September 11, 1966

Shopwalk
Yesterday
A Conn Game that Collapsed
Light Heavyweight Billy Conn (right) had Joe Louis beaten and the championship won—for 12 rounds
Booktalk
Best Friend
MONEY IS A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND
A group of Springfield, Ohio businessmen decided to put up the biggest prize in the history of women's golf, and suddenly the best ladies in the game found they could play better than they had dreamed
GREAT LEAP FORWARD—AND BACK
A Welsh broad jumper, a slew of East Germans and some swift Poles were the bright surprises in the rain-splattered European Championships that saw track and field and the Russians take a reactionary nose dive
FRANK'S WAY WITH A FILLY
All of his special skill in training young female trotters, plus a daring decision in the paddock between the mile heats, brought Frank Ervin and Kerry Way victory and a record in The Hambletonian
The Men Who Fire
THE MEN WHO FIRE MANAGERS
'Then I'll get the other pup,' Irving Berlin sang, 'the guy that gets the bugler up....' In baseball, when things go wrong, the manager gets the blame, but if you want to find the other pup, go look for...THE MEN WHO FIRE MANAGERS
Golden Game
Scouting Reports
THE BEARS COME BLASTING IN
Challenging Chicago has a trio of Bears who will feast upon many NFL opponents. The hungriest Bear of them all is Quarterback Rudy Bukich
People
Baseball
Big victory in a small town
Teen-age amateurs from all over the U.S. met in New Mexico for the world series of Connie Mack baseball. It was a back-country spectacular
Boating
Vindication in the Mallory
A brilliant failure in the America's Cup racing, Bill Cox at last wins the sailing trophy that marks him the best skipper on this continent
Bridge
Golf
Looking For A Lift
LOOKING FOR A LIFT
Watched moodily by the one friend who believes in him, Norbert Schemansky works out faithfully in a sleazy underground gym and ponders his years as the world's greatest weight lifter, an achievement that wins him neither glory nor a job to help support his family
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments