot Air

Balloonist Tracy Barnes called it the closest thing to bird's flight, but his bird kept falling to earth

By Donald Jackson

Shopwalk

SHOPWALK

If you build a better walking stick, people will stroll along a pathway to your door

By Jeannette Bruce

Cruel Ali

CRUEL ALI WITH ALL THE SKILLS

A vindictive champion punished Ernie Terrell through 15 brutal rounds. He convinced remaining doubters that he is king of the heavies

By Tex Maule

Ferrari Revenge

SUDDEN REVENGE FOR FERRARI

Ford was triumphant in 1966, but as the sports car racing season opened at Daytona, Ferrari of Italy struck back with a sweeping victory despite possession of fewer cars and horses than the Americans

By Kim Chapin

Wind And Water

A Tonic of Wind and Water

By Jeannette Bruce

Razor-Cut Idol

RAZOR-CUT IDOL OF SAN FRANCISCO

Rick Barry has captivated the city, as much with his youthful good looks and exuberance as with his brilliance on the basketball court

By Frank Deford

Big Bark

THE BIG BARK IN THE GARDEN

The world of the show dog is large and complicated, but Percy Roberts knows every corner of it. Next week the finalists will pose and strut for him as he judges the best-in-show for the Westminster Kennel Club

By Robert H. Boyle

People

PEOPLE

Pro Basketball

Labor pains of a new league

Conceived as a public relations package and born amid confusion, the American Basketball Association has solid financial backing

By Joe Jares

Track & Field

Now two wizards of oomph

The world's best shotputter, Randy Matson, is a big man to challenge, but an ex-runt from the University of Oregon is making him strain

By Tom C. Brody

Hunting

A safari to the dour moors of Scotland

If a shooting trip to County Caithness can be taken as a criterion, Winchester-Western has a good thing going in its hunting-tour plan, and sportsmen who have been burned by unreliable outfitters can take heart

By Duncan Barnes

Pallacanestro

PALLACANESTRO IS THE RAGE

Basketball in Italy is something else again—like Jupiter, says Doug Moe, one of the U.S. stars playing there. Referees all but root for the home team, and who can blame them, since fans are so rabid (left) they threaten to make every game a riot

By Jack Olsen

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