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Booktalk

A fine equestrienne explains when to buy—and not buy—a child her own horse

By Alice Higgins

Yesterday

A Daring Flight from London to Manchester

Claude Grahame-White failed to win the £10,000 prize offered by Lord Northcliffe, but the race he lost to a Frenchman taught the world a whole lot about "aeroplane aviation"

By David Lampe

Big Fight

The Battered Face Of A Winner

SON OF THE AXE CHOPS 'EM

He had not raced since January, but when Executioner was sent to the post in the Flamingo Stakes he was sharp enough to win it big

By Whitney Tower

Ho-Hummers

THEY'RE HO-HUMMERS NO MORE

Washington now has Senators named McLain, Flood, Williams and Short lobbying to bridge the yawning gap that almost drove the team away

By John Underwood

Poisoning Of The West: Part 2

A LITTLE BIT GOES A LONG WAY

Especially a little 1080 or cyanide. And although the coyote is a main target of the Government's poisoning programs, when the body count is made a lot of victims turn out to be noncombatants

By Jack Olsen

Ski, Ski

IN SPAIN THEY SAY SKI, SKI

What important thing did Queen Isabella do for winter sports in 1492? Answer: she threw the last Moorish king out of Granada so people like Artist Marc Simont could ski there and happily decorate these and the next three pages with drawings of Solynieve, a Spanish ski spa

Tuthill

THE PRO WHO RUNS THE TOUR

Jack Tuthill, the PGA's tournament director, is a cool-headed ex-FBI agent who week after week acts as a combination law enforcer, psychiatrist and comforting friend to golf's big names

By Walter Bingham

People

PEOPLE

College Basketball

The Greeneing of U NO who—or do you?

Consciousness is strictly ESP at New Orleans, where the Greenes can clearly see victory in advance

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK

By Joe Jares

Skiing

He conquers high mountains—from the top down

By Anita Verschoth

Bridge

Staking a claim on one club

Precision is only one of several systems using a forcing one club, but its inventor will bet that his version—and his team—are best

By Charles Goren

Touch Me Not

'Nobody Touches Me With Impunity'

That is the warning, in Latin, that is posted over Robert Abady's kennel. It refers to the fierce bouviers des Flandres guard dogs he raises, but the motto might well be Abady's own

By Robert H. Boyle

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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