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October 17, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 16

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 17, 1960

October 17, 1960
A female Yogi

October 17, 1960

October 17, 1960
Fred B. Smales of Newport Beach, Calif., owner and skipper of Escapade, won the West Coast's Whitney Trophy for ocean racing (an award given for the best total time in five races) over 14 other...

October 17, 1960

October 17, 1960 | Roy Terrell

October 17, 1960 | Alfred Wright

October 17, 1960
Like fat centipedes, 24-man Formosan dragon boats from Chiu-mei crawl along the Tamsui River before the annual race held on "Double Ten" (Oct. 10), the anniversary of the founding of the Republic...

October 17, 1960
It's fresh-killed table d'goat as Elsa the lioness, heroine of Joy Adamson's current bestseller, Born Free, feeds her three cubs. The lion family was interrupted at supper when Mrs. Adamson, who...

October 17, 1960
The day before the first Series game in Yankee Stadium last week, the sporting world's raucous and temporarily unemployed saloonkeeper, Toots Shor, set up a tent on the site of his proposed new...

October 17, 1960 | Huston Horn
A new Ranger coach, Alf Pike, hopes to build a winning team using kindness instead of choler

October 17, 1960
At the start of a new pro basketball season, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED scouts all the NBA teams, and Gil Rogin presents the voluble owner of the St. Louis Hawks, Ben Kerner.

October 17, 1960 | Jo Ahern Zill
The presidency may still be in doubt, but the shape of some things in 1961 is becoming delightfully clear. Sneak previews in California and New York have disclosed that the new Sporting Look, on...

October 17, 1960
In the proud tradition of the race courses of Europe, New York's Belmont Park combines natural beauty and good taste. Racegoing is a civilized experience here, where even the name of this...

October 17, 1960 | Robert Manning

October 17, 1960 | Bonnie Prudden
The 7-month-old baby has reached the threshold to real independence—complete mobility. The move over the doorstep is accomplished first by motion in a single direction. But as the baby enters a...

October 17, 1960 | Pete Waldmeir
Coach Daugherty of Michigan State had a calculated plan for victory, but at the last moment human fallibility spoiled it

October 17, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

October 17, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Georgia Tech over Auburn. Stan Gann's passing will take the Jackets over and around the tough defense of the Tigers, who have no offense of their own.

October 17, 1960 | Tex Maule

October 17, 1960 | Catherine Drinker Bowen

October 17, 1960 | Sidney L. James
The lettering by which a publication distinguishes its title is called a logotype. As many of you have doubtless observed on this week's cover, ours has changed its style. Describing a logotype is...

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All times are E.D.T.

October 17, 1960
12—John Sadovy18—Harry Merrick, Moulin Studio, Hal Swiggett-San Antonio Express, Bob Ruskauff, Bob Miller22—Neil Leifer24, 25—Marvin E. Newman, Neil Leifer26, 27—John G. Zimmerman28, 29—Herb...

October 17, 1960
BASEBALL—LOUISVILLE COLONELS defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 4 games to 2 in the American Association's junior world series. In the first game Louisville's center-fielder MACK JONES drove in four...

October 17, 1960
THE FANS' SERIESSirs:SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: I love you (Beat 'Em, Bucs!, Oct. 3).SHIRLEY C. LANGLEYPittsburgh