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1,001 Nights

The Thousand and One Nights of Andy Hebenton

Most professional hockey players take pride in not missing a game, but one scarred old veteran made a fetish of it

By Gary Ronberg

Roar For Roger

A ROAR FOR ROGER IN ST. LOUIS

Roger Maris, erstwhile Yankee problem child, played gung-ho baseball for his new team and set the mood as the Cardinals raced through a wild first week

By William Leggett

Booby Prize

THE FANS GET THE BOOBY PRIZE

The quality of basketball in the pro playoffs was astonishingly high and the courage of injured players called for applause, but puerile behavior by partisan spectators nearly spoiled the whole show

By Frank Deford

One For The Rocket

WINNING ONE FOR THE ROCKET

As Stanley Cup warfare began, New York's gallant Rangers encountered not only a better Montreal team but also the ghosts of Maurice Richard and other Canadien supermen. The result was sudden defeat

By Pete Axthelm

Augusta

AUGUSTA HAD A NEW LOOK

Reflections about the Masters, including an assessment of the changes in the course, controversy about the grass and reasons why for the first time in years the winner was not named Nickler

By Alfred Wright

Maryland Hunt

Crab Cakes and Tall Timber

Next week's Maryland Hunt Cup, the country's most sociable race meeting, will last all of eight minutes. But the parties that surround it will go almost nonstop for 48 hours

By Liz Smith

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

A winning debut for K and K

By Charles Goren

Badminton

Judy takes a final curtain call

After winning her 12th national singles championship as well as the doubles and mixed doubles, Judy Devlin Hashman retires from the game

By Kim Chapin

Soccer

Kickoff for a Babel of booters

Televised professional soccer was unveiled nationally last weekend and, despite awkward moments, showed signs of future health

By Tex Maule

Horse Racing

A painful prognosis for the good Dr. Fager

Two early-line Kentucky Derby favorites ran second at Aqueduct and Keeneland last week, but there was more concern over a courageous winner who probably will never get his chance at Churchill Downs

By Whitney Tower

Shipboard Living

NO WEEDS ON THE FRONT LAWN

Shipboard living is no longer the exclusive province of the rich. Today men—and their families—are going down to the sea in everything from sleek yachts in orderly marinas to old scows clustered together, as in Sausalito, Calif. (below)

By Bil Gilbert

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

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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