6—Robert McLaughlin-Emporia Gazette, Central Press, A.P.
7—Mark Kauffman, I.N.P.
9—E. Martin Jessee, I.N.P.
20, 21—I.N.P., Richard Meek (2), Hy Peskin
22, 23—A.P., Richard Meek (3)
33, 34—drawings by Ajay
37—Earl Seubert-Minneapolis Tribune
38—Richard Kline-Des Moines Register & Tribune (2), U.P., A.P.
39—U.P., Larry Sharkey-Los Angeles Times
40—Lonnie Wilson-Oakland Tribune from Gilloon
51—U.P., N.Y. Daily News
56, 58—Richard Meek
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SPIKED SHOES ON MILWAUKEE'S WELCOME MAT, BASEBALL ON COLOR TV, HOW TO MISUNDERSTAND SUGAR RAY, FOOTBALL GETS THE QUEEN FOR A DAY, IN 1960, ROME
- SPLIT FANS 37
While the football fans above were going wild over this 72-yard run by Minnesota's Dick Larson (15) as his team beat Purdue 21-17, others divided their concentration between football and the World Series in Milwaukee—as told below
- HENRY ABELS 88