12 Two Hulls Are Better than One
Or so it would seem after the catamarans beat every other boat on Biscayne Bay
This is an article from the March 4, 1963 issue
18 Moving Toward a Day in May
The top contenders for the Kentucky Derby finally got to the races. Each won in a different way
Spring Training 1963
20 Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers discusses the finger injury that is baseball's liveliest preseason topic
26 Artist Bill Charmatz paints and sketches the lazy, cheerful look of the training camps in the South
36 Big Smoke Screen in Daytona
Nobody was saying where all those General Motors cars got that power—but it could have been from Detroit
40 A Burst of Color Afloat
The new sporting look for boating emphasizes warm, light fabrics in vivid patterns and hues
56 The Only Game in Panguitch, Utah
Basketball is the major preoccupation of Smalltown, U.S.A., and Panguitch is a happy, hectic example
36 Motor Sports
40 Sporting Look
69 Basketball's Week
73 For the Record
74 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Mark Kauffman
Acknowledgments on page 73
Is candy dandy? Will Never Bend crack? The two big Derby colts go for $100,000 purses—Candy Spots in the Santa Anita Derby and Never Bend in the Flamingo.
A fiery young racer named Chuck Ferries has already beaten some top skiers in Europe and the U.S. Roy Terrell reports he may soon become the best in the world.
A boxing syndicate clearly above reproach is the one behind Cassius Clay. It's made up of 11 businessmen who hope to give the sport a new look and make money.