The hot corner is in the possession of a hot crew of rookies. Some are shown in color photographs, and William Leggett examines these and others in a crisp essay.
The best teacher in tennis is, by more or less unanimous vote, Welby Van Horn. He tells how he helped Charlie Pasarell (U.S. No. 1 in 1968) and many other champions get started.
One man-conglomerate is an apt term for Charles Engelhard, who rules a vast economic empire and has become one of horse racing's principal owners in just eight years.