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April 22, 1968 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

A Fitting Fight for St. Pat

Hockey's worst riot occurred on St. Patrick's Day 1955, but it had nothing to do with any Irishman

By Stan Fischler

Masters

GOLF'S CRAZIEST DRAMA

A cruel technicality destroyed the popular Roberto de Vicenzo and also awarded the Masters to Bob Goalby, but before that happened a number of colorful players contributed to the sport's most suspenseful theater in years

By Alfred Wright

THE BATTLE OF THE BIG TOWNS

As Stanley Cup hockey heated up, the best war was between New York's Rangers, who had a plan, and the Second City's Black Hawks, who behaved like doves for a time but then got pretty mean

By Pete Axthelm

Oldtime Films

REMINISCENT, RELIABLE AND REVEALING

Marathon

ANGRY OVERSEER OF THE MARATHON

Jock Semple, the colorful Scot who manages Boston's epic event, wages a passionate battle for his race and against those who mock it

By Myron Cope

The Iroquois

A Spring Classic Of Urbane Sport

Scarlet Tails and a Brunch for 500

By Alice Higgins

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

The captain takes a flyer in hearts

By Charles Goren

Baseball

Money in the Phillies' bank

That is the rookie's name, and Philadelphia, off on a new Whiz Kid kick, expects to collect rich interest on him and Outfielder Larry Hisle

By Mark Mulvoy

Golf

A tournament for non-Masters

Pros who were unable to qualify for Augusta kept their games in tune in an off-Broadway version

By Tom C. Brody

Motor Sports

A farewell to Jimmy Clark

Graham Hill, Lotus teammate of Clark's and former world champion, writes of Jimmy's last race and his qualities as a driver and a man

By Graham Hill

Horse Racing

More murk for the soothsayers

Verbatim's victory in the Gotham was no guide to Derby prophecy

By Whitney Tower

Woolpert

TRIUMPH IN OBSCURITY

Irony accompanied Phil Woolpert through a skyrocket coaching career of matchless achievements and is with him even today amid the satisfactions of a tranquil, sunny campus in San Diego

By William Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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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