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March 12, 1962 | Volume 16, Issue 10

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March 12, 1962 | Whitney Tower

March 12, 1962 | William Barry Furlong
Glenn Hall's weak stomach gives him plenty of misery before, during and after Black Hawk games but his strong goaltending has made the defending Stanley Cup champions look healthy

March 12, 1962
A delicious anxiety, a determination to triumph and, at last, the thrill of accomplishment—these are the stepping-stones to enjoyment of sport. These Philadelphia kids taking their first faltering...

March 12, 1962 | Ray Cave

March 12, 1962 | Ray Cave

March 12, 1962 | Ray Cave

March 12, 1962
Arthur Lydiard, coach of record makers Peter Snell and Murray Halberg, describes the rigorous and controversial training methods that are the talk of the track world.

March 12, 1962
At odd, exalted moments of the night we are all champions of the world. The Golden Gloves, the world's largest and most celebrated amateur boxing tournament, is the tangible pursuit of this dream....

March 12, 1962 | Gerald Holland

March 12, 1962 | Jack Nicklaus
Sports Illustrated presents a new kind of golf tip, written by one of the professional game's newest and most exciting stars, two-time National Amateur Champion Jack Nicklaus. It will appear as a...

March 12, 1962 | John Underwood
Deep bends and duck waddles fall to a Texas professor's 20-year antisquat crusade

March 12, 1962 | Kenneth Rudeen
Impish leads the fine fillies who will dominate trotting's classics

March 12, 1962 | Charles Goren
The pressure and long hours of tournaments often produce monumental gaffes by masters

March 12, 1962 | Dolly Connelly
"The only things that matter are the Road, and the people of the Road, a breed as distinctive as were the Klondike gold seekers of '98. Someday there will be stories about them, legends of the men...

March 12, 1962
BASKETBALL—WILT CHAMBERLAIN, 7-foot Philadelphia Warrior, scored 100 points in one game against New York in Hershey, Pa., a record for the National Basketball Association. His amazing total also...

March 12, 1962
12, 13—Ray Fisher-Miami Herald16, 17—Lee Balterman20, 21—Ken Heyman from Rapho-Guillumette41-44—James Drake48—John Lee50, 52—drawings by James Flora58-64—Dolly Connelly61—map by William...

March 12, 1962
Stewart Morris, London hops merchant and winner of Prince of Wales Cup, main championship of the international 14-foot dinghy class, was named England's Yachtsman of the Year. Morris calls his...

March 12, 1962 | Mervin Hyman
For most of the nation's major-college teams the jousting for postseason tournament berths was over. The NCAA had 10 shiny new conference champions, two runners-up and nine at-large teams safely...

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March 12, 1962
•Steve Belko, Oregon basketball coach, discussing 7-foot sophomore center Mel Counts of Oregon State: "He's a real good center, and you could cut him in two and he wouldn't make a bad pair of guards."

March 12, 1962
LIFT-OFFSirs:Sorry, but I do not believe your so-called scientific tests involving vaulting poles of different materials proved anything at all as far as pole-vault results are concerned (He Could...

March 12, 1962
An NCAA basketball tournament quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of fans and armchair experts

March 12, 1962 | Stan Fischler
The Canadiens and the Rangers climaxed a crucial game in New York 15 years ago with the most spectacular donnybrook in NHL history