22 Cassius to Win a Thriller
A surer, more mature Clay is picked to retain his heavyweight title in next week's rematch with Sonny Liston
This is an article from the May 24, 1965 issue
26 Masked Marvel of the Speedway
A. J. Foyt tied a handkerchief around his face and won the Indy 500 pole with a record speed
30 Like Father, Like Sons
A brilliant foreigner whom Americans doubted was vindicated as his sons finished one-two in the Preakness
32 Man in the Champ's Corner
Angelo Dundee, Clay's manager, chief second and cut man, is an engaging combination of psychologist and engineer
40 Octopus under The Eye
The sale of the New York Yankees to CBS may yet be canceled, says Bill Veeck, and he explains why
64 Everybody Is on the Team
Stripes once earned only by hard competition are now the latest status symbol worn by teen-agers
74 Beat Boatmen of the Lazy Shore
Artist Douglas Gorsline and Yachtsman Carleton Mitchell take long, loving looks at Mediterranean yachting
64 Sporting Look
95 Baseball's Week
96 For the Record
98 19th Hole
Credits on page 96
Cover photograph by Richard Meek
Indy champions Rodger Ward and Parnelli Jones talk candidly of the exhausting demands and lethal dangers of America's biggest, richest and most brutal auto race, the 500.
Australia is making a great leap backward in killing off its national symbol, the kangaroo. Virginia Kraft, after an Australian safari, concludes that kangaroos are not fair game.
Hiking under full pack, once the poor infantryman's burden, is becoming a national craze. But now both the pack and its contents have been subjected to considerable revision.