16 That Old Yankee Soap Opera
The Yankees went into their annual temporary swoon, and suddenly there was an American League pennant race
20 With His Worst Foot Forward
Sanders Russell hopped out of his crutches into a sulky and won The Hambletonian with A.C.'s Viking
22 What's the Girl Up To?
Well, she's winning a golf tournament, hut with at least one mighty unorthodox stroke
24 The Great Silver Rush
From all over the U.S. and Canada the fishermen come to Seward to catch the Coho salmon
September 9, 1962
26 Wizard of the Cup Defense
Bus Mosbacher's big grin has iron and experience behind it—and he'll need both to defend the America's Cup
Pro Football 1962
32 A MAN FOR THIS SEASON
After four lean years, Cleveland's Paul Brown may have one of his old-fashioned powerhouses
44 THE WAYS OF A PRO PUNTER
Yale Lary of the Lions reveals the technique and tactics of the punting game
50 SCOUTING REPORTS
The editors analyze the strengths and weaknesses of all 22 AFL and NFL teams
72 Armed Against the Weather
New outdoor clothes for fall are muffled, hooded, slickered and booted to keep out wind or rain
86 Southern Resort of a Bostonian
Built to be a bit of New England on a Carolina desert, Pinehurst evolved from a health spa to a golfers' dream
72 Sporting Look
101 For the Record
102 Baseball's Week
103 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 101
Cover photograph by Marvin E. Newman
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