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Au Revoir
AU REVOIR, PACKERS!
When Green Bay lost to the powerful Baltimore Colts last week it meant that the old champions would not be in the Super Bowl this time, but it would be wrong to assume that they will not come back
Two Bantams
TWO BANTAMS BUILD A CLASSIC
Australian champion Lionel Rose was the boxer, Mexican challenger Chucho Castillo was the slugger and the match was a beauty—fast, hard and close. The riot afterward was a disgraceful anticlimax
College Basketball
SAD DEBUT IN A STATELY DOME
Notre Dame inaugurated its new court with visions of a mighty upset. For a while the Irish appeared to be on their way, but UCLA and Lew Alcindor settled down and played like the champions they always are
Wheeling Ironmen
PRO FOOTBALL ON A SHOESTRING
Wheeling loves its Ironmen of the Continental League, but love isn't money, so the team must make do with a subterranean office and a field borrowed from local high schools
People
Pro Basketball
Shining star under a cloud
Because of youthful indiscretions, Connie Hawkins, who smothers the ball and foes with giant hands, is the best unknown pro in the land
Pro Football
A three-way race loses one of its horses
The San Diego Chargers dropped out of contention in the AFL's Western Division, taking a 40-3 walloping from the Kansas City Chiefs, who remain in a tie with the Oakland Raiders as they go into the final week of play
Bridge
Harness Racing
Lights go up in Hollywood
Nighttime trotting arrives in California at last, and the meet's early returns are encouraging. Well, they were until the fog came rolling in
Basketball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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