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Yesterday

Kicks for the Sourdoughs

By Norman B. Wiltsey

Booktalk

Knick books, like Knick victories, are plentiful items now in midtown Manhattan

By Jim Kaplan

Fastest Man

FASTEST MAN AFLOAT

Thanks to Dave Edgar—American record holder in the 50 and 100 freestyle—and a coach who goes in for gimmicks, Tennessee, which didn't have a swimming team four years ago, is now a national power

By William F. Reed

FAR OUT IN MIDDLE AMERICA

The Kansas Jayhawks just aren't doing things the way they are supposed to. Maybe that is why they are winning again

By Curry Kirkpatrick

PHOOEY ON THE FORTUNE COOKIE

Australia's Kerry O'Brien has a history of being done in by bad luck, but last week he flouted some dire tidings in a Chinese restaurant to smash the world indoor two-mile record by eight seconds

By Pat Putnam

The Ax

WIN ONE AND THEY GIVE YOU THE AX

But they also gave out World Cup ski points in Maine's Tall Timber Classic and along came two new cutups who are headed for the title

By William Johnson

Golden Flower

TO PICK A GOLDEN FLOWER

They cannot finish in first place, but the Canadiens are fighting to be first in line for the rights to a blooming Guy from Quebec

By Mark Mulvoy

The Boxer and the Slugger

By Martin Kane

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

A lady in the shower?

When Anne Robbins goes into the St. Peter's locker room, the players don't give it a thought

By Pat Jordan

THE WEEK

By Sandy Treadwell

Bridge

Bridging the generation gap with a new deal

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

On the fence about winning

His Majesty, a colt with an eye on Kentucky, has a penchant for racing perilously near the rail

By Whitney Tower

Golf

Bad luck ends in a pot of gold

A relentless siege of illness, injury and misfortune was lifted at last when Ruth Jessen finished first in the $60,000 Sears Classic

By Walter Bingham

The Diplomat

The Once and Future Diplomat

Arthur Ashe, tennis player and would-be ambassador, gets a little training and a few shocks on a Government-sponsored tour of Africa

By Frank Deford

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

Edited by Martin Kane

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