10 The Non-trial Trials
The glamorous U.S. Olympic trials in Los Angeles turned out to be a casual affair in which nothing was really decided
14 Bermuda-bound Minus Brenda
Despite the threat of a hurricane, this year's Bermuda race was the easiest ever
18 Part 2: The Black Athlete
Often ill-prepared, the Negro comes to college and enters a deadly conflict between pride and prejudice
32 Ted Williams on Hitting
In his concluding installment the last of the majors' .400 batters describes with words and pictures the art of hitting
46 The Trotting Amazon Returns
France's powerful Roquépine defends her International title at Roosevelt Raceway
50 Wobbly Way to a Great Day
Gary Beban, who had picked up a fancy name but thrown some unfancy passes, set matters right in the Coaches Game
52 Rufus Parnelli Houseboat
Or how a hardy band of voyagers from Suburbia found a new way of life among the bonefish
46 Harness Racing
50 College Football
66 Baseball's Week
69 For the Record
70 19th Hole
Credits on page 69
Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman
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