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June 25, 1962 | Volume 16, Issue 25

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Jack Nicklaus Cover - Sports Illustrated June 25, 1962

June 25, 1962 | Alfred Wright

June 25, 1962 | Roy Terrell

June 25, 1962 | Thomas Brody
After coming from behind in a so-so season to win the intercollegiate championships on Onondaga Lake, Cornell's crew is eager to take on a Russian eight at Philadelphia

June 25, 1962 | William Leggett
The Los Angeles Dodgers are drawing baseball's biggest crowds with a group of players who are not afraid to sing and dance and take a chance. Running the bases with derring-do, they lead the league

June 25, 1962
Despite the players (who come from all over the world) and the game they play (which is international) there is a flavor distinctively British in the tennis championships held each year at this...

June 25, 1962
Mickey Mantle, an indispensable part of the Yankee machine, has returned to action. Walter Bingham reports on the slugger and his effect on the American League race.

June 25, 1962 | Roderick Stephens Jr.
There years ago my family and I, with some friends, sailed out of Larchmont, N.Y. for Shelburne, Nova Scotia aboard our 45-foot sloop, . Southerly winds stayed fresh all the way; the days were...

June 25, 1962 | Martin Kane

June 25, 1962 | Martin Kane
From bogs and creeks around isolated Blue Cypress Lake, the St. Johns flows north to Jacksonville. Lake George has plenty of camps for traveling anglers. Welaka has at least eight good places, of...

June 25, 1962 | Tex Maule
Oregon was so strong in the NCAA championships it could have won with only sophomores and juniors

June 25, 1962 | Walter Bingham
Charles Goren gives a three-day bridge lesson in New York and mixes charm with sound advice

June 25, 1962

June 25, 1962
•Richie Ashburn, Mets' outfielder, after hand-fighting Texas mosquitoes: "Houston is the only city in the country where women wear insect repellent instead of perfume."

June 25, 1962 | Donald S. Connery

June 25, 1962
BASEBALL—MICHIGAN needed 15 innings to defeat scrappy little Santa Clara (Calif.) 5-4 and win the NCAA title in the championships at Omaha. But the losing team produced the tournament's...

June 25, 1962
20—Sergio Larrain-Magnum21—Pool Fotografico Mundial de Futbol 1962, Munoz Armijo22, 23—Sergio Larrain-Magnum26, 27—George Long-LIFE55—map by Bill Bernstein56—Steve Wilson57—Steve Schapiro-Black...

June 25, 1962
John "Buck" O'Neil, 50, a Chicago Cubs scout for almost seven years, has been moved up to a coaching spot, becoming the first Negro coach in the majors. One of 11 Cub coaches, he will not take his...

June 25, 1962 | Herman Weiskopf
Heavy-footed Pidge Browne, better known for his mirth and girth than for his three-base hits, hit a triple to help to a ninth-inning win. "Did you hear what Doc [Trainer Jim Ewell] said when you...

June 25, 1962
FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDSSirs:Congratulations on the full-page shot of Oakmont's 5th hole in your U.S. Open preview (June 11).