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November 21, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 21

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November 21, 1960
BASEBALL—ROGER MARIS, hefty 26-year-old right fielder who moved up to the New York Yankees last winter after two years in the lower majors with Kansas City, then hit .283, slammed 39 home runs,...

November 21, 1960
4—Frederick Eberstadt, Walter Daran, Martin Nathan6—sketch by James Flora8—A.P. (2), Carl Klein, Pete Waldmeir, New York Times12, 13, 15—Art Rickerby-Pix14—Jerry Cooke22, 23—Zentralbild50—Robert...

November 21, 1960
PROS' TEAMSirs:We here in New Mexico have long been telling everybody that this is the best team in the nation (The Team the Pros Watch, Nov. 7), but we could get only our defeated opponents to...

November 21, 1960
'Joe Skier makes it go'

November 21, 1960
VOLLEY OF INDIFFERENCE

November 21, 1960 | Whitney Tower
A kiss from his jockey, Manuel Ycaza, was Bald Eagle's reward after his runaway victory over a superb field of U.S. and foreign Thoroughbreds in the ninth Washington D.C. International at Laurel....

November 21, 1960 | Alfred Wright

November 21, 1960
Taking a cue from Al Capp's Evil Eye Fleegle, master of the triple whammy, two of the world's greatest chess players last week demonstrated the use of the evil eye at the chess Olympics in East...

November 21, 1960
There are no ulcerated coaches barking orders, no frantic alumni demanding victory and no cleats in the face. For these California youngsters, in fact, football is nothing but a goofy,...

November 21, 1960 | George Walsh

November 21, 1960
As the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles meet, it will be Norm Van Brocklin against Charlie Conerly. Tex Maule covers their duel for the Eastern Conference lead.

November 21, 1960 | Sidney L. James
About the time that Horace Sutton was settling down to describe the life of leisure that is available in the 50th state (page 92), Associate Editor Coles Phinizy was sampling somewhat more rugged...

November 21, 1960 | Fred R. Smith
Ski fashions this winter will show the effects of the Squaw Valley Olympics. The new Sporting Look has trimmed-down, color-matched parkas, pants and sweaters, all with the 'fast' cut of a racer's...

November 21, 1960 | Robert Ball
Ski Champion Toni Sailer is making money faster than he ever made the finish line in his days as an amateur

November 21, 1960 | Peter Blake

November 21, 1960 | Peter Blake
After looking at ski chalets and ski resorts all over the U.S., Architect-Author Peter Blake (who is a skier himself) came up with these sketches for his version of the ideal chalet to be built on...

November 21, 1960
THE INSIDE TRACK

November 21, 1960
"Son," goes the old pilots' story about a mother whose boy had just soloed, "I want you to promise me always to fly low and fly slow." She was speaking, of course, about the age of sport and...

November 21, 1960 | Morton Sharnik
Ohio University is undefeated in Mid-America Conference, untied and, sadly, unranked

November 21, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

November 21, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Penn state over Pitt. The Nittany Lions have been waiting for a whole year to get even with the chewed-up Panthers. Better offense will win for Penn State.

November 21, 1960
The Marchesa della Stufa, a noblewoman of Tuscany as dedicated to the kitchen as to the hunt, combines both in a cookbook about game

November 21, 1960
Ronnie Hobson, 13, Newport News, Va. Boys' Clubber, U.S. and Canadian boys' table tennis champion, defeated Russian Open Champion Gennadi Averin 21-18, 21-23, 21-12 for only American win in...

November 21, 1960 | Walter Bingham
The American league, which will expand to 10 teams by 1961, has announced that it will stock the two new teams with players from the eight existing teams. This does not mean, of course, that...

November 21, 1960 | Tex Maule
The new American Football League has passed midseason in its first year of operation. The Houston Oilers, bigger, faster and less liable to error than any other team in the league, now enjoy a...

November 21, 1960 | Charles Goren
How much should you trust your partner? A classic example of two who didn't at all is the deal in which both partners rescued each other from doubled contracts, beginning at three no trump and...

November 21, 1960 | Horace Sutton
A traveler who has tasted the pleasures and toured the palaces of four continents settles down for a family vacation in a house near Honolulu. There, to his delighted surprise, he discovers the...

November 21, 1960 | Horace Sutton
For anyone who wants to set up temporary housekeeping in Hawaii, houses in Kahala or in Waialae-Kahala, Aina Haina, Wailupe or Windward Oahu, near the beach or on it, rent from $250 to $1,200 a...

November 21, 1960
Sports Illustrated presents a guide to Midwest ski resorts which have added facilities since last year. New trails are followed by their length-drop; new lifts by their length/rise/capacity...

November 21, 1960 | Mort Lund