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Footloose

For sportsmen pilots, paradise can be found just this side of Half-Swacked Bay

By Dolly Connelly

Table Of Contents

HENRY R. LUCE: 1898-1967

By Andre Leaguerre

Staggering Shore

If It Was Staggering It Had to Be Eddie

Almost everybody had a tall story about hockey's famous defenseman and unpredictable owner-manager, Eddie Shore. But the remarkable thing is that everybody was telling the truth

By Stan Fischler

Booktalk

Cassius-Muhammad is portrayed with penetration, compassion and wit

By M. R. Werner

Silky

SHADES OF SILKY!

Coming from nowhere in a style reminiscent of Silky Sullivan, the Flamingo and Santa Anita Derby winners notably enliven the 3-year-old scene. Now Churchill Downs should be a contest

By Whitney Tower

DOUG TAMES A PINK PUSSYCAT

The Doral Open was won by Doug Sanders on a course called the Blue Monster, but it was the sponsors who were blue when the PGA moved up the tee markers, the wind died and the monster purred

By Mark Mulvoy

Peggy Fleming

CRYSTAL AND STEEL ON THE ICE

Peggy Fleming, an 18-year-old beauty from Colorado Springs who looks as fragile as a Viennese chandelier, waltzed her way with skillful ease to her second world figure-skating championship

By Bob Ottum

Stallball

STALLBALL—A GAME TO SLEEP BY

Every few years a basketball coach decides to play hide-and-seek, and the opposition doesn't seek. Spectators demand refunds, and the cry goes up for a pro-type 24-second clock to compel action

By Joe Jares

Dark's Outlook

DARK'S OUTLOOK IS YOUNG AND BRIGHT

The manager of the Athletics took over a last-place club a year ago and moved it up to seventh. Now, looking at his fine kid pitchers, he plans to go higher

By William Leggett

People

PEOPLE

Tennis

Two times one equals zero

When two promoters staged separate tournaments in New York last week—one amateur, the other pro—the result was a lot of empty seats

By William F. Talbert

Track

Faster and better and still only No. 2

Whether he is taking off with a baton or racing on his own, Villanova's intrepid Dave Patrick gives the impression that he is ready to run with the best, including, astonishingly enough, Jim Ryun

By Tom C. Brody

Horse Shows

The Sunshine Circuit goes into eclipse

More than half of a once flourishing group of Florida shows have vanished in a turmoil of confused disputes, although the few that managed to function this season attracted surprisingly large entry lists

By Alice Higgins

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

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