Rush Of Heavies
SUDDEN RUSH OF NEW HEAVIES
Although Cassius Clay seems to be running out of worthy opponents, a number of good youngsters, led by Jerry Quarry, promise future excitement. Still growing and only 20, Quarry is a fearsome puncher
THE HURRY-UP-AND-WAIT GAME
Australia's Ron Clarke tried to confuse the world's best two-milers by using the old army system of rush, rush, rush and then slow, slow, slow, and it worked until he ran afoul of a friend who ignored him
Killy
SKIING'S DARLING OF DERRING-DO
By performing such stunts as leaping from a balcony in the midst of The Great Kandahar Water Fight and by attacking downhill and slalom courses like Batman, Jean-Claude Killy of France is earning a reputation as skiing's No. 1 clown—as well as its No. 1 racer
Arabians
People
Sporting Look
Boating
Legislative status for a victory at sea
West Coast sailors may be also-rans in America's Cup competition but, with Congress to back them and a cup of their own to race for, they made one 12-meter man from back east look like Sir Thomas Lipton
College Basketball
Bridge
For The Record
Basketball's Week
Basketball's Week
While their teams battled for tournament spots, college stars were busy adding to All-America credentials. Some of the brightest last week: Providence's Jimmy Walker, Syracuse's Dave Bing, Michigan's Cazzie Russell, Dayton's Henry Finkel, Houston's Elvin Hayes and USC's John Block
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)