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Booktalk

About onagers, ballistas, espringales, gunpowder and a cannon called Catherine

By Duncan Barnes

Two Idols

A TALE OF TWO IDOLS

Claims that Jean-Claude Killy accepted money and that soccer's Sir Stanley Matthews had given some away tarnished two of sport's shining names

By Paul Ress

A Rematch

REMATCH FOR ELVIN AND BIG LEW

The early rounds of the NCAA basketball tournament will produce some fascinating strategy and close games, and they should lead to the semifinal confrontation everyone awaits

By Joe Jares

Rangers

THE RANGERS ON THE RAMPAGE

Led by a night owl, a homebody and a practical joker, New York has shaken its early miseries and gathered a winning momentum that could end in its first Stanley Cup victory since 1940

By Pete Axthelm

Compensation

HIS WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION

Joe Frazier believes in giving full measure for what he gets. There were no frills in his performance, but when the bout was over Buster Mathis was flat on his back and Frazier was a champion of sorts

By Mark Kram

Bradley

AN ANSWER TO THE BRADLEY RIDDLE

Months after his heralded debut in pro basketball Bill Bradley often plays poorly—when he is not on the bench. Where is the superb performer of just two years ago?

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE MASTERS OF SHED ROW

People

PEOPLE

Golf

Another log on a smouldering fire

Friction between the touring pros and the PGA flares over new clauses in tournament entry forms

By Alfred Wright

Bowling

Deep down in the lanes with Lady Bird

They are so well hidden in the labyrinthian cellars of the White House that it takes a First Lady to find them. The President's wife, it develops, is not only a fine bowler, she shines even with flashbulbs popping in her face

By Barbara La Fontaine

Bridge

A safety play that brought about disaster

By Charles Goren

Bang! Bang!

Bang! Bang! You're Dead

Bonnie and Clyde have given the burgeoning cult of violence a campy stylishness, and a lot of Americans are going out and buying guns—not necessarily for sport. With the long hot summer just ahead, has the right to bear arms become outmoded? This question has brought much rhetoric, but here is a careful study—and specific recommendations

By Martin Kane

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