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August 21, 1961 | Volume 15, Issue 8

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Judy Torluemke Cover - Sports Illustrated August 21, 1961

August 21, 1961 | Ray Cave

August 21, 1961
"I am quite sure that I would not have gone on to win the Olympic Championship in 1952 nor would I be the World's Heavyweight Champion today, if I had not been given my chance at Wiltwyck."

August 21, 1961 | Gwilym S. Brown

August 21, 1961
August in Deauville is a poem of summer in which time turns back to a gilded age. Paris is empty; its blood has flowed to this Norman seaside town, which suddenly quickens with Thoroughbreds,...

August 21, 1961
A golden giant of a fish lurks in the mists of the Western Hemisphere's greatest waterfall. A report on Brazil's Iguaçú Falls, on the fishing there and on a charming country.

August 21, 1961 | Richard Bissell

August 21, 1961 | Richard Bissell
The shanty boats of Richard Bissell's boyhood have blossomed into floating vacation homes with all the split-level comforts of suburbia plus the vagabond delight of cruising on quiet waters

August 21, 1961

August 21, 1961 | Geoffrey Grigson
To people of the past—200 years ago or 2,000 years ago—herbs were little green gods. According to the old Greeks, if you used herbs correctly, they would do wonders for you, but if you used any...

August 21, 1961 | Whitney Tower
Well-bred Beau Prince ran away with the Travers and a son of Hyperion brought a big price

August 21, 1961 | Charles Goren
The old familiar faces were much in evidence at the American Contract Bridge League's Summer National Championships but at the tournament's end, refreshingly enough, most of the victors were new.

August 21, 1961 | George Walsh
As swimming workouts get tougher, the girls keep getting younger. At the national meet last week, a new young gang made things miserable for retiring champion Chris von Saltza

August 21, 1961 | Ty Cobb
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August 21, 1961
ARCHERY—JOE THORNTON, 42-year-old Cherokee Indian from Tulsa, showed the European paleface how to shoot at the world championships in Oslo, Norway. In addition to winning the world title, Thornton...

August 21, 1961
6—A.P., Walter Kneal-Cincinnati Post & Times Star, Anderson & Cole, Ivan Flye-Portland Press Herald, Morris Rosenfeld12, 13—Robert Huntzinger, Herb Scharfman14, 15—Ralph...

August 21, 1961
Charles McDowell, 16, Virginia Beach, Va., freshman-to-be at Phillips Exeter Academy, a golfer for 10 years, nipped Jay Sigel, 1-up, in 18-hole final to become 14th USGA junior champion in match...

August 21, 1961 | Herman Weiskopf
A strong bench is a prerequisite for a pennant winner, which is one reason why Milwaukee is not doing as well as expected. The Braves' bench is hitting just .165, and Charley Dressen is unhappy....

August 21, 1961
INDIAN WARSirs:If major league baseball moves out of Cleveland to San Diego (SCORECARD, Aug. 7), it will be the biggest farce in the history of money-hungry baseball-club owners. If Cleveland,...

August 21, 1961
His Honor the slugger

August 21, 1961
Stakes through September 6

August 21, 1961 | George Walsh