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Booktalk

Bored and looking for something to do, Colonel Siegel found himself a treasure

By Robert H. Boyle

Yesterday/Iron Men

How 11 Men of Iron Flattened Harvard, Yale and Dartmouth

Brown's coach hadn't planned it that way, but once his starting team got rolling it seemed silly to bother with substitutes

By John Hanlon

On The Loose

LEROY ON THE LOOSE

With the Golden Dome and Pat O'Brien and those screaming thousands at South Bend it looked like a setup for Notre Dame, but coldly professional Purdue and its red-hot halfback turned the Irish rooters green

By Dan Jenkins

MR. RIGHT WINS FOR DR. FAGER

The Woodward was supposed to settle a few scores among those who might enter, but when a 10-to-1 shot beat Damascus it made Doc champion of the handicap division and probably Horse of the Year

By Whitney Tower

BIG TIP OF A KAPP TO DOOLEY'S DEFENSE

For the first time this year, Coach Jim Dooley saw his Bears get tough as the team stopped Joe Kapp and the surprising Vikings

By Tex Maule

Great White Hope on the Great White Way

Schoendienst

MANAGER OF THE MONEY MEN

Stubborn as a Missouri mule, the St. Louis Cardinals' Red Schoendienst has found the right way to run the world's highest-paid baseball club

By William Leggett

College Football

'A man has got to go with what he believes'

So said Grambling Coach Eddie Robinson after his gamble gave the win to Morgan State. But 64,000 fans, who paid $200,000 to an urban charity, showed they supported the principle

By Pat Putnam

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Motor Sports

An orphan socked it to Porsche in France

At rain-spattered Le Mans a Ford GT40 with an English accent (above, moving into the turn past the pits) took the lead after four hours and rolled to victory as supposedly unbreakable German contenders fell ill

By Gwilym S. Brown

Boxing

George has the rhyme, Pappy has the reason

George Foreman, the heavyweight poet, has a golden opportunity in the Olympics if, as Coach Pappy Gault warns, he obeys the rules

By Gilbert Rogin

Golf

Lower your hems, girls

So says the Ladies' Golf Union of Great Britain, a straitlaced organization founded in 1893 to advance women's rights on and around the course

By Pat Ryan

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Peter Carry

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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