20 Tracks Paved with Gold
In a happy 24-hour splurge, horse racing gives fresh proof it is one field where the boom is on
24 Now It's Up to You
Jack Kramer challenges the amateurs to okay open tennis now that he has removed the stumbling block—himself
26 Yankee Downfall
There in the dirt lay baseball's top player. Did the pennant chances of the top team lie with him?
28 Pepsodent Paul at the Point
Football hopes are running high at Army—all because of a smiling new coach named Paul Dietzel
May 27, 1962
32 A Share in the Magic of Indy
Bernard Fuchs takes you to the "500" with striking paintings, and Kenneth Rudeen previews its dramatic action
60 The Art of Class Boating
Lowell North, three times world Star champion, shows the techniques of fast, comfortable sailing in small boats
70 Out of the Night
In the first of three articles Floyd Patterson describes his progress from frightened boy to Olympic champion
39 Motor Sports
47 Track & Field
85 For the Record
86 Baseball's Week
87 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 85
Cover photograph by Brian Seed
The giants of San Francisco, reinforced by elderly imports from the American League, have taken a firm grip on first place in the National League. Walter Bingham tells how.
Tennis tactician Bill Talbert, former national doubles champion and Davis Cup captain, explains the strategies of singles in words and diagrams from his forthcoming book.
Scottish delights, among them salmon fishing, hotel living and whisky tasting, are set forth—together with a travelers' guide to Strathspey inns—by Paul Hyde Bonner.