March 30, 1964
March 30, 1964

Table of Contents
March 30, 1964

Table of Contents
The Explosion
Snakebite At Sebring
The Dreyfus Case
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


16 The Two-minute Explosion
Two brief bursts of scoring against Kansas State and Duke gave UCLA the national basketball title

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20 Snakebite Day at Sebring
Carroll Shelby's Cobras, displaying surprising stamina, snatched the Grand Touring victory from Ferrari

24 Gambling for the Yankee Dollar
New Hampshire nominated Lodge, but it also legalized a lottery, the first in the U.S. in 72 years

30 Bubbles—and Two that Burst
In Part II of his candid story of the pro golf tour, Champagne Tony Lema tells of the hazards of life at the top

38 Spring on a Florida River
The new season comes in slowly and then lies heavy over the Weeki Wachee for a prolonged stay

56 The Champions Who Had No Chance
Picked to finish near the bottom, Montreal's hockey team had nothing to lose but its hopelessness

62 The Dreyfus Case
A millionaire who makes his gambles pay, Jack Dreyfus jolted Wall Street with a lion, and racing with a horse

The departments

9 Scorecard
49 People
50 Fishing
56 Hockey
77 For the Record
78 Basketball's Week
79 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 77

Cover photograph by Rich Clarkson


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