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May 6, 1968 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

For a token $2 a day you can rent a cabin in Alaska's wildest wilderness

By Dolly Connelly

Yesterday

When the Indians Tied the Redskins Three All

Long before the Twins and the Vikings came to town, they were playing ball in Minnesota, and they were playing for keeps. They called it ball, but it was more like intertribal warfare

By Bill Mackay

Booktalk

A horse with flat feet who loved to watch birds was one of racing's greats

By Maboth Moseley

Money Right

RIGHT ON THE MONEY

Jimmy Ellis, his days as Muhammad Ali's sparring partner far behind him, crashed home an effective right hand to win the WBA version of the heavyweight championship and, finally, a chance at better paydays

By Mark Kram

RELAX, GIRLS, IT'S A MANN'S WORLD

Carol Mann is currently the best player on the women's pro tour, which grows richer despite 'shoot-downs' by the PGA

By Curry Kirkpatrick

The Derby

AT LAST, A DERBY COLT TO BEAT

After months of false hopes, inconclusive races, do-nothings and dropouts, the Kentucky Derby now has a horse at whom everyone can take aim. If he wins, there will be familiar colors in the winner's circle

By Whitney Tower

THE ROSE THIS YEAR IS FOREVER YOURS

Met Lights

LIGHTS IN THE MET CELLAR

Their lapses are still laughable, but New York's new stars at last give promise of a bright, winning future

By William Leggett

Multihulls

HEY HO AND UP SHE RISES

Nobody denies that a lot of hulls make for more excitement than one. But do they make for safety?

By Hugh Whall

People

PEOPLE

Harness Racing

Today Yonkers, tomorrow the world of pace

The invasion of top class horses from New Zealand and Australia continues as three competitors new to Americans dominate the first of an international series, frustrating still another Anzac in quest of $1 million

By Joe Jares

Track & Field

The Mighty Burner blazes on

Villanova's super sophomore, Larry James, turned in the fastest 440 ever run as he anchored his team to its fifth title at the Penn Relays

By Johnathan Rodgers

The Channel

The Channel Is a Place to Suffer

From Cap Gris Nez to the cliffs of Dover is a routine 21-mile passage, unless you choose to swim it. For those who have conquered its cold and currents to step out on the opposite shore, life holds no greater triumph

By Dick Miles

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

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

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