The 1962 indoor track season will be the biggest ever. In color, the split-second world of baton passers, and from Los Angeles Tex Maule's report on the year's first important meet.
Rex Lardner goes to a hound trial in Mississippi to lend an ear as they babble and they bay on the trail of their quarry—a sound that hunters believe is prettier than grand opera.
Championship swimmers brush fins like goldfish in the brand-new pool at the University of Indiana. Arlie W. Schardt takes a look at husky, young Chet Jastremski, the best of them all.