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January 08, 1962 | Volume 16, Issue 1

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Jerry Lucas Cover - Sports Illustrated January 08, 1962

January 08, 1962 | Tex Maule

January 08, 1962
The scoring was high, the play hard, crisp and tense as flashy Texas just did manage to beat Mississippi, Alabama edged by Arkansas, and LSU, Penn State and Minnesota displayed a pro ability to...

January 08, 1962 | Ray Cave
Luke is Ohio State's brilliant Jerry Lucas, and The Rat is OSU's harassing defense. Together they swept through a strong field in basketball's best holiday tournament

January 08, 1962 | Ray Cave

January 08, 1962
An airliner crashed in Belgium destroying America's figure skating team, a horror the whole world felt; a U.S. team and a Russian team met warmly together in a track meet and proved again that...

January 08, 1962
Artist Marc Simont demonstrates in six pages of sprightly sketches that the people who go to boat shows are even more fascinating than the glittering new boats they go to see.

January 08, 1962
No matter how much a man likes to fish, it is hard to get stirring when the sun is high and the rum is good. But this is the way it usually is at El Tarpon Tropical, a lazy fishing camp on the...

January 08, 1962
The fishing is just one of the wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula, a corner of Mexico that slept in the sun behind its jungle curtains until Charles and Anne Lindbergh mapped its spectacular Mayan...

January 08, 1962 | Ezra Bowen
Learning to ski has become much more complicated than it needs to be. Every resort seems to have adopted some special technique—or developed a variation of its own. And even if a ski school...

January 08, 1962
THE PRICE OF INDIGNATION

January 08, 1962 | Robert H. Boyle
Sport fascinates Americans. It is axiomatic that foreign visitors to this shining land are startled—and left either amused or aghast—when banner headlines announcing World Series scores force...

January 08, 1962
BASKETBALL—NBA, Eastern Division: BOSTON was beaten by an Eastern club for the first time this season when last-place New York, 18½ games out, defeated the Celts 110-100. Philadelphia, with Wilt...

January 08, 1962
24—George Silk-LIFE26, 27—Garry Winogrand28, 29—Marvin E. Newman30-32—John G. Zimmerman33—Phil Bath, Marvin E. Newman34, 35—Art Shay, Brian Seed, John G. Zimmerman (2)42—map by William...

January 08, 1962
Tommy Ford, 7-year-old son of New York Yankee Pitcher Whitey Ford, winner of the 1961 Cy Young award, added to the family's prizes with a first-place finish in Pee Wee division at the Tri-State...

January 08, 1962 | Maury Allen
A rise in spectator interest and the fall of some favorites in holiday tournaments marked the final week of shakedowns before the start of college conference races. The list of unbeaten major...

January 08, 1962
THE BOYSSirs:Your article on the Philadelphia Eagles (The Day the Boys Scared the Men, Dec. 18) will just about do it between me and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED.