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June 05, 1961
It's Le Mans time in France again—a time for cookouts and carnivals while the 24-hour road race whistles past. An unusual view of the event is presented in eight pages of color.
June 19, 1961
Arnold Palmer is favored, but Sam Snead or a dozen others could win the U.S. Open. From Oakland Hills near Detroit a report by Alfred Wright on the year's biggest tournament.
July 31, 1961
From Olympia Fields Country Club near Chicago, a report by Alfred Wright on Arnold Palmer's quest for the only major golf title he has never won: the PGA championship.
March 26, 1962
A masterful mood is captured in color by Artist Robert Andrew Parker as Alfred Wright and Gwilym Brown assess Arnold Palmer's chances of winning golf's biggest prize.
June 04, 1962
Famed old Oakmont once more is host to the U.S. Open. The difficulties of the course are shown in impressive color photographs and are discussed in detail by Alfred Wright.