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March 5, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Boating

A Lot of Good Things in One Slick Package

Outboard builders have broken tradition to produce their own boats specially styled to go with a promising new type of propulsion unit

By Peggy Downey

Big Lift for the Men Who Set the Lightsails

Fast Boat Full of Engine

The union of a Lauterbach hydro and a 530-hp Maserati may produce new records

By John Underwood

Kilroy was there quite early

Shunning the traditional route along the coast, the skipper of 'Kialoa' won the San Diego-Acapulco race in record time

By Carleton Mitchell

Time Of Promise

A TIME OF HIGH PROMISE

Yesterday

A Case for Sherlock

The Jeffries-Johnson title prize fight nearly had Arthur Conan Doyle as its referee

By Mitchell Rawson

Caribbean Sketchbook

Payin' Hobby

THE PAYIN' HOBBY OF BILLY MOORE

By Timothy Green

Why Sears signed Ted Williams—as a playing manager

As a Sears, Roebuck and Co. consultant, Ted Williams brings to his new job the same keen eye and straight talk that set him apart as a ballplayer. Read how he helps Sears field-test and improve its sports equipment—in order to give you more for your money.

SPRING TRAINING: FRESH STARTS AND OLD HOPES

Bridge

A close call for the Blues

In bridge, as in other sports, eager youth presses hard on aging champion, and the end of Italy's long reign is now in sight

By Charles Goren

Sporting Look

LEATHER LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN

By Jo Ahern Zill

Motor Sports

The cars with the secret ingredients

Two Daytona wizards tell how a 'stock' car is built, and a road racing ace learns to drive one

By Kenneth Rudeen

Bowling

If golfers can do it, so can bowlers

That is the opinion of busy Eddie Elias, who organized the four-year-old PBA

By Rex Lardner

Basketball

Tea and empathy with Slats Gill

Oregon State's venerable coach salts his tea and drinks it by the bucketful. His ability to project the desire to win makes the Beavers title contenders

By Ray Cave

Part II: The Ways Of Life At The Country Club

Status Seeking, Crazy Hats and Discrimination

Frolicking families, from kids to grandmas, jam into the country club today. Some golfers gripe at this domestic invasion, but without family business the club would have a hard time breaking even. For a searching look at a typical middle-class country club and how it got that way

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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POWERBOAT RESULTS

1961 American Power Boat Association champions