Cover
POINT OF FACT
A college-basketball quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert
Yesterday
Coming Events
Bobsleds
Valeri
VALERI'S HIGH, HIGH JUMP
An 18-year-old Russian Olympian, who outleaped America's John Thomas in Rome, met him again in New York's Madison Square Garden last week, beat him again and, for an encore, equaled Thomas' world indoor record
Angels
The Pest
DUKE'S RED-HOT AND BLUE DEVIL
Basketball player Art Heyman, nicknamed The Pest, has stirred up a civil war in the Atlantic Coast Conference while transforming his school into a national power
Safe Driving: Part III
THE FUN OF FOUL WEATHER
Few persons in the world have had more success in overcoming hazardous road conditions than Miss Moss. Sister of Britain's Stirling Moss, she has twice been the European women's rally champion and has won numerous events in weather so foul that few cars finished. Whether negotiating an ice-glazed road in the Alps, as at the right, or an axle-deep ford in England (next page), she always is in command of her car, and you will be too if you use the techniques she describes below
Cards
Golf
Spink
'TAYLOR SPINK IS FIRST-CLASS'
Who says so? Why, Mr. J. G. Taylor Spink himself; the colorful, volatile publisher of baseball's famed weekly newspaper, 'The Sporting News,' can just about prove he is absolutely right
For The Record
Acknowledgments
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments