Big Cat
BIG CAT ON THE PROWL
Twenty-one years after he won the U.S. national championship (left), Pancho Gonzales is beating the pick of the pros and remains undefeated in the Tennis Champions, Inc. Classic. Last week in Detroit he clawed John Newcombe, and the week before Rod Laver was his prey. Next: Roy Emerson
Daytona Mystique
NO WAY TO TREAT A MYSTIQUE
Ferrari put its legend on the line at Daytona in a high-powered return to distance racing—and caught a brutal one-two punch as the irreverent people of Porsche anted up in the glitter game
Rubies And Diamonds
What Goes Up
WHAT GOES UP MUST SKI DOWN
Big things have happened at Squaw since the Olympics of '60 spurred Alec Cushing. Now he has the grandest gondola, and there's more to come in the valley of the moody grim giant
Part 2: The Shoemaker Story
I BLEW A FEW BIG ONES, TOO
To conclude his revealing account of racing's winningest career, Shoe tells how he learned from being outsmarted or overconfident on a few occasions and discloses his one unfulfilled ambition as a rider
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For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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