18 "Today I Have the Big Smile"
Argentine Trainer Horatio Luro talking—but even Bill Hartack smiled after Decidedly won the Derby
This is an article from the May 14, 1962 issue
22 A Win for Art and Broccoli
Eder Jofre of Brazil, vegetarian and artist, retains the world bantamweight championship with a 10-round TKO
24 Russia Reaches for the Cup
John Lovesey reports from The Netherlands as the U.S.S.R. makes its first try at the world tennis trophy
26 The Power Kids of Heber City
When a Hungarian refugee teacher wandered into a small Utah town, it was transformed amazingly
30 Noise from the Quiet Man
U.S. Open Champion Gene Littler has gone his taciturn way, attracting small crowds but achieving big things
42 Design for Sport
A unique venture by New York's Museum of Modern Art and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED reveals the beauties of sport's tools
63 The Biggest Daddy of All
Adios, the greatest of standardbred sires, has produced an unequaled number of harness racing champions
82 Blend of Sport and Cash
Alfred Wright provides the introduction to Mrs. Charles Payson, sports fan first, lady of great wealth second
97 For the Record
98 Baseball's Week
100 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 97
Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman
The joys of water are celebrated in a 31 page supplement which shows how 90 million vacationers draw a bounty of relaxation and adventure from U.S. lakes and streams.
Jim Brosnan, Cincinnati relief pitcher and author, writes of brush-back pitches, spit balls, Dexedrines and Martinis in another excerpt from his delightful book, Pennant Race.
Preakness day, Baltimore's venerable family reunion, is the most civilized day at the races in America. Its unique charm and traditions are described by Gerald Holland.