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REGAL SPLENDOR ON THE SIDELINES

Feb. 10, 1964
Feb. 10, 1964

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Feb. 10, 1964

Yesterday
Olympic
Wally's Cue
Fireball Roberts
Best Girl
Golf
  • By Gwilym S. Brown

    Arnie, Jack and Julie are around, yet in five weeks they have failed to win. The titles have gone instead to the likes of youthful Tommy, tiny Chi Chi and aging Art—and there are reasons why

Boating
Track
Liston
  • By Morton Sharnik

    Ominous in the background, Sonny Liston glowers down on a quartet of fighters who, when they met him, were not intimidated in the least. Here, from the left, are Marty Marshall, Burt Whitehurst, Eddie Machen and Jim McCarter. They tell how they stood up to the heavyweight champion and how he can be beaten

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

REGAL SPLENDOR ON THE SIDELINES

The only color missing from the IX Olympic Winter Games was the blue-white blaze of snow. The people involved had never been more fancifully arrayed. Striding into Bergisel Stadium for the opening ceremonies, the Russians were czaristic in golden sealskin coats, while the Argentines, in eye-catching ponchos, were gaudy as a delegation to a folklore congress. But for sheer opulence it was the spectators' show, as these fur-clad aristocrats demonstrate.

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Luxuriating in leopard coat and babushka. Queen Farah Diba of Iran was the most ogled spectator at the opening ceremonies. Beside her, the hatless Shah was quietly tailored in a wool coat cut like a pea jacket. Next day they both switched to stretch pants for skiing.

Dazzling in matchless heirloom shearling coat (vintage 1929) and enormous furry mittens, Mrs. Gerhard Porsche attended Games with her husband, son of the German auto manufacturer Ferry Porsche. Young Porsche sported a lofty Austrian balaclava and sheepskin coat.

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