The hotshot kids who have taken over the headlines in the American League are the key to the most stimulating pennant race in years. Bill Leggett describes these new heroes.
That small typhoon swirling about in the middle of New York's most sophisticated boulevard is William Snaith, yachtsman and designer and a sort of Renaissance caveman.
Alone in the woods for 72 hours, girls at an Outward Bound school test their response to wilderness. Barbara La Fontaine, who was one of them, tells how they made out.