1967 WORLD SERIES The Cardinals win the opener of the 1967 World Series, on the strength of Bob Gibson's pitching while Lou Brock ties a Series record by getting four hits. Santiago homers forrnBoston's only run. Boston evens the Series by taking the second game as Lonborg gets a one-hitter and Yastrzemski homers twice.
CROSS-COUNTRY RACE 3600 runners jostle and jounce over 4 1/2 miles around Brussels in their annual cross-country race. Britisher Mal Batty wins but the two-legged traffic jam at the start is unbelievable.
SPRING TRAINING DODGERS, at Vero Beach, get in shape for a crack at a 3rd straight pennant. Visiting Japanese players and rookie talent lends new interest to the scene. YANKEES, at St. Petersburg, look to another series with several new faces trying out for the team. Among them, Bobby Shantz, Art Ditmar, and Alva Cicotte. WHITE SOX, at Tampa, plan to make it a real race in the American League. Arnstrong pitching staff and lusty hitters promise to make a great fight of it.
BICYCLE 'RACE OF THE ACES' The top bicycle racing stars of Europe in the "Race of the Aces" on the Longchamps course in Paris. After sixty miles of round-and-round, Belgium's Eddy Merckx is across the finish line first.
PATTERSON AND MOORE IN TRAINING Youth vs age for the heavyweight crown. Scrappy young hopeful Floyd Patterson and wily veteran Archie Moore train for an upcoming bout, which will determine possession of Rocky Marciano's vacated heavyweight crown.
HYDROPLANES IN GOVERNOR'S CUP REGATTA Hydroplanes in the power unlimited class scorch along the Ohio River at Madison, Indiana, in the Governor's Cup Regatta. The nation's biggest, fastest speedboats and top racing drivers set a thrill-packed pace, with Miss U.S., Fred Alter at the wheel, averaging a torrid 89-plus m.p.h. to cop the coveted trophy.
ICE HOCKEY - RANGERS VERSUS CANADIENS The New York Rangers face the Montreal Canadiens, and set out to avenge a 5-0 defeat. Tempers are hotter than the game itself, penalties aplenty in a two-way thriller. Fighting all the way, the Rangers tie for 1st place in the League with a 3-2 win.
MOVIE STUDIO BEAUTY CONTEST In Los Angeles, thirty beautiful contestants vie for prizes that include a U-I contract. The winner, shapely Phyllis McLeen, will tour to publicize the forthcoming film "Written On The Wind."
HURDLING HOUNDS Greyhound racing with a novel twist, added steeple-chase thrills. Two races for top speedsters of the breed, and the pack covers the course with lightning-swift sleek grace, at better than 50 m.p.h. average over the distance.
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