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March 07, 1960 | Volume 12, Issue 10

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated March 07, 1960

March 07, 1960 | Roy Terrell

March 07, 1960 | Roy Terrell
The Frenchman and His Egg 18 The Queen and the Professor 20 Our Never-Say-Die Hockeymen 22

March 07, 1960 | Roy Terrell
When France's Jean Vuarnet flashed across the finish line at the bottom of Squaw Peak to win the men's downhill, the word was soon out: Vuarnet had a secret weapon, a new metal ski. But he had...

March 07, 1960 | Mary Snow
After clinching a gold medal with one of the most polished performances ever seen in Olympic figure skating, Carol Heiss fought through reporters to reach a dark, angular man who stood at the edge...

March 07, 1960 | William Leggett
Before the first puck was dropped at Squaw Valley, experts had selected the two teams which would fight for the 1960 hockey gold medal. One, of course, was Russia, winner at Cortina. The other was...

March 07, 1960
Voltaire was not a sportswriter. But he might well have had spring training in mind when he wrote the line that is appropriated above. For it would indeed be hard to improve on the world that...

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•Casey Stengel, at the New York Yankees' spring training camp: "This time we're going to stick to sweat and toil, and maybe there'll even be a little bleeding."

March 07, 1960 | Alden Clarke
It had a small room that not too many knew about,Near the roof, where the Old Man went to compose himself for five minutesAfter Cookie busted up Bevens' no-hitter.A friend said, "He doesn't worry...

March 07, 1960 | Whitney Tower
The strangely named colt is the East's top Derby hope after winning the Flamingo

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[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

March 07, 1960 | Jeremiah Tax
It came down to a two-point difference, but in the end Utah beat Utah State, thanks to a coach's love of detail

March 07, 1960 | John O'Reilly
'Listen to the Mockingbird?' Not in Pennsylvania, where its rebel yell has led to war

March 07, 1960 | Fred R. Smith
Our selection of new fashions for spring reflects a shrinking world. The private plane shown on this Arizona ranch can bring its passengers from winter chill to desert heat in one routine trip....

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4—Joern Gerdts, John G. Zimmerman, A.P. (2), Jerry Cooke (3), Kim Massie (2), Ralph Crane—LIFE, A.P.5—Ralph Crane-LIFE, London Daily Express-Pictorial Parade, John G. Zimmerman, Jerry Cooke (5),...

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BASKETBALL—BOSTON clinched NBA Eastern Division title.

March 07, 1960 | Charles Goren
Along-Standing engagement to lecture and play in a tournament at Wichita Falls, Texas, prevented my taking part in the Cavendish Club's annual invitation tournament in New York last month. The...

March 07, 1960 | Jim Brosnan

March 07, 1960 | Jim Brosnan
Now 30, James Brosnan broke into the majors with the Cubs in 1954 (and into print in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, July 21, 1958), last year won nine and lost six with the Cards before he was traded to the...

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All times E.S.T.

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Sirs:Dorothea Walker is a woman who is respected here only for her knowledge of protocol. Her lack of sophistication in other areas has appalled Renoites for months, and the incredible naiveté" of...

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'With my toes pointed!'

March 07, 1960 | Arthur Murphy
The important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part. The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well." So, in founding the modern Olympics, Baron Pierre de...

March 07, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
With the postseason tournaments only two weeks off, college basketball's annual jigsaw puzzle was rapidly falling into place. Last week six major conference championships were decided, at least...

March 07, 1960 | Jimmy Jemail
TERRY SAWCHUKDetroit Red WingsGoalieGordie Howe. I've watched him operate both as an opposing player and as a teammate. During my seasons in Boston, Gordie gave me the most trouble of any player....

March 07, 1960 | Gerald Holland
The state of Missouri ponders the question, 'Just what is a licensed dog licensed to do?'