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
42 Horse Racing
63 For the Record
64 Basketball's Week
66 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 63
Cover photograph by Jerry Cooke
What a French artist famed for satirically illustrated children's books sees in the rough-and-tumble of professional hockey provides a vivid and colorful treat for everybody.
Emily Hahn, witty analyst of so many of humanity's fits and foibles, examines the peculiarity of many Englishmen—they seem to love animals more than they do people.
Bill Casper, one of the finest putters in golf, reveals the secrets of the delicate art which can account for as much as half the difference between a good and an ordinary game.