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It Went All the Way!
And so did Pittsburgh's Pirates when Bill Mazeroski swung his bat and hit the ball over Forbes Field's distant left field wall. Yankee hopes were dead, the seventh game was over and the Pirates had won their first World Series in 35 years.
Behind the Phillies' late-season drive to make the first division is the quietly dramatic story of a.
A STAR-SPANGLED SYMPHONY
A certain anthem became No. 1 on the hit parade as U.S. athletes ran away with handfuls of early medals.
THE SA-FRA-SEEKO KID
Mays is all right, Jones and McCovey, too, but in San Francisco they love Orlando Cepeda best. When he walks on the field—watch out, amigo!
THE FIELD NARROWS
400 collegians scrambled through the NCAA meet and over 100 qualified for next week's Olympic trials as the field narrows.
SUPERMAN IN SPIKES
Theirs is the will to win which ultimately dominates. They may or may not play for money, medals or records. Victory is the supreme goal, and its dedicated quest ...
SEVEN BOLD BUCS
VERNON LAW. Oneof 10 children from an Idaho family, "Deacon" Law was recommended toPirate Stockholder Bing Crosby by the late Senator Herman Welker.
1960 SCOUTING REPORTS
A survey and analysis of the 16 major league clubs, with reports on stars, scrubs and promising rookies and an appraisal of each team's chances.