Diplomatic grip is given to U.S. track star Bob Mathias by Azouz Rebai, Tunisian Secretary of State for Youth and Sports, after presenting Mathias with the "Nichan Iftikhar," one of Tunisia's highest decorations. Mathias is on a good-will tour of Africa.
Cool clasp going away is the best Golfer Tommy Bolt (above) can manage after losing 1 up to Charlie Prentice (right) in PGA championships at Canton, Mass. Bolt, who was favored to beat Prentice, then stalked away in disgust.
Hearty Mitt goes to defending champion Pat Lesser of Seattle (left) from loser Barbara Mclntire of Toledo after second-round match in the Women's Western Amateur Golf Championship at Huntington, W. Va. Miss Lesser won 1 up.
Shake and make up was the ruling Cincinnati Judge Clarence Denning handed Dodger Duke Snider (left) and Cincinnati fan Ralph Baumel of Mason, Ohio. The two had exchanged punches after Baumel asked if Snider was "gutless."
A TABLEAU OF DEEP MISERY
Even world champions like the Brooklyn Dodgers have moments when nothing goes right, such as that caught by a camera behind home plate during their fourth straight loss to Milwaukee on their latest western trip. Manager Walter Alston and players glumly await Relief Pitcher Clem Labine to rescue Sal Maglie from distress
FRESH HARVEST OF RHUBARBS
Soaring temperatures and the heat of the pennant chase produce a midsummer madness in baseball which is a delight to the fan and a blight to the nerve-racked manager
Stalking from the mound, Brooklyn Dodger Pitcher Don Newcombe glares daggers at Manager Walter Alston (left) after Alston yanked him for threatening to bean Chicago Cub batters. Newk made bean threat after he had been dusted twice at bat.
Spitting his contempt at critical Boston baseball writers, Ted Williams crosses plate after slamming his 400th home run.