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July 18, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 3

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated July 18, 1960

July 18, 1960
The powers that rule international tennis last week encountered the same kind of frustration that often besets their political counterparts in the United Nations, and for much the same reason. The...

July 18, 1960 | Robert H. Boyle

July 18, 1960 | Herbert Warren Wind

July 18, 1960 | William Leggett
Kept out for a year, children were allowed to join the fun at Goshen this season

July 18, 1960
Rammed amidships and overrun by a 16-foot outboard at St. Petersburg, Fla., Guy Sutton (left) and his wife Carol are pinned against the sides of their runabout. The outboard stopped inches short...

July 18, 1960
American golfers, who think of grass two inches high as rough, can hardly imagine the trouble that awaited bad shots at St. Andrews in last week's British Centenary Open. The rough on this...

July 18, 1960
As the grade-crossing barrier goes up, 128 professional cyclists from 13 countries swarm across the Belgian border during the first lap of the Tour de France. After 14 days of the punishing 22-day...

July 18, 1960
•The bright hulls and shifting colors of the sky and sea at the annual Southern California Regatta are captured in a series of paintings by Artist-Sailor Henry Koehler.

July 18, 1960
Young ladies are always found underwater (between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.) at Weeki Wachee Spring, a tourist attraction in Brooksville, Fla. They breathe through submerged air hoses, nibble apples,...

July 18, 1960 | James Murray
That's Mr. Kuznetsov, whose world decathlon record was broken last week by a rejuvenated Rafer Johnson

July 18, 1960 | James Murray
RAFER'S RED RIVALThese drawings show Vastly Kuznetsov, the Russian champion, in each of the 10 decathlon events. Kuznetsov uses six types of track shoe (one is shown at left).

July 18, 1960 | Joe David Brown
Luscious Ernie Russell, Canada's champion gymnast, should be the prettiest athlete in Rome this summer

July 18, 1960 | Huston Horn
The beachcombing Frenches find pleasure and profit roaming a Texas sand bar

July 18, 1960 | Pete Waldmeir
The Middies rocked rowing's boat with a surprise victory that won a trip to Rome

July 18, 1960 | Arlie W. Schardt
Youngest of an outstanding group of U.S. backstrokers, Bob Bennett is moving steadily toward his ultimate goal—a world record and an Olympic gold medal

July 18, 1960 | Charles Goren
Teachers are frequently, and unfairly, the butt of bad jokes, but don't fool around about bridge teachers. They're a sharp and capable bunch. The Card School of New York City, for example, is...

July 18, 1960 | Alfred Wright
The diehards of Blind Brook and the remaining resorts of polo begin another season

July 18, 1960
SPY STORY

July 18, 1960 | Pete Waldmeir
A deadpan Texas upstart was the hero of the national field archery tournament

July 18, 1960 | Ruth Jessen
There is a persistently bad habit in nearly everybody's swing pattern that has to be guarded against continually. With me and many other golfers the faulty movement comes near the beginning of the...

July 18, 1960 | Jean Paradise
Every year about this time the same thing happens to me: I start thinking, with wonder, nostalgia and some regret, about the changes time has wrought in that great old institution, the children's...

July 18, 1960
Jeannie Franz, 15, of Bartlesville, Okla., representing the Phillips 66 Swim Club, took the National Junior Championship in the women's 200-meter freestyle, stroked the distance in 2:38.9 in the...

July 18, 1960
BASEBALL—NATIONAL LEAGUE overpowered the American League 5-3 in the 28th All-Star Game played in 100° heat at Municipal Stadium in Kansas City. In the first two innings, after a triple by the...

July 18, 1960
6—James S. Bradley7—Dave Molina-Albuquerque Journal, U.P.I., Markow, Dave Edwardes, Fed News-Annan18, 21—Jerry Cooke22, 23—Hans Knopf-Pix24, 25—Dan Hightower-St. Petersburg Times from Gilloon28,...

July 18, 1960 | Roger Williams

July 18, 1960
GOAT VS. RABBITSirs:The middleweight division has certainly lost that quality which had made it the most exciting in boxing (Out with a Snarl, July 11).

July 18, 1960
'The gamble paid off'

July 18, 1960
All times are E.D.T.

July 18, 1960 | Sidney L. James
The Olympic games, the greatest of all sports events, are hardly more than a month away. They call for preparations—of many kinds and by many people. For the U.S. Olympic Committee the...

July 18, 1960 | Gilbert Cant

July 18, 1960 | Gilbert Cant
1 Carrizo Plains area: from Rte. 33 at Coalinga, take Rte. 198 west for 11 miles, then turn south along ridge toward Parkfield. 2 Cholame Flats area: farm roads around junction of Rtes, 466 and 41...