24 Roses for the Shoe
Willie Shoemaker's wife wore roses to the Kentucky Derby, and Willie won some more with Lucky Debonair
This is an article from the May 10, 1965 issue
30 Deadly Slide for the Dodgers
Tommy Davis broke his ankle and shattered Los Angeles chances for the pennant
32 A Hard Toe Right to the Jaw
Montreal's Toe Blake is a hockey coach who doesn't pull punches. That's why he won the Stanley Cup
34 This Is the Way the Girls Go
Two teen-agers not only outrun their boy friends; they set records and manage to look cute and feminine, too
48 When Your Eye Is off the Pitcher
Spectacular color photographs reveal the extraordinary gyrations of a pitcher's body after he throws the ball
54 Tennis on the Coconut Beat
In exchange for a few hours on the court, players on the Caribbean tour lead a life of sun, swimming and parties
76 The Once Forbidding Land
L.B.J. country—the Hill Country—is an integral part of the state of Texas, and yet it is an entity in itself
95 Baseball's Week
96 For the Record
97 19th Hole
Cover photograph by Don Ornitz
Credits on page 96
Controversial Bill Veeck has written an explosive book about baseball. In the first of rive parts, he gives an insider's account of the Keane resignation and the Berra dismissal.
Sport in Scotland is a growing attraction for Americans. Color photographs and a firsthand report detail the delights of shooting, fishing and pony trekking in the heather.
Carroll and his Cobras are the greatest show in motor racing. Carroll is Shelby, the Cobras are the cars he builds. An appreciation of an amiable Texan by Coles Phinizy.