March 09, 1964
March 09, 1964

Table of Contents
March 9, 1964

Table of Contents
  • By Herman Weiskopf

    An IC4A indoor track meet quiz to stimulate the memory and add to the knowledge of armchair experts

Cricket Lady
Derby Star
Championship Fight
Into The Sea
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 A Derby Star Rises
His easy victory at Santa Anita makes Hill Rise a strong early favorite for the biggest race of all

This is an article from the March 9, 1964 issue Original Layout

Cassius, the New Champion

20 Yes, he won a good and honest fight
26 He is a serious, if confused, young man

28 Goren's New Bridge Formula
Deception is the key to successful play, so you must break the old rules occasionally. Fourth of five parts

36 Best One-two Punch in Basketball
Four pages of color photographs show why LA's Jerry West and Elgin Baylor are almost a two-man team

42 Stretch for Action
New clothes are designed to stretch up and down or sideways to meet the demands of specific sports

50 The King of the Hill Is No Patsy
Peppery George Ireland has Loyola's champions ready to defend their NCAA basketball title

58 A New Look into the Sea
Little is known about the sea or the fish in it. Biologists at Sandy Hook, N.J. are investigating both

The departments

12 Scorecard
49 People
50 Basketball
53 Golf
71 Basketball's Week
73 For the Record
74 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer

Acknowledgments on page 73


Next week

25 teams begin the battle for the national college basketball championship. Their strengths are compared and their chances weighed in a composite study of the road to Kansas City.

Flying on one wing is old stuff to hockey fans in Detroit, where the team that is known as the Red Wings is in reality just a pair of skates, a hockey stick and Gordie Howe.

An Australian whirlwind spinning in the wake of two unusual sexagenarians named Livingston may blow the British challenger to victory in the America's Cup races this year.