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July 30, 1962 | Volume 17, Issue 5

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Ken Boyer Cover - Sports Illustrated July 30, 1962

July 30, 1962 | Tex Maule
A world record hammer throw by Harold Connolly offsets a world record high jump by Valeri Brumel as the U.S. men defeat the Soviet Union for the fourth time

July 30, 1962 | Alfred Wright

July 30, 1962 | Carleton Mitchell
There were some spectacular triumphs—and snafus—in the first round of tests to pick a defender for the America's Cup, but the subtle moves that add up to a selection were noticed only by nine...

July 30, 1962
CROUCHING PERILOUSLY CLOSE TO THE BATTER, THE THIRD BASEMAN MUST COPE WITH A VARIETY OF TOUGH CHANCES-SWINGING BUNTS (SEE COVER), FOUL POPS NEAR THE DUGOUT, SMASHES TO BOTH SIDES. BUT THE TOUGHEST...

July 30, 1962
Summer camps, once synonymous with dutiful, regimented "play," have blossomed as specialized resorts where children can develop abilities while having a wonderful time.

July 30, 1962 | Gerald Astor

July 30, 1962 | Fred R. Smith
For the best look at 12-meter racing—and the historic town where it is happening—go during the August trials, when you can still get a bed

July 30, 1962 | William Leggett
With a big win in the Yonkers Futurity, an old man and a young trotter move boldly to the front in the race for trotting's Triple Crown

July 30, 1962 | Jack Nicklaus
A thorough knowledge of golf rules can be of great help to you, because there are times when a regulation that seems to restrict the player actually aids him. An example is Paragraph 22-2c of The...

July 30, 1962 | Charles Goren
A few years ago the team-of-four event was the big noise of each of the national bridge tournaments. The team championship is still the most important, but it is no longer restricted to a team "of...

July 30, 1962 | John O'Reilly
Down at Cape Canaveral small birds with feathers get almost as much attention as the moon rockets

July 30, 1962 | Gerald Holland

July 30, 1962
BOATING—FALCON II, a 45-foot sloop belonging to 76-year-old Detroit industrialist and former Olympic pole vaulter ('08), Clare Jacobs, beat a 104-boat fleet in the 235-mile Port Huron to Mackinac...

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36—Roy DeCarava42—Tony Triolo55—Bob Peterson, A.P:, Morris Rosenfeld, Elson-Alexandre, Mike Smith-Miami Herald, Tom Varley

July 30, 1962
Richard Folkins, at 45 a stripling in the vintage world of lawn bowling, skipped his Los Angeles team to victory in the triples and rinks (four-man bowls) in Seattle during the sport's first world...

July 30, 1962 | Frank Deford
AMERICAN LEAGUE No longer with us anymore, sports fans, is the Great American League Pennant Race of 1962. Last week New York stopped losing and started the wildest runaway in the league since,...

July 30, 1962
SUBSTANDARD LARDSirs:President John F. Kennedy's article (The Vigor We Need, July 16) gives to the public a sound, fundamental program for development of good, rugged individuals of all ages.DAVID...

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MENDER OF IMMORTALS

July 30, 1962
•Archie Moore, on a possible Patterson-Liston rematch: "Somebody is going to get humiliated so bad the public won't stand for another fight."

July 30, 1962 | Nancy Pierce
? Who is credit eel with inventing the modern game of lawn tennis?

July 30, 1962 | Wally Pipp
It began in a New York City jail and ended with no hits in a crucial baseball game