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January 22, 1962 | Volume 16, Issue 3

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Doug Sanders Cover - Sports Illustrated January 22, 1962

January 22, 1962 | Tex Maule
In the continuing battle for power among track men, the AAU suffered another serious blow last week as the colleges voted unanimously to back a new track and field federation and to stage a rival...

January 22, 1962 | Tex Maule
Like a proliferating bureaucracy, amateur athletics has brewed its own bewildering soup of alphabetical titles. Below are the main organizations concerned in the dispute over control of track and...

January 22, 1962 | Ray Cave
Shrewd Ben Kerner dreamed up a team of champions and made a fortune with them, but now the Hawks are dead on their feet

January 22, 1962
This panting, pursuing refugee from the kitchen is the latest thing in golf—the professional woman caddie. She is one of 30-odd at the Doral (Miami) Country Club who are being trained by Francoise...

January 22, 1962
The carnival boxer or wrestler was once as standard at county fairs throughout the world as the cooch dancer and the crockery booth. In England alone there were more than 80 boxing booths still...

January 22, 1962 | Joan Dickinson

January 22, 1962 | Joan Dickinson
The submarine is available in U.S. from all Healthways dealers, six-week delivery, $1,500. Deluxe model, $2,500, has built-in scuba units and plexiglass canopy.

January 22, 1962
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.

January 22, 1962 | Gerald Holland

January 22, 1962 | Alfred Wright

January 22, 1962 | Martin Kane
Among those who dearly love a feast of fish, the common pompano of the south Atlantic coast is comparable in gastronomic status to the Dover sole and the turbot. Even people who don't like fish...

January 22, 1962 | Carleton Mitchell
Some ingenious new marine accessories are providing most of the excitement at the boat show in the New York Coliseum

January 22, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen

January 22, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen
An examination of the main trends in traffic safety and prospects for the future, including Washington's expanding role, new exertions at the state level and such promising technical devices as...

January 22, 1962 | Maia Rodman
Leon Vart, a 73-year-old artist, has used ingenuity and charm to enjoy a lifetime of skiing

January 22, 1962 | Mervin Hyman
It was another frustrating week for the favorites. Cincinnati fell before Bradley, USC lost to Washington, Villanova was upset by Xavier, and Mississippi State's unbeaten streak was ended by...

January 22, 1962
BASKETBALL—Uncovering the "money men" who financed the payoffs that lured players into shaving points has been one of the stumbling blocks in clearing up the basketball scandals. Last week,...

January 22, 1962
Vic Niederhoffer, 18-year-old Harvard sophomore from Brooklyn who took up squash only last year, captured the national junior championship at Middlesex School, Concord, Mass., defeating Bill...

January 22, 1962
15—Herb Scharfman16-17—Flip Schulke-Black Star24—Phil Bath, Tony Triolo, Bob Kahn26—Coles Phinizy36, 39—Phil Bath46—Art Shay61—A.P.62—Richard Zarembka, Bob Miller, Jim Goodwin

January 22, 1962
MEN OF '61Sirs:Concerning your selection for Sportsman of the Year (Jan. 8), I agree that the great Roger Maris, the incomparable Paul Hornung and the matchless Warren Spahn are not worthy of the...

January 22, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
An NHL quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert

January 22, 1962

January 22, 1962
NBA games through February 10

January 22, 1962 | John Durant
The 1870 meeting between two mighty Mississippi steamboats was the climax of a splendid era