March 12, 1962
March 12, 1962

Table of Contents
March 12, 1962

Point Of Fact
  • An NCAA basketball tournament quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

A Sick Goalie
  • By William Barry Furlong

    Glenn Hall's weak stomach gives him plenty of misery before, during and after Black Hawk games but his strong goaltending has made the defending Stanley Cup champions look healthy

The Bucks
Pop-Off Guy
Harness Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


12 The Big Derby Scramble
There is still no real favorite among the 139 Kentucky Derby candidates

This is an article from the March 12, 1962 issue

16 A Sick Goalie Saves Chicago
Thanks to Glenn Hall's weak stomach and fast reflexes, the once dying Black Hawks are healthy again

18 Littles Play It Big
Proving you don't have to be a grown-up to worry over and thrill to the vicissitudes of the game

24 The Bucks for the Title
Jerry Lucas and friends from Ohio State should win the NCAA basketball championship

32 Hard Knocks or Glory
The Golden Gloves, arena of hope, unpredictable and emotion-filled, in color photographs by Mark Kauffman

41 A Pop-off Guy
As a Brave coach, Jimmie Dykes is expected to work as hard—and talk as loud—as ever

48 Jack Nicklaus on Golf
Last year's amateur champion and the most exciting of the new pros introduces a new kind of golf tip

58 Challenge of the Adventure Road
In a memorable winter journey up the Alaska Highway, Dolly Connelly finds herself carried back to pioneer days

The departments

7 Scorecard
48 Golf
50 Medicine
54 Harness Racing
56 Bridge
67 For the Record
68 Basketball's Week
70 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 67

Cover photograph by Richard Meek


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