10 'My Brains—and Your Muscles!'
An advance look at the big golf news of 1959: Tommy Armour's lessons on how to play a golf course
This is an article from the March 30, 1959 issue
16 An A for Darrall
Jerry Tax observes California's slow play and fast rise to the NCAA basketball championship
18 The Rains Came and Came
In Florida, that is, and from ball fields and horse tracks came a disgruntled thunder
31 Perry Jones and the Rose Bowl
Perry has been too shy about his case—the Coast deserves the 1959 Davis Cup defense
32 Hungriest Team in the World
The Toronto Maple Leafs dramatically barred the Rangers from the Stanley Cup playoffs
34 Springfield Rifle Takes the Title
It's Davey Moore, new featherweight champion, and a sorry day in Nigeria. By Martin Kane
40 Monstrous Was the Word for Sebring
Co-winner Phil Hill so dubbed it after driving the winning Ferrari over the rain-swept track
47 Black Bass, Chinese Style
Aquarium Director Carleton Ray's quick and easy recipe for a succulent Sino-American dish
54 You Could Blame It on the Moms
How college boxing has declined from a modest peak, and some misconceptions that hurt it
60 Part II: Aly Khan
The other side of the much-publicized sporting prince: a horse trader par excellence
5 Basketball's Week
8 Coming Events
18 Wonderful World
25 Events & Discoveries
40 Motor Sports
44 Charles Goren
48 Ski Tip
69 19th Hole
72 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 7
Cover: Tommy Armour
Canny Scotsman, great professional and teacher, this smiling gentleman begins on page 10 a series of lessons designed to lead you through a round of "thinking" golf.
Photograph by Richard Meek
•Bob Jones, greatest golfing hero of all time, provides a special treat by writing about the Augusta National, scene of next week's Masters, and tells how to play it hole by hole.
•At the outset of the 1959 trout season, a synthesis in depth of the perfect dry-fly angler by Sparse Grey Hackle, backed by the irreverent drawings of Jerome Snyder.
•As spring training nears an end, scores of rookies battle to win positions in the major league lineups. Roy Terrell tells which youngsters are the likeliest bets to make good.