Feb. 25, 1963
Feb. 25, 1963

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Feb. 25, 1963

Basketball's Feud
Rex Ellsworth
Track & Field
  • Getting to a grand slam usually involves a long climb, but the U.S. world championship team has a pair of alternates who prefer to rocket up

Motor Sports
Santo Domingo
  • Baseball in the Dominican Republic is an emotional outlet for the villagers, a subject of profound study for the sociologists and—since Dictator Trujillo's assassination—a delicate matter for politicians. It is also an engagingly good-natured game of dash and audacity, and the success of Dominican big leaguers in the U.S. has inspired a host of talented youngsters on the sugar cane plantations.

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


38, 39—David Moore-Black Star
41, 47—Gerry Cranham
42—Lehtikuva Oy
55—Richard Meek
62, 63—Rod Moyer, William H. Mortimer, Lonnie Wilson

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