16 Driven Beyond Dignity
A Western newsman reports the chilling inside story of Japan's world champion girls' volleyball team
This is an article from the March 16, 1964 issue
20 A Large Field of Unfavorites
The four teams that make the semifinals of the NCAA basketball tournament will be battle-scarred
24 This Pitcher May Need Relief
Jim Brosnan tells the story of his release by the White Sox, who don't care for writing pitchers
30 Howe: the Why of the Red Wings
Off the ice, Detroit's top hockey player is just another shy athlete; on it he is an entire team
40 When the Shad Come Home
Their spring spawning run up coastal rivers provides good sport and good food for the fisherman
52 Goren's New Bridge Formula
There is more to winning table tactics than just playing the cards well. Last of five installments
68 If O'Hara Really Tries...
If Chicago the world's fastest indoor miler shows he will be even better once he gains confidence
70 Meet the Mad Livingstons
They may not get any glory out of America's Cup racing, but they are sure to have some fun
83 For the Record
84 Basketball's Week
86 19th Hole
Cover painting by Bernie Fuchs
Acknowledgments on page 83
Champagne Tony Lema, the most engaging newcomer to golf's top ranks, begins the candid story of the life of a touring pro. Part I is titled Survival Training for a Rookie.
A honeycomb house is Designer John Carden Campbell's inspiration for a unique vacation retreat that can grow with the family and fits any terrain, any climate, any season.
A fellow named Rotz will earn more than LBJ or Mickey Mantle this year. Gerald Holland introduces this 112-pound jockey whose real weight is in the money he wins.