Contents

August 12, 1962

12 Ingemar Forecasts the Big Fight
After seeing movies of Liston in action, the ex-champion changed his mind about the heavyweight title bout

16 Vim and Vigah on the Frontier
The President has called for vigor, and New Frontiersmen are huffing and puffing in the quest for fitness

22 Worst Baseball Team Ever
The New York Mets will become the losingest team in history unless they change their ways quickly

26 Strike—or Miss
A nosy camera finds out what goes on when a well-aimed bowling ball catches the pins just right

30 The Whole Town's Jumping
The Orange, Mass. sky is filled with parachutists as the U.S. team practices for the world championship

36 Les Catcheurs
In France, professional wrestling is called le catch; that it has caught on is shown in flamboyant color

42 A Century of Honesty
Amos Alonzo Stagg approaches his 100th birthday, his career a monument to uncompromising idealism

46 All in Love with Leather
First pictures from Paris show a happy trend in sportswear and new emphasis on the calotte

54 Happy Master of Hog Heaven
Tommy Bolt, who has been throwing golf clubs and temper tantrums for years, advises everybody to r-e-l-a-x

The departments

8 Scorecard
41 Horse Racing
42 Football
45 Bridge
46 Sporting Look
60 For the Record
62 Baseball's Week
63 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 60

Cover photograph by Richard Meek

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Next week

Don Drysdale, once called "the meanest man in baseball," has settled down and, incidentally, put himself within range of 30 wins for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Huston Horn reports.

Back-To-Campus look for college men takes its inspiration from the functional duffle coats and pea jackets and the spit and polish of the Army, Navy and the Marines.

Hawaii's outer islands are the setting for a pig hunt, a goat watch, some perplexed antelopes, pipipi eating and other random discoveries and reflections. By Gilbert Rogin.

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