Footloose
Blue-Eyed Charro
General Bill Fox: the Blue-eyed Charro
The Mexican 'charreada,' forerunner of the rodeo, is a highly stylized, almost ritual form of horsemanship—and among the most brilliant of its performers is a retired U.S. Marine Corps officer
Shopwalk
The Tigers
The Celtics
THE CELTICS ISN'T DEAD YET
After Boston lost three straight games on the road with three of its stars in bandages and a fourth on the recovery list, the rest of the league was hopeful. Now ask Philadelphia if the champ is still alive
Clay-Patterson
THE GREATEST MEETS THE GRIMMEST
In the garish limelight of Las Vegas the boastful champion, Cassius Clay, and the dour ex-champion, Floyd Patterson, train amid distractions for the fight they both consider a sort of religious war
Riverside
THE GRAND PRIX WAS A GASSER
Dress was informal—and remarkable—at Riverside's big race, a swinging affair where 84,478 people focused intermittently on speed and spin-outs but mostly on their own gaudy show
Powder Skiing
Powder-Skiing
Football's Week
FOOTBALL'S WEEK
Sophomores had their biggest Saturday as Houston's Warren McVea finally popped loose to upset Ole Miss, UCLA's Gary Beban ran and passed his team through Washington and Tennessee's Charlie Fulton personally upended Georgia Tech. Seasoned players were equally effective, among them Tulsa's Howard Twilley, Notre Dame's Bill Wolski and Michigan State's Clinton Jones, who together scored 14 touchdowns. But in Pullman, Wash, the team was the thing as Washington State (below) finally did it the easy way and beat Oregon soundly
People
Pro Football
Fishing
Spongers
SPONGERS SELDOM CHISEL
In table tennis jargon a sponger is not a freeloader, nor is chiseling cheating. You'll find out what they mean in the following story, a brief, humorous history of the game by a man who is 10-time U.S. champion and yet is in no danger of being recognized, except, perhaps, in Hong Kong
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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