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January 29, 1962 | Volume 16, Issue 4

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Chet Jastremski Cover - Sports Illustrated January 29, 1962

January 29, 1962
The Bing Crosby National tournament in California had hardly gotten under way last week when PGA Champion Jerry Barber came to the ill-famed 16th hole at Cypress Point—and disaster. A treacherous...

January 29, 1962 | Carleton Mitchell
A syndicate of crack New England yachtsmen has already started building a new boat to compete for the honor of defending the America's Cup next summer

January 29, 1962 | Tex Maule
Michel Jazy, a Frenchman with an eye for the prettier wonders of southern California, lost the mile by a step as indoor track came to the Coast

January 29, 1962
The Hand-off makes the difference in the split-second world of indoor relays, where the reaching, anxious hand is the symbol of the runners' impatience to race. But in the new season, the biggest...

January 29, 1962 | Arlie W. Schardt

January 29, 1962
Gilbert Rogin introduces us to Captain Tommy Gilford, deep-sea fishing guide extraordinary, angry advocate of light tackle, champion of kite fishing and a cheerful iconoclast.

January 29, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen
Never before have so many Americans been saying and doing so much about the problem of traffic accidents—a problem that costs 38,000 lives and millions of injuries each year. Last week SPORTS...

January 29, 1962
NOW THAT BIKINIS HAVE GONE AS FAR AS THEY CAN GO, AND PANTS ARE STRETCHED TO THE SPLITTING POINT, THE DESIGNERS OF BEACH CLOTHES HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO REVERSE THEIR FIELD. SO THIS WINTER THERE IS...

January 29, 1962
All the clothes on these pages are available at Lord & Taylor, New York. The Von Eckermann after-swim robe ($110) is also at Bullock's Wilshire, Los Angeles. The Lydia of Rome embroidered silk...

January 29, 1962 | Ray Cave
Cincinnati's abrasive defense won two big games last week, but the Bearcats must still make the NCAA tournament

January 29, 1962 | Whitney Tower
Not within memory has a $25,000 3-year-old stake at six furlongs generated the excitement that permeated Hialeah for the 27th running of The Hibiscus last Saturday. The main reason a crowd of...

January 29, 1962 | Charles Goren
In the World's Bridge Team Championship, starting at the Barbizon-Plaza Hotel in New York on February 10, we have pinned our hopes on a smooth blend of youth and experience. The opposition will...

January 29, 1962 | Rex Lardner

January 29, 1962
15—Tony Triolo16, 17—Hy Peskin23, 26—Lee Balterman24—Phil Bath44, 45—Herb Scharfman46—John Walther-Miami Herald57—Curt Armstrong-San Bernardino Sun Telegram, Gerry Cranham, Walter Z. Kolasa Jr.

January 29, 1962
Dick Davidson, 10, of San Bernardino, Calif., racing in competition since he was 8, used his 4-feet-7 and 72 pounds to pilot a 15-horsepower motorboat to a new mark of 48.004 miles per hour. Said...

January 29, 1962
BASKETBALL—NBA: WESTERN ALL-STARS, led by Bob Pettit. who was chosen the game's most valuable player, defeated the East 150-130, at St. Louis. After the All-Star break Boston slopped Syracuse's...

January 29, 1962 | Mervin Hyman
It was examination time for many of the nation's major-college teams, but some still found time for limited competition. Unbeaten Ohio State continued to win handsomely in the Big Ten, Kentucky...

January 29, 1962
THE SAN FRANCISCO MOODSirs:Regarding your article The San Francisco Myth (Jan. 15), I would be more than happy to personally escort Mr. Joe David Brown halfway across the Golden Gate Bridge and...

January 29, 1962
FORECAST ON SWINGERS

January 29, 1962
•Mike DiSalle, Ohio governor, explaining John F. Kennedy's presence at his birthday celebration in Columbus: "The only way I could get the President out here was to promise he could meet Jerry...

January 29, 1962
Major bonspiels through March 18

January 29, 1962 | Dave Anderson
When Jack Kramer made his pro debut 14 years ago, New York's worst storm threatened to keep everyone away