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Phipps Piper

The Voyage of Phipps Piper

Mother gave him permission for his daring journey—but how could she know he would encounter a sea monster?

By Gerald Holland

Johnny U.

IT'S JOHNNY U. AGAIN

Despite a sore elbow that pains him constantly, Johnny Unitas was throwing and, when he had to, running the ball with his old aplomb as he led the Colts to their second impressive win of the young season

By Tex Maule

Cardinals

THE CARDINALS AGAINST—WHO?

Minnesota, Detroit, Boston and Chicago were within a game of each other as the pennant race entered its last week, but one had to meet St. Louis in the World Series. It might even happen next week

By William Leggett

Man In Motion

A MAN IN MOTION BEATS TEXAS

USC's John McKay goes through the typical week of a college coach faced with a big game and has it end happily as his Trojans crisply execute his plays and come from behind to defeat a highly rated rival

By John Underwood

THE PARTRIDGE OF THE DON QUIXOTE COUNTRY

College Football

The Spartans get stabbed by Mac the Knife

Nobody thought the University of Houston was for real, and the result was strictly unreal at East Lansing last Saturday when the Cougars came north with their Warren McVea to dumfound poor Michigan

By Dan Jenkins

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Harness Racing

Putting the flimflam on the slickers from the city

When it's time for the Little Brown Jug, Ohioans know that the thing to do is hustle the strangers and beat their horses, as Jim Hackett did

By Pete Axthelm

Motor Sports

The Bruce and Denny show makes a fast buck

By winning in Canada two unlikely New Zealanders named Bruce McLaren and Denis Hulme, racing sports cars built by McLaren and powered with Chevy hot-rod engines, continued their runaway in the rich Can-Am series

By Bob Ottum

Pinkerton's

AGENT 26250, WHERE ARE YOU?

On duty, that's where. To better understand the spirit of Pinker ton's, Inc., the 117-year-old detective agency that controls fans at the Masters, college football games and racetracks, the author (right) joins the force as a guard

By Myron Cope

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

FACES IN THE CROWD