Contents

April 13, 1964

24 The Dancer Wins Another
But some improving colts also aim for the Kentucky Derby

28 Pity the Poor Short Hitters
A new trend toward long courses upsets some touring pros

30 Out on Their Own
Two British motorcyclists take an unexpected ride

32 Big Risk for Pipe Smokers
A million horseplayers try to win a colt—but why?

Baseball 1964

38 CAN THE PITCHERS STAY ON TOP?
After a frustrating year the hitters are striking back

42 WHEN ITS 3 AND 2
Artist Bernie Fuchs portrays baseball's dramatic moment

SCOUTING REPORTS

NATIONAL LEAGUE

50 Dodgers
52 Cardinals
54 Giants
57 Phillies
59 Reds
60 Braves
62 Cubs
64 Pirates
66 Colt .45s
67 Mets

AMERICAN LEAGUE

70 Yankees
73 White Sox
75 Twins
76 Orioles
77 Indians
79 Tigers
80 Red Sox
83 Athletics
84 Angels
88 Senators

110 KEANE IS FINE IS WHAT HE SURE IS
The Cardinal manager has a soft but tough touch

95 Rattling for Tourists
Chipley, Fla. makes a virtue of rattlesnakes

104 Who Says You Can't Win 'Em All?
The U.S. Olympic basketball team has shown you can

The departments

17 Scorecard
92 Golf
95 Hunting
103 People
104 Basketball
106 Motor Sports
108 Bridge
133 For the Record
134 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 133

Cover painting by Bernie Fuchs

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Next week

The masters gets another champion, and Alfred Wright reports on how the spring season's biggest golf tournament was won—and lost—with color photographs of the action.

Gorgeous girls who can also run make up a Texas track club that is a fashion pacesetter—and good enough to have some of its members in contention for the Olympic team.

New York sports that few World's Fair visitors will see are the games of the city's kids. A portfolio of photographs shows them; Gilbert Rogin, a native son, describes them.

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