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March 19, 1962

16 The Reds IsDead
Gene Freese broke his ankle, and Cincinnati's hopes for another pennantshattered with it

20 Basketball—orVaudeville?
The Celtics' Bob Cousy warns that pro ball's too long season is making a farceof the game

22 Ban the MooseBomb?
It's a war of nerves for the nation's migratory animals when theconservationists start counting

24 Row in theSnow
Song writers may row their boats merrily clown the stream, but for collegecrewmen it's not so easy

26 HottestSpring in Hot Springs
The pride of Arkansas is the world's most unusual and wide-open spa—and the FBIis investigating

34 A Rebirth forRugger
Some vivid color to prove that a primarily English game is popular amongAmerican collegians, too

40 Why Marathonsfor Milers
Arthur Lydiard, coach of world record holders Peter Snell and Murray Halberg,reveals his unique training methods

52 Sir Frank'sNew Baby
Designer Alan Payne is noncommittal regarding Gretel's chances, but a helmsmansays she's faster than Vim

68 The Guns ofJames Bond
A literary detective story about the very real weapons of a fictional secretservice agent. By Ian Fleming

Thedepartments

7 Scorecard
52 Boating
54 Golf
57 Hockey
60 Basketball
67 Bridge
81 For the Record
82 Basketball's Week
84 19th Hole

Cover photographby Hy Peskin

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Next week

Ricardo Rodriguez, 20, is in his sixth year of motorracing. At Sebring he will drive a factory Ferrari. Kenneth Rudeen previews thebig race and analyzes Rodriguez' chances.

The new colt .45 is a loaded baseball in the hands ofHouston's Roy Hofheinz. Until now, the National League knew him only as a name.The National League is in for a surprise.

The iron curtain is a forbidding barrier for thetraveler, but behind it Writer Anthony Carson and Photographer Jerry Cookefound music, night life, beaches and bikinis.

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