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September 18, 1961
The most attractive young boxer around today is Cassius Clay of Louisville, who is also the vainest, most confident and most confusing. His aim: to succeed Floyd Patterson.
October 16, 1961
The salmon returned to the Horsefly River in Canada last month and ran into a forest fire. Robert Cantwell tells how an epic of conservation became a wilderness melodrama.
November 13, 1961
Yachtsman Gilbert Wheat visits a lonely piece of rock called Pitcairn Island, where the people talk—and live—much as did their notorious ancestors, the mutineers from the Bounty.
December 04, 1961
Recalling the football highlights of a quarter century ago, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED honors 25 men who have earned distinction in American professional, business and community life.
July 09, 1962
Putting is the golfers' nemesis, especially the pros'. Putting is an evil that causes pain, panic and anguish. Writer Dan Jenkins gets the pros to lie on the couch and tell their troubles.