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August 27, 1962
Newport beach, Calif. is the scene of a waterfront explosion that has blasted sandbars, into $100,000 lots. Jerome Martin paints the boom and Alfred Wright describes it in words.
July 16, 1962
A Portfolio in color of golf pros ripping and tearing their not-so-gentle ways around a course. Also a report from Alfred Wright on the 1962 British Open in Troon, Scotland.
July 09, 1962
LARDY DUDESirs:Boy, that Jack Nicklaus is really great, isn't he! Yes siree! He beat Arnold Palmer in winning his first professional tournament and so now he has become a "superstar," a "wonder man of golf," and "one...
June 18, 1962
The U.S. Open could be a weird and colorful event. Alfred Wright describes the battle at Oakmont for golf's big title, and John Zimmerman's color camera focuses on the leaders.
June 11, 1962
College Rowing reaches a climax as 13 colleges meet in the IRA regatta on New York's Onondaga Lake. Six pages of color and a report on the participating teams herald the race.