14 The Fastest Run of All
Ruts and rain made the Lake Placid bob run a bad place for everyone—except Eugenio Monti
This is an article from the Feb. 27, 1961 issue
20 Valeri's High, High Jump
Valeri Brumel, the 18-year-old Russian jumper, becomes a hero in Madison Square Garden
25 Far-out Band of Angels
A low-swingin' chariotful of kooky ballplayers turns up for the tryouts in L.A.
32 Wolfson at the Stable Door
The Morning Telegraph's Joe Hirsch analyzes the corporate raider's stunning success in racing
41 Duke's Red-hot and Blue Devil
Art Heyman has sparked a civil war in Carolina and made Duke a basketball power
44 Safe Driving: Part III
Pat Moss, Europe's leading woman driver, describes the fun and technique of foul-weather motoring
58 "Taylor Spink is First-class"
A unique study of the colorful publisher of baseball's Sporting News.
By Gerald Holland
11 Coming Events
52 Charles Goren
69 For the Record
70 Basketball's Week
74 19th Hole
76 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 69
Cover photograph by Jerry Cooke
At Palm Beach and Palm Springs the winter look of golf is a trim look with a new vitality. Here, in an unusual portfolio, is a preview of the coming season's fashions.
Sprinter Mike Agostini recently wrote of his life as a "shamateur" athlete. Now, in an extraordinary essay on true amateurism, Runner Phil Coleman replies to Agostini.
Baseball rears its head again. Tex Maule reports on spring training, and George Weiss begins a two-part article on his long career as general manager of the Yankees.