An exotic diet has made Billy Casper a thin golfer but a stout foe. Edwin Shrake tells how strange allergies to things like gas heat and foam rubber led Billy to reshape Casper.
Ski a glacier? Why not? The problem is getting there, and in France Michel Ziegler flies you right to the top. Douglas Gorsline paints the scene, and Fred Smith describes it.
A legendary hero at the age of 22, Princeton's William Bradley has vanished into the deeper ivy at Oxford. Jack Mann takes a sharp look at the man he is—and the man he was.