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Yesterday/Company E

When Company E Beat the Elis

Fond du Lac's motley collection of scrubs was no match for the proud champions from Yale. So how come they won?

By Skip Myslenski

Comebacks

COMEBACKS ALL OVER

After a decade of glory, the Boston veterans were the poorest qualifiers in the Eastern Division playoffs, but they drew strength from a proud tradition and won the right to meet New York in the semifinal round

By Frank Deford

RESCUED FROM DISASTER BY THE HARD-TO-LOVE GIANT

By Tex Maule

A POLITE NO FROM ARNIE AND JACK

How were Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus getting ready for the Masters last week? By skipping the Greensboro Open, even though first money was $32,000, as Gene Littler will happily testify

By William Johnson

Brower Power

BROWER POWER AWAITS THE VERDICT

For more than a decade the Sierra Club, under Executive Director David Brower (right), has spearheaded conservation forces in many winning battles. Now Brower's job is on the line in an election fight between go-slow club members and his own go-for-broke adherents

By Harold Peterson

Year 101

ONE HUNDRED AND ONE

With a century of pro play behind it, major league baseball in 1969 is expanding again—and in ways that may prove a boon to the game now and in the future. Sensible scheduling, a forceful new commissioner and the examples of two successful expansion tries give promise of an exciting and eventful season as clubs begin Year ONE HUNDRED AND ONE

By William Leggett

THE IRON MEN

Scouting Reports

SCOUTING REPORTS

Baltimore in a Real Race

By William Leggett

Two Managers and Two Teams

By William Leggett

The Cards Are Marked Again

By William Leggett

Old Saws Over a New Mays

By William Leggett

People

PEOPLE

Gymnastics

At the finish first is Finnish

Laconic Mauno Nissinen of the University of Washington left them speechless when he won the All-Around title in the NCAA championships

By Dan Levin

Bridge

Four youthful new kings

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

No reason for Bull to cry

By Whitney Tower

Bowling

Breakthrough for the Kiddie Korps at Akron

Oldtimers have been doing surprisingly well on the PBA tour, but in the Firestone tournament, the sport's biggest and richest event, 23-year-old Jim Godman headed a lucrative charge by the "straight ball" generation

By Kim Chapin

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

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD