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Shopwalk

If you happen to lose your marbles, the Vitro Agate Co. stands ready to help

By Charles Layng

Yesterday

The Conquerors Won, Thanks to the Conquered

The Japanese beat every nation of Southeast Asia in waging war, and history claims that they beat the whole world in the Olympic marathon of 1936. But the front-runner was really a patriotic Korean

By Hal Drake

Green Bay

NEVER RULE OUT AN OLD CHAMP

The Green Bay Packers are off to a dreary start with three losses and a tie in their first six games and the powerful Dallas Cowboys coming up this Monday, but it would be a mistake to consider them dead

By Tex Maule

THE FURLOUGH WAS SALUBRIOUS

After a year's layoff Rick Barry came back to pro basketball better than ever. Playing for his old coach. Alex Hannum, and with a largely new cast in Oakland, he helps make the team the class of the ABA

By Frank Deford

The Frenzy in the Front Row

College Football

It took a Street to get Texas on the road

There has been controversy over his tactics and dismay over his record, but Texas Coach Darrell Royal went one up on his detractors when his Longhorns ran all over pass-minded Arkansas

By Dan Jenkins

FOOTBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

People

PEOPLE

Motor Sports

The remarkably unremarkable Bruce McLaren

Charisma he hasn't got, but in the rich arena of Can-Am sports-car racing New Zealand's Mr. Modest has become a powerful, affluent Mr. Big

By Kim Chapin

Horse Shows

A show of their own for a versatile breed

Admirers of the Morgan celebrated their favorite's many qualities with a three-day extravaganza and, aptly enough, a family with a century of experience in handling the horse was one of the major ribbon winners

By Alice Higgins

Boxing

If you beat the policeman you get Ellis

That's Angelo Dundee's offer as he grooms his new fighter, who is not a cop, really, but was a bouncer, and has lost only once

By Pat Putnam

Jock House

LIFE IN A JOCK HOUSE

The author, a journalistic interloper wearing a buckle in the back, was a quiet member of the raucous USC fraternity that was packed with everybody's All-Americas

By Joe Jares

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

The Long Long Jump

In an Olympics studded with broken records, none was more awesome than the leap by Bob Beamon, who went nearly two feet beyond anyone before him to help brighten the Problem Games

By John Underwood

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