Winter Olympics
KENTUCKY IN A WILDCAT LEAGUE
Adolph (the Baron) Rupp, scowling as usual, is winning, but not the way he used to. The competition in the Southeastern Conference, thanks to Rupp's influence, may be the toughest in the nation
FROM POP ART TO BOUNCE BACK
After a horrible season, the Dodgers are full of jokes, trades and early practices that may mean revival. Walter O'Malley is letting Angelenos into Chavez Ravine (free!) to watch them sweat
Boycott
BOYCOTT NOW—BOYCOTT LATER?
In New York black demonstrators protested against a club track meet, while in Grenoble the International Olympic Committee, by readmitting South Africa, stimulated the proposed Olympic boycott
North Stars
Gold Mine
NEW ZEALAND'S EQUINE GOLD MINE
Kiwi harness horses are soon handicapped out of contention. These overage destroyers, sold to U.S. horsemen, have now won $3 million in purses here and more of them are on the way
People
Swimming
Only a little old dual meet
Ordinarily, two-team competition is thought to be merely preparation for the NCAA, but when USC and Stanford meet head on—watch out!
Golf
Curtis Lives!
The driver of the stock car crashing here is legendary Curtis Turner, racer, party thrower, 'shine hauler, flyer extraordinary. Unhurt, he resumed an implausible life
For The Record
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments