A Feud and a Fugitive

April 24, 1961
April 24, 1961

Table of Contents
April 24, 1961

Horse Shows
A Man And A Rod
Baseball Changes
The Masters
Part II: A New Dimension In Sailing
Horse Racing
Car Cultists
  • To many persons the automobile is a status symbol. To 1.5 million hot rodders, however, the car is the cornerstone of a cult with its own lingo, totems and heaven. The cats range from wild to mild, but the fuzzy world they live in can be far out, man, far out

Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

A Feud and a Fugitive

Like any sensible outsider, National Hockey League Referee Frank Udvari knows that it's best to keep clear of a family fight. One night last week during a furious set-to between Jim Norris' Chicago Black Hawks and his brother Bruce's Detroit Red Wings, this year's Stanley Cup finalists, Udvari found the ice too hot for a stranger and took prudent refuge on top of the boards (striped shirt, right). The Detroit team went on to win this particular round of the family quarrel to tie the playoffs at 2-2 but at week's end the best-of-seven series had been taken by the Hawks.

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