Feb. 13, 1961
Feb. 13, 1961

Table of Contents
Feb. 13, 1961

New Ingo
Safe Driving Part II
Laurence Owen
Horse Racing
  • Sports Illustrated's Turf Editor, Whitney Tower (right), here begins a series of articles on what may be termed the hidden crisis in Thoroughbred racing in this country. The result of long observation and recently growing concern, this series will go beyond mere critical analysis to recommend constructive solutions—the first being true authority for a national racing body

Doggiest Dogs
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


14 A Change in Ingo
Ingemar Johansson has a new punch, a new diet and a new attitude. A report by Martin Kane

This is an article from the Feb. 13, 1961 issue

20 The Big Russian Breaks Even
USC's John Rudometkin starred as his team split a back-to-back basketball series with UCLA

22 Ritual Rassle
Part ceremonial, part wrestling match, Japan's ancient sport of Sumo is shown in color

28 Safe Driving: Part II
Jack Brabham, the world's best road racer, presents his sensible primer for sports car drivers

39 Mother Set the Style
Laurence Owen and her sister Maribel won two more national titles for an illustrious skating family

48 The Doggiest Dogs
A portrait gallery of the leading contenders in the season's ritziest dog show

56 Yogi on the Hill
In his new biography with Ed Fitzgerald, Yogi Berra warmly recalls his happy boyhood years

The departments

8 Scorecard
42 Horse Racing
45 Skiing
53 Golf
63 For the Record
64 Basketball's Week
66 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 63

Cover photograph by Jerry Cooke


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