24 One Jump Won a Grand National
A significant discovery before the race insured an all-American victory in England's famous steeplechase
This is an article from the April 5, 1965 issue
30 The big two are ready, and so are the not-so-little six
34 A color gallery of the old champions who grace Augusta
41 Ben Hogan, one aging master who still comes to win it
56 How Did I Get Myself Into This?
Mr. J. R. Williams sets out to climb up a Yukon mountain, but it is a bearded Bobby Kennedy who comes down
68 Destiny's Whipping Boys
The "new" Washington Senators have inherited all the sins of the old, including few fans and awful records
93 A Sweet Wet Win at Sebring
America challenged the mighty Ferrari racing cars and this time succeeded, on a rain-splashed course
100 They All Boo When Red Sits Down
Away from Boston, basketball crowds heap abuse on the Celtics' Red Auerbach, whose crime is winning too often
93 Motor Sports
121 For the Record
122 19th Hole
Credits on page 121
Cover photograph by James Drake and Walter Iooss Jr.
Two-For-One night in New York matches Light Heavies José Torres and Willie Pastrano and Welters José Stable and Emile Griffith. Edwin Shrake reports on the fights.
Turtlenecks and cashmeres and banker's-gray flannels are part of golfing's new look. Henry Koehler paints the pros and the amateurs at the Crosby, where golf fashions begin.
Number two lion of Ethiopia is Abebe Bikila, only man to win the Olympic marathon twice. John Underwood pays a memorable call to the home of the proud and splendid runner.