February 15, 1960 | Jimmy Jemail
ANDY HEBENTONNew York RangersThe roughest I've played against is Leo Boivin of the Bruins. He throws the hardest body checks in hockey. A lot of players on other teams feel the same way I do about him. If he manages...
March 07, 1960 | Jimmy Jemail
TERRY SAWCHUKDetroit Red WingsGoalieGordie Howe. I've watched him operate both as an opposing player and as a teammate. During my seasons in Boston, Gordie gave me the most trouble of any player. Even now I'm still...
June 13, 1960
BICYCLE RACING—MICHAEL HILTNER, 19-year-old Californian, pedaled 50 miles in 2:00.30.7 for U.S. record, Tour of Somerville (N.J.).
August 22, 1960
BASKETBALL—WILT CHAMBERLAIN, enticed from a five-month retirement with a three-year contract that guarantees he will remain the highest-paid athlete in sports, rejoined the Philadelphia Warriors. As a rookie,...
November 28, 1960
Eric Kagna of Vancouver, B.C., 12-year-old son of bowling-alley owner, who took up five-pins at age 8, led his seventh-grade Strikers to victory by rolling 10 straight strikes for perfect 480 (206 points above his...