12 Double Toil and Trouble
As usual the Crosby was twice-bewitched, but none of the spells affected an Aussie named Bruce Crampton
This is an article from the Feb. 1, 1965 issue
18 The Battle for a Mountain
Starved for sure skiing, Angelenos covet nearby San Gorgonio and are fighting conservationists to get it
22 Three Boats in One
That is how the man who built her describes a new cruising catamaran designed to please everybody
26 A College Called Panhandle
An Oklahoma school where students ride horses on campus attracts athletes from as far away as New England
46 A Bird Named Lady—or Lyndon
Flown—by airplane—from its nesting ground in Canada, an injured whooping crane regains its health
50 The Real Miami Stands Up
Unranked and largely unnoticed Miami of Ohio has one of the best basketball teams in the country
54 The Croatian Candidate
George Chuvalo, the Canadian heavyweight, reads Freud and feels that his destiny is to be champion
64 For the Record
66 Basketball's Week
69 19th Hole
Credits on page 64
Cover photograph by Jay Maisel
Zeke of cabin creek is what his fellow Los Angeles Lakers call pro basketball's Jerry West, who came out of the West Virginia mountains to win acclaim—way out West.
A bird dog at work in the field is a thrilling sight. It will never be seen to better advantage than in these color pictures by Hanson Carroll of last year's champion, War Storm.
An operating skater is what Olympian Tenley Albright has become. She is a surgeon and the wife of a wrestling philologist. Barbara La Fontaine brings her back onstage.