Yesterday
Power Of The Press
THE POWER OF THE PRESS
A weapon of immense potency in the proper hands, the UCLA zone press brought the Bruins victories over Wichita State and Michigan and another national title
Denver Football
A LOVE AFFAIR WITH A LOSER
Denver rebuffed its eighth-rate pro football team until other cities started romancing it. Two community-minded brothers saved it at the last hour, and now the city is a mile high over those Broncos
OOOH, WHAT A DRAWING GAME!
Skipping like masters a', Wisconsin's national champion curlers invaded Scotland last week, switched tactics in mid-ice, beat the mighty Canadians and swept off with the world title on their first try
Dodgers
Dominoes
People
Golf
Horse Shows
Hockey
Detroit flies high on beat-up old Red Wings
A middle-aged forward named Ullman scored most of Detroit's goals and a youngster named Crozier stopped the other team's, but it was the hoariest old men in hockey who really put the Red Wings over the top
Jai Alai
JAI ALAI: FURY AT THE FRONTON
The Basques, who invented it, call it pelota. A game of great beauty and risk, it enthralls betting crowds in six Florida cities now and is attracting fresh athletes around the world
For The Record
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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