April 20, 1964
April 20, 1964

Table of Contents
April 20, 1964

Sports At The Fair
Fourth Day
Mamie's Belles


18 A Master to Top Them All
Arnold Palmer wins a magnificent victory at the Masters with a flawless performance that gave his foes no chance

This is an article from the April 20, 1964 issue Original Layout

28 The Rookie from Wampum, Pa.
Richie Allen, the Phillies' new third baseman, may be the best first-year man in baseball

30 Flamin' Mamie's Bouffant Belles
Fashion pacesetters, the Texas track club boasts some dashing girls who may wind up on the Olympic team

38 A Sports Car for Everyman
That is the Mustang, says Driver Robert Grossman. He tested the Ford four-seater for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED

48 His Fist Was on the Sparrow's Eye
Willie Pastrano, fighting the best five rounds of his life, cut up birdlike Goyo Peralta to retain his title

52 Two Kids and a Pair of Foxes
U.S. chances in next month's World Bridge Olympiad depend on a couple of boys and two veteran bluffers

66 A Child's Guide to New York Sport
A gallery of photographs and a story by a native son depict the games that a city's children play

The departments

15 Scorecard
47 People
48 Boxing
52 Bridge
58 Basketball
91 For the Record
92 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Neil Barr

Acknowledgments on page 91


Next week

Claude Harmon, one of golf's famed teachers, distills his experience into an instructional series which includes the unique notion that you should not try to hit the ball straight.

A Kooky Oriole, Milt Pappas shows signs of growing up. "I'm mellowing," he says, already looking back at age 24. But he is still one of the very good pitchers in baseball.

The Smokehole, a lovely gorge in West Virginia, can also be dangerous. Naturalist Bil Gilbert describes its beauties and tells of a white-water trip that nearly faced disaster.