BASEBALL'S ANNUAL ALL-STAR GAME

The spirit of the game in words, by ROBERT CREAMER 12
The spirit of the game in pictures, by HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON 15
A detailed SCOUTING REPORT on both All-Star teams 46
The history of Busch Stadium, in a drawing by JOE KAUFMAN 48
A guide to St. Louis by the Footloose Sportsman, HORACE SUTTON 49

THE CAMPBELL IS COMING 30
The world's fastest boat driver prepares for a new record. By MORT LUND

A JOY OF DONKEYS 34
An old jackass fan, JOHN O'REILLY, contemplates his favorite animal

PART 4: THE ART OF RACE RIDING 36
EDDIE ARCARO discusses the use—and misuse—of the whip

NEW HOPE FOR HOPEFULS 50
A gallery of young tennis stars IN COLOR. WILLIAM F. TALBERT tells about them

A BOYCOTT THAT BACKFIRED 53
Speed and supremacy fall to America at Monza. By WILLIAM ROSPIGLIOSI

THE TRAGIC FOURTH 54
It was Jackie Pung's downfall. By HERBERT WARREN WIND

THE CHAMPS OF 1960 57
They were playing in the NCAA golf tournament. By JAMES MURRAY

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 4
•BASEBALL X-RAY 7
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 8
•COMING EVENTS 10
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 26
•TIP FROM THE TOP 56
•HOTBOX 61
•THE 19TH HOLE 62
•PAT ON THE BACK 64

COVER: STAN MUSIAL AND TED WILLIAMS

Photographs by John G. Zimmerman

The greatest American League All-Star, Ted Williams, and the greatest National Leaguer, Stan Musial, face off in pictures on the cover and in reality next Tuesday in the All-Star Game. For a report on baseball and a preview of the game, turn to page 12.

Acknowledgments on page 9

THREE PHOTOS

NEXT WEEK

A SUMMER GAME: WHICH ONE IS YOUR FRIEND?
PLUS: THE UNDERSEA ADVENTURES OF ED LINK

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