The Big Fight
This is an article from the March 13, 1961 issue
14 Will Patterson be a tiger again this time?
18 Robert Riger shows what Ingo must do to win
49 ...plus a report on Fullmer's win over Robinson
20 Royal Way to Kill a Cat
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, some friends and 305 elephants go shooting in Nepal
24 French Coup in the Ski World
France's new approach to international ski racing is paying off in victories—and in dollars
28 II: The Man of Silence Speaks
George M. Weiss concludes his two-part series on his years as general manager of the Yankees
44 The Field Against the Buckeyes
Defending champion Ohio State is the best bet in basketball's NCAA tournament
52 Dance of the Gyms
A pictorial sampling in color of the fluid art that marks Russia's champion gymnasts
58 The Love of a Desert Prince
A noted French writer gives his version of the origin of the Thoroughbred race horse
12 Coming Events
43 Horse Racing
44 College Basketball
48 Charles Goren
64 For the Record
65 Basketball's Week
66 19th Hole
68 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 64
Cover painting by Robert Weaver
Floyd Patterson defends his title against Ingemar Johansson this Monday. Unless the fight is postponed, it will be reported in depth, with pictures, in next week's issue.
The shadowy world of the traveling pool hustlers, where slick, fast-talking cue artists shrewdly prey on the pride and the greed of easy marks, is explored by Jack Olsen.
Falling through the air at 120 mph, Sky Diver Lew Sanborn meets a friend, Lynn Pyland, passes him a baton and simultaneously snaps a sequence of color photographs.