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Statistics

SELECTED STATISTICS FROM 1962

Yesterday/Yankee Stadium

April 1923: First Day at Yankee Stadium

It was the beginning of an era of bigness—the world's biggest and most expensive baseball park for what shortly became the world's most spectacularly successful baseball team

By John Durant

Just A Second

JUST A SECOND

The Pitchers Union, National League division, is screaming 'foul,' because the umpires are calling balks at the greatest rate in the entire history of baseball

By William Leggett

Boston's Wizard

LAST FLING FOR A WIZARD

Bob the magnificent Cousy is at his magical best as he leads the Celtics to victory over the Royals and into the NBA finals

By John Underwood

I Changed My Game

I CHANGED MY GAME TO WIN THE MASTERS

Augusta's new wearer of the green tells Gwilym S. Brown of his thoughts as the drama rose, of the shots that brought him victory and of how, surprisingly, I CHANGED MY GAME TO WIN THE MASTERS

By Jack Nicklaus

Smoker Poker

THE POKER IN THE SMOKER

Seven-card stud and draw are the games for some happy exurban commuters. They are played by such swingers as Eliot the Brain Surgeon, Lucky Louis and Al the Ear Tugger

By Robert H. Boyle

Yacht Club

AN IDEAL YACHT CLUB

AN IDEAL YACHT CLUB SHOULD BE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE SPORT IT IS DESIGNED FOR. IN THE MODEL PICTURED HERE, AND ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES, A FORMER STAR CLASS RACING CHAMPION WHO IS ALSO A LEADING CALIFORNIA ARCHITECT OUTLINES IN DETAIL HIS IDEA OF WHAT THE PERFECT YACHT CLUB SHOULD BE

By Arthur Zich

Boating

The flying lady of the Flying Dutchman

National champion sailor Pat Duane, housewife and mother, is the first woman to skipper a boat in the Pan American Games. She may well leave the best male sailors of the hemisphere wallowing far astern

By Arthur Zich

Bridge

The luckiest slam ever made

By Charles Goren

Automobiles

Slicked up to chase the booming beetle

Volkswagen rivals at the New York auto show unleashed pretty girls and hopeful predictions, but Germany's bestselling bug was far ahead

By Kenneth Rudeen

Panama Marlin

A MOB OF MARLIN IN THE BAYS OF PANAMA

By Jack Olsen

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Frank Deford

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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