12 THE WONDERFULWORLD OF SPORT As the camera sees it
15 SOUNDTRACK SI's editors report and reflect on the news
60 COMING EVENTS
62 SCOREBOARD and Week's Winners

6 SWEAT &TEARS IN CHICAGO
Bowling's most demanding and exhausting test this week established a Clevelandman and a Philadelphia girl as the best of the nation's 20 million performers.A report in words and pictures by VICTOR KALMAN and RICHARD MEEK

18 ACOAST-TO-COAST LOOK AT BOXING'S STRAW BOSSES
SI correspondents in Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit, San Francisco and LosAngeles have investigated their local situations. Drawing on their material andon his own inquiries, ROBERT COUGHLAN concludes: "A nationalscandal"

20 HOT ROD ANDTHE BEST
His fans claim Hot Rod Hundley is the best player basketball has ever seen.Others will argue the point—but nobody denies that this West Virginia star isthe most colorful and controversial man on any college court. A word portraitby ROY MCHUGH with four pages of top college stars IN COLOR

26 HOW RUSSIAOUTSHOOTS US
At Caracas. Venezuela, the Soviet Union's pistol and rifle marksmen recentlystunned the shooting world by walking away with most of the top honors. How didthis happen, and why? PAUL R. WALKER describes this latest Russian threat andwarns that U.S. shooters had better get off their bellies

34 THE CHANGINGLOOK OF FOX HUNTING
Speeding cars, housing developments, higher costs and dwindling funds are modemhazards to an ancient sport. Despite them, however, its devotees are carryingon in the great tradition. A complete report by REGINALD WELLS with pictures INCOLOR, a gallery of sportsmen, Do's, Don'ts and Hunting Buttons

42 APPLE PIE INSUN VALLEY
Jill Kinmont, that is—the young lady on Si's cover, the girl the coaches at SunValley watched so closely as an Olympic candidate, and the prettiest girl inthe place. A picture story by JOERN GERDTS

45 A VISIT TOHAITI
An ancient and historic island, colorful and haunting, with voodoo rites andtourist sights vividly portrayed in JOHN GROTH'S water colors

THEDEPARTMENTS:

1 Pat on theBack: Praise for those not already smothered with it

2 Hotbox: JIMMYJEMAIL asks: Do you favor the 24-second rule for college basketball?

31 Outdoors: Highup on Mt. Baldy in eastern Arizona, a crew of men work busily to keep Big Lakefrom freezing. They've found a way to lick "winterkill" and save ajackpot of trout. A report by REX STANLEY

32 Nature: Thetime is at hand when the groundhog has to take his annual beating as a weatherprophet. JOHN O'REILLY considers this highly unfair, and proceeds to tell thehistory of the whole business

54 Motor Sports:JOHN BENTLEY takes Studebaker's surprising speedster out for a road test andfinds there's an astonishing kick behind that glittering, chromium-platedfront

56 Tip from theTop: JOE BELFORE, of Detroit's Country Club, tells you how to take the fear outof sand traps

57 Horses: ALBIONHUGHES writes about that bounding bay from Beantown, Boston Doge

63 Snow Patroland Fisherman's Calendar: BILL WALLACE with the latest reports from skicountry; and ED ZERN from the brooks and rivers

64 Yesterday: TheFather of Basketball was a many-sided man who invented the game because hewanted to "do" for people. Jim Naismith's daughter-in-law, GRACENAISMITH, reminisces about him and the game's earliest days

66 The 19th Hole:The readers take over

COVER: JillKinmont

Photograph by HYPESKIN

Last year, prettyJill Kinmont became the first skier ever to win both the women's NationalJunior and National Senior slalom titles in the same year. Now she is takingdead aim at a spot on the U.S. Olympic team (pp. 42-44). With plenty ofpractice back home in Bishop, Calif., plus some tips from brother Bobby—aJunior champion in his own right—Jill is a good bet to make the team.

Acknowledgmentson page 63

IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE

GREYHOUND RACING UNDER LIGHTS FOUR PAGES IN FULLCOLOR
The tense and beautiful spectacle of slender-legged greyhounds whippingfuriously around an oval each year attracts more and more Americans to more andmore tracks. HY PESKIN documents its drama in stunning color

THE MILLROSE GAMES
The beauty of a track-and-field classic in unique water colors by JOHN GROTH,text by BOGART ROGERS

TENLEY ALBRIGHT
SI's cover girl in next week's issue is one of skating's brightest stars. Herfriend and teacher, MARIBEL VINSON, tells about her best pupil

WORLD'S BOBSLED CHAMPIONSHIPS
A report from St. Moritz by JIM BELL, with photographs by RALPH CRANE, and apicture map

PLUS: THE SANTA ANITA MATURITY, STEELHEAD FISHING INTHE NORTHWEST AND A MATCHWIT PUZZLE

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