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March 06, 1961 | Volume 14, Issue 9

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated March 06, 1961

March 06, 1961
All times are E.S.T.

March 06, 1961 | Tex Maule
Baseball's violent Leo is back in uniform after five years, instructing reporters, needling young players and (below) taking part in hilarious games of pepper

March 06, 1961
South Africa's Springboks brought their traveling Rugby road show to the British Isles and France, flattened the opposition and left behind a seething controversy. 'They are killing Rugby,'...

March 06, 1961 | Ray Cave
The Bonnies had won 99 basketball games in a row on their court in Olean, N.Y., but they ran into trouble with Niagara, the last team to beat them at home 13 years ago

March 06, 1961 | Fred R. Smith
The Seminole in Palm Beach is a sea-grape-and-palm-framed golfing haven for board chairmen, millionaires, top-echelon amateurs and professionals—and the President of the United States. Its...

March 06, 1961 | Fred R. Smith
This was one of many compliments bestowed on a new line called the Slim Look, which brings the ease of American sports clothes to the Paris spring collections and deserved fame to Dior's new...

March 06, 1961 | John O'Reilly
CORMORANTS ON MOLASSES LIGHTOSPREYANGELFISHGROUPERSTAGHORN AND STINGING CORALSEA FANSTURTLE GRASSPELICANSKEY LARGO DRY ROCKSRAYSTAR CORALSEA TURTLEMORAY EELHAMMERHEAD SHARKSTAGHORN AND STINGING...

March 06, 1961 | John O'Reilly
America's first underwater park preserves and protects the submarine wonders of the coral reef for present and future generations of skin-divers and fishermen

March 06, 1961 | John O'Reilly
CORMORANTS ON MOLASSES LIGHTOSPREYANGELFISHGROUPERSTAGHORN AND STINGING CORALSEA FANSTURTLE GRASSPELICANSKEY LARGO DRY ROCKSRAYSTAR CORALSEA TURTLEMORAY EELHAMMERHEAD SHARKSTAGHORN AND STINGING...

March 06, 1961 | George M. Weiss
When George M. Weiss, general manager of the New York Yankees through 13 spectacularly successful years, left the club last October, everyone in baseball wondered whether he had quit or had been...

March 06, 1961 | George M. Weiss
Early career with the famous New Haven Colonials...The years with Casey Stengel...Inside the Yankees...Good trades and bad...My All-Yankee team

March 06, 1961
DEADLINE

March 06, 1961
Like most American families, the whole range of sea food dishes known as "chowder" have a foreign ancestry. The name itself is a corruption of chaudière, the French word for caldron, and the food...

March 06, 1961 | Kenneth Rudeen
The stock cars at Daytona roared to incredible speeds and inevitable smashes

March 06, 1961 | Whitney Tower
Those were his jockey's orders before the Flamingo and Carry Back carried them out

March 06, 1961 | Phil Coleman
Phil Coleman is an outstanding American athlete. He was a national champion in the one-mile run and the 3,000-meter steeplechase and a member of both the 1956 and 1960 U.S. Olympic teams....

March 06, 1961
BADMINTON—U.S. defeated Canada in a five-out-of-nine series to clinch the North American Zone final in the Thomas Cup. In the fifth and deciding game Jim Poole of San Diego beat Bev Westcott 15-4,...

March 06, 1961
5—sketch by Bill Charmatz8—A.P. (2), Walter H. Close, McKinley Studio31, 32—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette34—Gordon Tenney36—map by William Bernstein45—Conway Studios47—U.P.I.48—Bill...

March 06, 1961 | Mervin Hyman
The postseason tournament picture was beginning to take shape. The NCAA, patiently waiting for conference races to be decided, picked up Mid-Atlantic champion St. Joseph's (20-4) and seemed almost...

March 06, 1961
Yvonne Leslie, attractive, blonde Indianapolis golfer, scored a hole-in-one on 112-yard par-3 seventh hole at the Sea Island (Ga.) Golf Course using a four-iron (in January), duplicated the feat a...

March 06, 1961
MEMORIESSirs:I did not know the members of the United States figure skating team well, for I only met them a short while ago in Philadelphia, where I was assigned to photograph them by your editors.

March 06, 1961
The lone ranger

March 06, 1961 | Bettina Blackford
A Thoroughbred racing quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the $2 bettor and the armchair expert

March 06, 1961 | Duncan Barnes
Bill Mosienko did it in an NHL game nine years ago and set a record that should long endure