24 Svengali Returns!
Cus D'Amato, in the boxing spotlight after José Torres' battering of Willie Pastrano, speaks out strong and clear
This is an article from the April 12, 1965 issue
30 A Long Trip in a Short Race
Bold Lad came all the way back to his role of Derby favorite in a sprint against older horses
32 My Life in a Bush League
Wilt Chamberlain tells why he is fed up with the sport that made him rich. First of two parts
44 Giltfinger's Golden Dome
Houston's spectacular domed stadium opens this week, the gaudiest and grandest sports arena ever built
64 Private Game: No Admittance!
With the SRO sign out front, big league hockey is not interested in becoming bigger
72 Many-layered Golf
This season golfers, pros and amateurs alike, make the turtleneck the basis for a new way of dressing
86 No. 2 Lion in the Land of Sheba
In Ethiopia, Abebe Bikila, Emperor's officer and Olympic marathoner, is a charming host and national idol
72 Sporting Look
105 For the Record
106 19th Hole
Credits on page 105
Cover photograph by Robert Huntzinger
The baseball issue contains detailed scouting reports on all 20 major league teams, plus a fascinating preview by William Leggett of the things in store for baseball this season. Eight pages of color photographs salute the world champion St. Louis Cardinals' victory in the 1964 World Series, and St. Louis Owner Gussie Busch talks about baseball and his team. Also: coverage of the Masters tournament at Augusta with color photographs, all the rest of the news and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S regular features.