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THE OLD WORLD'S NEW HEARTTHROB

July 20, 1959
July 20, 1959

Table of Contents
July 20, 1959

Cover
Coming Events
Prediction
  • Scoring at the meet (5,3,2,1) helps the weaker team, since the entrant finishing fourth and last is automatically credited with a possibly undeserved point. But this will not prevent victory for either our men or the Russian women. Here, says Tex Maule, is the probable order of finish in each of the 32 events

Boating
Food
Boxing
Horse Racing
Harness Racing
Horse Show
Golf
Golden Gate
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

THE OLD WORLD'S NEW HEARTTHROB

When Ingemar Johansson, who proved that right is might, returned to Sweden to the triumphant strains of Ingemar, O, Ingemar, he began mixing business with pleasure, as is his wont, to the equal enchantment of the acclaiming throngs, particularly the gals. The business was a barnstorming tour (above); the pleasure included a sedate polka (right) with TV Star Karin Sohlman at Goteborg art museum. Ingo holds Norwegian flag given him by Norwegian band, which joined general Scandinavian adulation.

This is an article from the July 20, 1959 issue Original Layout

ADORING FACES AT OSTHAMMAR PROVE THAT WORLD-BEATER INGO, SPARRING HERE, IS A CHAMPION AT MORE THAN FISTICUFFS

PHOTOMARK KAUFFMAN—LIFEPHOTO