September 20, 1964

Big Games
Model Pilot
Tokyo Bound
TO TOKYO BY INCHES
The length of a toe sometimes was the only difference between success or failure as the U.S.'s best track men strove last week for places on the 1964 Olympic team
Shining Hour
SHINING HOUR FOR GOLDEN BOY
It was not just an opening game for Paul Hornung—his first in two years. It was a game against the Bears, a team that had beaten the Packers twice in 1963, and in it Hornung had to reestablish his worth
Good Heart
A LEG UP ON A GOOD HEART
From an international conference on cardiology comes word that walking—better still, jogging and running—not only strengthens young hearts but may help prevent attacks in older ones
College Football 1964
Runners' Year
Laughead
THE MAD HATTER IN PHOTOLAND
Shouting 'a-huckin' and a-buckin" and dressed as if he had shopped at a rummage sale, zany Sports Photographer Jim Laughead makes people leap and grimace for his camera. But his most colorful subject is himself
People
Bridge
Tennis
Motors
Baseball
College Football
Baseball's Week
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments