Contents

April 04, 1960

14 A Win over Mighty Moss
Belgian Driver Gendebien parlayed an even disposition and a fine car into victory at Sebring

18 New Faces of 1960
A look at five unpublicized rookies who have won big league jobs

22 Introducing an Olympic Row
First look at Sculptor Emilio Greco's unclassically flat-chested Olympics symbol

35 The Lords and Leisure
Britain's peers discuss with vim and vigor the use and abuse of idle time

36 The Unhappiest Millionaire
Walter Wolfner is moving his pro football team to greener pastures, but he isn't pleased

42 The Strategy of Streams
Part II of Wet-fly Fishing tells what James Leisenring learned about water

52 Spectacle: The Elegant Masters
Four paintings of the players, the people and the course that make up a proud tournament

58 Chamberlain's Big Mistake
Basketball's amazing rookie quits at the wrong time for the wrong reasons

68 Trail Blazers in California
Henry Romney finds social conservation is a reality in the West. Second of two parts

The departments

11 Scoreboard
22 Wonderful World
28 Events & Discoveries
58 Basketball
60 Charles Goren
61 Wrestling
64 Horse Racing
81 19th Hole
84 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 11

Cover: The Masters

Next week the top golfers in the world will be teeing off at the Augusta National Golf Club in search of one of sport's most prized championships, The Masters (see page 52).

Painting by Daniel Schwartz

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Next week

•The copy of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED which many readers look forward to all spring is the special baseball issue. On the newsstands next week, it will present a preview of what to expect during the coming season, detailed scouting reports on all 16 major league teams, portraits in color of last year's most valuable players and an unusual drawing of famous old Comiskey Park. In addition, there will be the usual blend of news stories and regular features, including the Florida Derby, AAU swimming championships, Olympic basketball trials.

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