Point Of Fact
Yesterday
The Day Kaz Roared
Ten years ago Dick Kazmaier put on one of football's most spectacular one-man shows
Big Decisions
TWO BIG DECISIONS
With powerful Bob Ferguson leading the way, scarlet-shirted Ohio State drives for a national championship, but surprising Minnesota stays right with them
THE APATHY IN SMOGSVILLE
Nearly every spectator sport in Los Angeles is suffering at the box office, and you can take your pick among a hatful of reasons—from pretty girls to some pretty poor teams
A Smart Eagle
A SMART EAGLE BEATS THE BEARS
Chicago used a subtle defense against a subtle quarterback but lost as Philadelphia's Sonny Jurgensen and his Eagles proved their right to rank as professional football's best
Horse Show
McNeeley
A QUESTION OF VIOLENCE
Tom McNeeley Jr., the Boston heavyweight who hopes to upset Champion Floyd Patterson, has a valid reputation for fury, but fury alone will not be enough
African Rescue
TIRELESS SONS OF NOAH
In the bushland of Rhodesia a stout band of Africans have been fighting for three bruising and bloody years to save the game herds from the floodwaters of the Zambezi River
Massillon
FOOTBALL FROM THE CRADLE
College football is very big in Ohio, but high school football is sometimes bigger. In Massillon it dominates the town. This year, as usual, the team is undefeated, with the aid of Boosters, game films, walkie-talkies and a farm system that begins in the cradle
Native Turkey
RETURN OF A NATIVE
For almost a century the wild turkey was just a mouth-watering legend of pioneer days. Then sportsmen across the country decided to put the big bird back in the bush where it belonged
Cards
Horse Racing
Track & Field
Boxing
Football's Week
Doc Williams
Don't Pull up for Doc
Dr. Raworth Williams is a 66-year-old surgeon who three years ago captained the Dallas Athletic Club to a national polo championship. Doc still plays a fast, hard game, and says he'll quit the day younger players start easing up on him
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)