18 A Flying Start for the U.S.S.R.
Three invading Russians jolt U.S. track prestige as they scored brilliant indoor victories in New York
This is an article from the Feb. 11, 1963 issue
22 Payday on the Senior Circuit
The old pros meet at a $30,000 event where the accent is Scottish, the drink is Scotch and the golf is smooth
24 A Maestro Tunes His Teen Ski Stars
Crusading ski teacher Jack Nagel discovers a couple of potential Olympic medal winners in his own family
35 How to Succeed at a Dog Show
A top authority in the show world tells how easy it is to pull a woolly dog over the judges' eyes
38 The World of Golf Galleries
A movie star in Malaya, a boy in Sweden and a couple in Holland are colorful proof of golf's wide appeal
47 The Coach of Every Year
Ed Jucker, basketball coach at all-conquering Cincinnati, takes aim at his third straight national championship
62 A Rampart of Pedigree
Middleburg, Va. is the home of well-bred people who ride well-bred horses after well-bred foxhounds
55 Horse Racing
73 Basketball's Week
76 For the Record
79 19th Hole
Acknowledgments on page 76
Cover photograph by Fred Lyon
A unique swing has enabled 1961 PGA Champion Jerry Barber to develop one of golf's finest short games. Part I of a two-part instructional shows his pitching technique.
Surfing is not really a sport. It is more an affliction. It gets to a man's blood and to his dreams. Coles Phinizy diagnoses the disease but has nothing to prescribe for the cure.
What's wrong with tennis? Why has a game played by more people than ever before become less and less exciting to watch and to talk about? Some inquiries, some answers.