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April 15, 1963 Table Of Contents

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POINT OF FACT

A major league baseball quiz to stimulate the memory and increase the knowledge of fans

Jack The Mighty

YOUNG JACK THE MIGHTY MASTER

The old men challenged sharply at Augusta but, in the end, strength and youth conquered as big Jack Nicklaus used his huge drives and near-flawless tactics to become the youngest Masters champion ever. Only one stroke behind Nicklaus was Champagne Tony Lema, a newcomer to the Masters and a bubbly threat to pro golf's best

By Alfred Wright

Hey, They Went Thisaway

2,235,197,406,895,366,368,301,559,991, to 1

Charlie's Heaven

CHARLIE'S SEVENTH HEAVEN

An American matinee idol 30 years ago, Charlie Farrell is still very much on stage at the Palm Springs Racquet Club, the celebrity-filled institution that he founded, ran and rarely leaves

By Alfred Wright

One-Two Punch

A ONE-TWO PUNCH FDR THE PRETTIEST

WITH A LOB TO THE BASELINE, THE GIRL AT RIGHT IS ABOUT TO DRIVE HER OPPONENT BACK WITH ONE PART OF THE ONE-TWO PUNCH

By William F. Talbert

Skiing

Cool skiing in sun-baked Alaska

The names that came out of the National Alpine Ski Championships, held for the first time in Alaska, were well known: Werner, Minsch, Ferries and Saubert. But there was also a mountain named Max

By Roy Terrell

Sporting Look

The human fish acquires a brighter, tougher skin

A new protective coating adds a dash of color to the scuba diver's traditional drab black neoprene suit

By Coles Phinizy

Baseball

Rookies, rookies everywhere, and even JFK is talking

About once a decade hordes of brilliant young ballplayers come off the farms in a swarm and scare the daylights out of the tired old baseball journeymen. This looks like one of those years

By Tom C. Brody

Bullfighting

In Mexico, Paco Camino is hailed as 'N√∫mero Uno'

A 21-year-old Spanish matador sets the El Toreo ring aflame with muleta passes that the critics call better than those of Manolete

By Rafael Delgado Lozano

Motor Sports

A heretic with great expectations

By streaking comfortably to a startling 150.501-mph lap at the Indianapolis Speedway—second-fastest tour ever—a sleek Ford-powered, English-built racer has posed the biggest threat yet to Offenhauser orthodoxy

By Kenneth Rudeen

Bridge

A very big deal at the ladies' bridge club

When the most improbable bridge hand of all turns up in a ladies' game at Kankakee, it moves experts to offer some surprising advice on how to bid with 13 of a suit

By Walter Bingham

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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