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March 11, 1968 Table Of Contents

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Booktalk

Football facts as hard as hickory make a book to be cherished by genuine nuts

By William Johnson

Yesterday

Below the Belt with Bummy

Despite his name, Mr. Davis was not really a dirty fighter. But a Brownsville man's pride can be tried too far

By Frank Graham Jr.

Rhubarb

RHUBARB THRIVES IN THE PALMS

Once again a disqualification mars Hialeah's Flamingo after a rousing race, while Santa Anita produces a surprise Kentucky Derby contender and an unbeaten colt that may be the best 3-year-old of them all

By Whitney Tower

Hot Rookies

SOME HOT ROOKIES FOR A NEW SEASON

Military service and a restrictive baseball rule hover over the horizon, but here are five young stars, the best of a remarkable group of hopefuls

By William Leggett

THE ONCE A WINTER WILD ONE

People

PEOPLE

Sporting Look

Lilly fashions her own kind of Pulitzer Prize

By Ruth Lieder

Basketball

A winner where the tall corn grows

In the final week Iowa leads a typical Big Ten gang fight, with Ohio State hoping for a playoff

By Joe Jares

Boating

Boat ride? Yes, but don't go near the water

Since the first naval architect hollowed out the first log canoe, boats have been designed to move across water, but going on the water doesn't necessarily mean going in it. The point now is to go above the water

By Hugh Whall

Timid Generation

The Timid Generation

The popular view is that youth is in revolt, but a look at Duke University suggests that a professor there, Jack Preiss (right), is closer to the truth: quiet anxiety is the prevailing mood

By William Johnson

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

COLLEGE BOXING'S LAST ROUND

All efforts to revive a long-dead sport seem to have failed. The final stand may be on the West Coast, where the California Collegiate Boxing Conference still slugs away. But it is only shadowboxing

By Martin Kane

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD