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SPRING SETS THE MOOD OF THE MASTERS

April 02, 1962
April 02, 1962

Table of Contents
April 2, 1962

Yesterday
The Deadly Insult
No. 1!
Khan Family
E. P. Taylor
Bridge
Motor Sports
Acknowledgments
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

SPRING SETS THE MOOD OF THE MASTERS

Spring comes to golf in the annual rush of warm colors and optimistic spectators to Augusta, Ga. for the famed Masters Tournament. White-coveralled caddies (left) in the early-morning dew, a golfer (right) lining up his putt-these and other glimpses captured here in watercolors by Artist Robert Andrew Parker reflect the hopeful mood of the Masters

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Filing through the pine woods, a gallery leaves one scene of action to bunch along the blue pond that makes a mirrorlike setting for another. In front of a second straining wall of spectators one golfer (above) sends a shot hurtling toward a green

A spring downpour casts a mellow patina shelter a cluster of dampened spectators

A puff of sand (left) punctuates a shot by a solitary player in one of the course's spacious sand traps, while spectators who gather around the finishing hole (below) stand bathed in fiery sunset brilliance

SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONSROBERT ANDREW PARKER