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Yesterday

Blood, Sweat, Toil but No Tears from Tunney

The speakeasy crowd said it was an easy fight for Harry Greb, but somewhere in the midst of it a battered and bleeding young bookworm figured out how the champion could be taken

By James R. Fair

Two To Go

TWO TO GO FOR LEW

Houston is UCLA's opponent on Friday night in the NCAA semifinals, and the Cougars rely on a lot of muscle and a little voodoo. Next probably will be North Carolina, which has the L&M boys and a few lucky charms of its own. Will any of this help against Alcindor? One guess

By Frank Deford

Killy

FASTEST MAN ON ANY MOUNTAIN

On successive weekends of U.S. racing, Jean-Claude Killy won seven out of seven races, bringing his season victories to 15 and establishing his position as the greatest skier the sport has produced

By Dan Jenkins

IT'S A SORT OF MINI-YOGA

By Bob Ottum

True Football

THE TRUE FOOTBALL GETS ITS BIG CHANCE

Money from millionaires and exposure by television give the world's most popular team game its first opportunity to win the hearts of the American sports audience. Starting next month the U.S. will be treated to its first look at seriously promoted soccer, with all its marvelous and dramatic action.

By Martin Kane

The Game

THE GAME ON THE EASTERN SHORE

'You Can't Be Tough. These Boys Are Not Paid for This'

By Rose Mary Mechem

Nature

'Garrick!' says the crow, and also 'Bah! Humbug!'

By Robert Cantwell

Baseball

Things are different in Atlanta

Paul Richards is in charge now, and the Braves seem to love it

By Mark Mulvoy

Swimming

He's a long drink of glop

Steve Rerych grew to six and a half feet on a concoction that would make even Dracula blanch. The result? He terrifies other swimmers

By Tom C. Brody

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