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April 01, 1963 | Volume 18, Issue 13

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April 01, 1963 | Mervin Hyman
After four months of competition, the college basketball season ended in a final flurry of excitement that tilled two great arenas to overflowing and captured the attention of millions on...

April 01, 1963
BASKETBALL—NBA: The St. Louis Hawks, led by Bob Pettit's three-game average of 36 points, were ahead of Detroit 2-1 in the best-of-five playoff series. The winner plays Los Angeles. In the Eastern...

April 01, 1963
24, 25—James Drake26-35—Peter Turner-Brackman Associates42—Tony Triolo, Bill Kuenzel67—Tony Triolo69—Flip Schulke—Black Star102—A.P., Stu Apte, Jim Nickless, Jimmy Banks, Joe Ryan, William Rooney

April 01, 1963
Dale Miller, 18, of Ogden, Utah, proved himself one of the U.S.'s most promising young skiers, winning the downhill and giant slalom in the National Junior ski championships at Jackson, Wyo. He...

April 01, 1963
BIRDS AND BULLSSirs:Congratulations on your excellent article of March 11, A Brave Matadora Explains the Bullfight. I'm sorry you don't publish more like it. I do not mean articles that simply try...

April 01, 1963
TRACK'S COLD WAR HEATS UP

April 01, 1963
•Jim Ewell, Houston Colt trainer, after veteran Catcher Hal Smith suffered two split fingers: "Usually it takes 10 days for an injury like that to heal. But with all the fine young catchers in...

April 01, 1963 | Morton Sharnik

April 01, 1963 | John Underwood

April 01, 1963 | Walter Bingham
Lung for lung, Cincinnati's basketball boosters are the loudest, brashest, wildest and usually happiest in all the land. Whether in field houses during games or on the streets later on, they...

April 01, 1963
IT COMES IN A GEORGIA SPRINGTIME, AND ITS MOODS ARE AS INVITING AND COMPLEX AS THE SEASON. HERE KEN VENTURI HITS FROM A REFLECTING POOL, TROUBLED AMID SERENITY. OTHER MASTERS MOMENTS, AND A STUDY...

April 01, 1963 | Alfred Wright

April 01, 1963 | Arthur Zich
As trim as her beloved 'Bolero,' Sally Langmuir is one of very few women hardy enough to brave the rigors of ocean racing. In winds and storms she has found resolution and contentment

April 01, 1963 | Barbara Heilman

April 01, 1963 | Rex Lardner
Records were broken with awesome regularity during the AAU championships, a frothy battle from which Indiana's taut-trained swimmers emerged with a national title they have long wanted and deserved

April 01, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
Fearless Ferraris, much as expected, took the first six places at Sebring, but some new U.S. cars looked like bright winners of the future

April 01, 1963 | Charles Goren
Make no mistake about it, playing winning bridge is a science. In the long run, the luck of the cards has to balance out and the best man finishes on top. The player who claims his finesses never...

April 01, 1963 | Huston Horn

April 01, 1963
A Stanley Cup playoff quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

April 01, 1963 | Peter B. Kyne
Everyone, that is, except his owner, who cleaned up when the greyhound romped in at 100 to 1