18 'Plots, Schemes, Sabotage'
Boxing Promoter Bill Rosensohn exposes the devious path an entrepreneur treads today
This is an article from the Aug. 10, 1959 issue
24 Ride in a Rocking Chair
France's Jean Riaud exhibits coolness in the clutch to win the International Trot
26 Spectacle: Plasma for Polo
Marvin E. Newman's camera records some high-speed polo in color at Chicago's Oak Brook Club
37 It Was Bound to Come
Baseball's third major league was proclaimed last week, with a play-ball date in 1961
42 Drama at Minneapolis
Bob Rosburg wins the PGA title with an amazing closing round in some wicked weather
44 Paradise for the $2 Bettor
The architect explains the theory of his new Caracas racetrack, modeled in color
47 Two for the Pennant
Chicago's championship hopes rest on a pair of slick little in fielders. By Les Woodcock
66 Private Life of a Passer
No. 1 Draft Choice Lee Grosscup discloses his thoughts and dreams in letters to a friend
14 Baseball's Week
16 Coming Events
31 Events & Discoveries
38 Wonderful World
55 Horse Racing
60 Charles Goren
63 Horse Show
64 Tip from the Top
77 19th Hole
80 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 12
Cover: Fox and Aparicio
Double plays win pennants, so baseball men say, and the best double-play makers in all baseball today are Nelson Fox and Luis Aparicio of the Chicago White Sox. See page 47.
Photograph by John G. Zimmerman
•Pretty Anne Quast will be defending her amateur golf title, so Joan Flynn Dreyspool explains how the lady golfers think. Also, a gallery of some of the better women players.
•When Antonio Ordó√±ez was gored last May, he convalesced with his friends, the Ernest Hemingways. The story of this fortnight "at home" is told by Mary Hemingway.
•Who and what is Leland Stanford MacPhail? There are a hundred-odd answers, and Gerald Holland explores them all in a remarkable word portrait. The first of three parts.