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Bubbles And Bounces

BUBBLES AND BOUNCES

Ralph Doubell, who likes the taste of champagne, won a sparkling 1,000 in L.A., but Kip Keino was flat and lost the mile, and fellow Kenyan Naftali Bon, unused to the bounce of the boards, fizzled out

By Pat Putnam

Cousy

COUSY MAKES THE ROYALS RUN

Determined to alter Cincinnati's style, as he had changed many elements of the sport itself when he played, the new coach has traded stars, quashed cliques and transformed attack and defense

By William Leggett

A many-faceted champion

Captain Cool

CAPTAIN COOL STRIKES AGAIN

Britain's John Wyer has risen to the top in auto endurance racing by going fast slowly. The magician behind two Ford upsets at Le Mans switches to Porsche and duels Ferrari as Daytona opens a new season

By Gwilym S. Brown

Part 5: Television And Sport

'YOU KNOW YOU'RE NOT GETTING MAUDIE FRICKERT'

Anxious to make their play to men, the sellers of cars, insurance, travel, cigarettes, razors, tires and long-lasting heads eagerly pay a premium price to spread sports-and their commercials-across the land

By William Johnson

College Basketball

The other side of 'The Y'

Mormon policy is one thing, the views of BYU's team are another, and the differences are quite surprising

By William F. Reed

THE WEEK

By Peter Carry

People

PEOPLE

Hockey

A reluctant dragon torments the Red Wings

Once a fire-breather for Toronto, Carl Brewer has returned from self-imposed exile as a most civilized defenseman for Detroit. The Wings want him meaner but realize he is the key to a playoff spot as he is

By Gary Ronberg

Outdoors

Hot tips for cold days

Stoics who like camping out even in sub-zero weather can keep cozy by taking James Phillips' advice to pad with polyurethane

By Virginia Kraft

Ted Williams

TED WILLIAMS—MY YEAR

Outspoken as always, the American League Manager of the Year is extraordinarily candid about the team he rescued from the bone pile and made respectable in his rookie season with the Washington Senators. He will quit, he says while on safari in Africa, if the 'aggravation' gets bad, but even the white hunters do not believe him

By John Underwood

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 J. Richard Munro

SCORECARD

CREDITS

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