Too many pitchers is the unique problem in Pittsburgh, where the deepest stall in baseball—including the No. 1 relief man, Roy Face—cannot win a pennant without base hits.
Young sailors pictured in color by Stephen Michael look as though they were born with know-how, but the problems of training them are discussed by a noted yachting authority.
Pooh-Bahs of Playland, Mark Goodson and Bill Todman invented and now produce games that 125 million people play and watch weekly. Gilbert Rogin tells how they do it.