June 18, 1962
June 18, 1962

Table of Contents
June 18, 1962

Point Of Fact
Chaos, Inc.
Horse Shows
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 Three For The Money
A brilliant homestretch duel by a trio of colts made the Belmont Stakes a memorable horse race

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16 Golf, Autos and Image Makers
A huge winner's purse draws a big but only a small crowd to a new golf tournament sponsored by car dealers

20 The Rugged Sports of Eton
Students at England's famed school may look dandified, but Brian Seed's camera shows they don't act it

26 Chaos, Inc.
Championship Sports, Roy Cohn's outfit, adds its own touch of confusion to heavyweight boxing

34 Pools of Power
The patterns that make winning crews are caught in color by John C. Zimmerman and analyzed by two reporters

48 Pretender to "Finisterre's" Throne
Paper Tiger has some secrets that may win her the Bermuda Race. With an analysis by Carleton Mitchell

60 The Crowded Land of Hiawatha
John O'Reilly packs a peck of packaged gadgets and finds the modern camper's life is, well, like wild, man

The departments

9 Scorecard
43 Rowing
48 Boating
52 Golf
54 Horse Show
56 Bridge
71 Baseball's Week
72 For the Record
73 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 72

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman


Next week

The U.S. Open could be a weird and colorful event. Alfred Wright describes the battle at Oakmont for golf's big title, and John Zimmerman's color camera focuses on the leaders.

"Pray Borru!" the umpires shout in Japan, where several U.S. ballplayers are now striking it rich. Don Connery reports on the growing number of Yanks in big leagues there.

Stirring Tennis is still to be seen at "the Championships" in Wimbledon. The show begins once again, and Artist André Francois reacts to it in words and pictures.