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January 30, 1961 | Volume 14, Issue 4

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated January 30, 1961

January 30, 1961 | Alfred Wright
Bob Rosburg led the pros, but an inspired cast of old and young amateurs preserved the format that has made The Crosby one of the best tournaments in the country

January 30, 1961 | Mike Agostini

January 30, 1961
Disdaining chilblains, some 5,000 Michigan fishermen swarmed over a frozen Detroit lake the other day for the annual Metropolitan Beach ice-fishing derby. The fog hung low and the cold was biting,...

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward
Testing exercises 1 and 2 are quite difficult when done with one eye, simple when done with two. Object of first is to bring fingertips together from a foot apart, of second to step forward and...

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward
1 SIGHT DANGER2 APPLY BRAKES3 STOP

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward
Nearing intersection, if accelerator jams, usual—and wrong—reaction is to try to retract pedal. Instead, switch off ignition, simultaneously put on brakes.

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward
1 Head-on collision with Car C threatens you, in Car A, after you have pulled out to pass Car B on two-lane highway. Best solution (1) is to brake hard, let B go ahead, then tuck in behind.

January 30, 1961 | Rodger Ward
In the second installment of "Safe Driving," which will appear in the February 13 issue, Jack Brabham tells the whys and ways of expert sports car driving, proper upkeep.

January 30, 1961
Seven pages of color photographs show why Santa Anita, with its sparkling turf course, flowers and spectacular backdrop, is the most beautiful racing plant in the country.

January 30, 1961
APARTHEID

January 30, 1961 | Coles Phinizy
With the advent of form-fitting suits designed to get you wet but keep you warm, the sport of skin-diving is cracking the cold-water barrier and acquiring some of the beauty it deserves

January 30, 1961 | Rex MacLeod
A moody Maple Leaf named Mahovlich is threatening one of ice hockey's venerable statistics

January 30, 1961 | James Murray
The three-time Olympic gold medalist was the star at the Los Angeles Invitational

January 30, 1961 | Charles Goren
Lee Hazen, a New York lawyer, is frequently quoted in bridge columns, and with very good reason, for he has been one of this country's most respected players for more than twenty years.

January 30, 1961 | James Murray

January 30, 1961
Mike Slyziuk, Ukrainian-born filling station operator, led Detroit Curling Club to five victories and first place in club's 75th International Bonspiel, declared: "I've played many sports but this...

January 30, 1961
BOATING—PIPE DREAM, 40-foot yawl owned and skippered by Walter Colquitt of Greenwich, Conn., won the 403-mile St. Petersburg-to-Ft. Lauderdale ocean sailing race on a corrected time of 68:43:57....

January 30, 1961
4—sketch by Bill Charmatz6—Pete Waldmeir, Interpresse, George Cooke-Baltimore Sun37—John G. Zimmerman42, 43—Coles Phinizy46—Art Rickerby-Pix61—Art Shay64—Pete Knight

January 30, 1961 | Mervin Hyman
Although many of the nation's college basketball players were busy with midyear exams, some mixed baskets with books. This versatility was best demonstrated by Ohio State, which methodically...

January 30, 1961
VISIBLY TOPSSirs:Gilbert Rogin's The Invisible Champion (Jan. 16) is one of the most sensitive, thoughtful and understanding biographical pieces it has ever been my pleasure to read.RICHARD W....

January 30, 1961
Chin-up champ

January 30, 1961
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