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November 6, 1967 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Saving ocelots in South America was not quite like rescuing cats in Boston

By Jeannette Bruce

Three Courses

Three Courses in One Day

This golfer's problems were not as bad as those faced by world-girdler Phileas Fogg, but it wasn't easy to travel to three countries to play Three Courses in One Day

By John H. Walker

Waiting For Jerry

THEY'RE STILL WAITING FOR JERRY

A world of hope may lie ahead for would-be champion Quarry. He beat Floyd Patterson but, like his own progress, the result was debatable

By Mark Kram

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED

Dartmouth's field-goal kicker thought he had lost the game when he missed with a minute to play, but a penalty gave him another chance and Harvard was defeated in a wild battle of Ivy League unbeatens

By Pete Axthelm

'I SHALL BE BACK FOR ANOTHER BASH'

So writes an incomparable Grand Prix driver of his first go at U.S. stock car racing in Sunday's rich Rockingham, N.C. 500, in which Ford's Bobby Allison ended Chrysler's winning streak

By Jim Clark

Winning Reeves

ALMOST TOO GOOD TO PLAY

Dan Reeves of the Dallas Cowboys did many things well, but he was superior at none, or so scouts said before he became a runner and revealed his true talent—an ability to make the big move

By Tex Maule

Hockey 1967-1968

CRASHING INTO A NEW ICE AGE

In pro sport's most ambitious expansion the National Hockey League embraces six new U.S. cities—and the season opens with major surprises in the East and West

By Pete Axthelm

KEEP YOUR EYE ON AN EXCITING GAME

The author, coach of the Montreal Canadiens since 1955—senior coach in the NHL—has piloted the swift-skating Habitants to eight pennants and seven Stanley Cup championships. As a player he scored 235 goals in 13 seasons with the Canadiens, winning fame as left wing on the incomparable Punch Line with Maurice (Rocket) Richard and Elmer Lach. Blake was the NHL's Most Valuable Player for 1938-1939

By Hector (Toe) Blake

College Football

Necessity is the mother of the forward pass

Darrell Royal long believed that nothing good could happen if you threw a football, but nothing good was happening anyway, so Texas surprised Rice with a passing game and came up with a convincing victory

By Dan Jenkins

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Hunting

The cougar moves up from vermin to trophy

Old wives' tales and old ranchers' fears have long made the American lion a prime target for bounty hunters. Most of the fears are proving groundless, and the big cat is slowly being accepted as a game animal

By Virginia Kraft

Horse Racing

Damascus against the world

America's Horse of the Year has done everything but mow the lawn. He may do exactly that in next week's International on the grass at Laurel

By Whitney Tower

Horse Show

A long run in the blues

By Alice Higgins

Bridge

CAUTION: bid this with care

By Charles Goren

The Lady

THE LADY IS A CHAMP

She is Aileen Eaton, a woman in a man's game—fight promotion—that abounds in stealth and triple trickery. Dictatorial yet feminine, she is loved by some, hated by others and feared by all

By Mark Kram

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS