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April 2, 1962 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

A new shotgun shell, the Mark 5, has a unique polyethylene collar that gives shooters more power and greater range

By Duncan Barnes

Yesterday

The Lone and Battered Eagle

Eight years after Kitty Hawk, a pilot named Rodgers made the first flight across America

By Matthew J. Bruccoli

The Deadly Insult

THE DEADLY INSULT

Challenger Emile Griffith, infuriated by a taunt from Welterweight Champion Benny Paret, destroyed him in the ring

By Gilbert Rogin

BIG YEAR FOR THE ROOKIES

There are lots of rookies this year—tall ones, short ones, young ones and even a very old one. Best of all, there are a lot of talented ones, some of whom may have an important effect on the pennant races

By Walter Bingham

No. 1!

CINCINNATI IS NO. 1, NO. 1, NO. 1!

Furious for two years because they were ranked second to Ohio State, the Bearcats again beat State in the NCAA basketball finals. And this victory was no fluke

By Ray Cave

The Masters

SPRING SETS THE MOOD OF THE MASTERS

The Statistics Speak

By Gwilym S. Brown

Arnold Palmer Replies

By Alfred Wright

Khan Family

THE GREAT KHANS ARE THE KINGS OF SQUASH

Azam Khan and his nephew Mohibullah (below left and right) are only two members of a vast dynasty of champions

By Rex Lardner

E. P. Taylor

MILLIONAIRE'S BREW

Edward Plunket Taylor has mixed beer, the Bahamas and horses into a MILLIONAIRE'S BREW

By Robert Boyle

Bridge

Card cruise and seminar in one

A slow boat in sunny waters and duplicate all day—truly heaven for the dedicated bridge player

By Charles Goren

Motor Sports

Lightning failed to strike Ferrari

Though many fell by Sebring's wayside, two of the great Italian cars stayed the course to win an unprecedented one-two victory

By Kenneth Rudeen

Golf

Watch, learn and punch

By Jack Nicklaus

Mantle & Maris

Mantle and Maris in the Movies

By Robert Creamer

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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