Clay-Liston
Cassius to Win a Thriller
When Sonny Liston meets Cassius Clay for the heavyweight championship, he will pit one gun—a left hook—against an arsenal, and common sense predicts he will again lose
Masked Marvel
MASKED MARVEL OF THE SPEEDWAY
A. J. Foyt got sore after a crackup in practice, tied a bandana around his jaw, Jesse James style, and in one of the Ford-engined racers now dominating Indy grabbed the pole for the 500 with a record run
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SONS
A brilliant foreigner whom most American horsemen doubted—although Europeans thought him the greatest—vindicated himself in the Preakness when his sons finished one-two, just a neck apart, after a stirring stretch run
Angelo Dundee
MAN IN THE CHAMP'S CORNER
He is Angelo Dundee—the incomparable manager, chief second and cut man to Cassius Clay. Dundee conceives of his job, which he insists is no big schmier, as that of a combination psychologist, engineer and surgeon
People
Rowing
Up a muddy river in a beat-up shell
The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame (nautical division) have a long way to go before they catch up to Harvard's oarsmen but, if tenacity and enthusiasm mean anything in crew, they are well on their way
Sporting Look
Baseball
Red-hot baseball in the Valley of the Sun
Arizona State, just about the best team in college baseball, swept a three-game series last weekend from arch rival Arizona, and now the Sun Devils have their eyes on the collegiate world series title in Omaha
Boxing
Lazy Shore
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments