12 The Best Team You Ever Saw
Baltimore's Colts won their second world championship to rank as football's finest
This is an article from the Jan. 4, 1960 issue
16 Two Who Love a Good Fight
A 72-year-old boxing promoter and a 21-year-old hockey player battle for the best in their sports
18 Sportsman of 1959
Presenting, the Man and a Plan for boxing which he endorses, along with a troop of runners-up
37 Stalemate in the African Bush
Sportsman James Van Alen sweats out a decisive moment with an angry bull elephant
42 South to Antigua
A life of lazy isolation, as lived at the Mill Reef Club in the remote and sunny Leeward Islands
51 Willy Schaeffler's Ski Tip
First of a winter-long series of inside tips to skiers by the great expert on the shortswing
54 A Bore Watchers' Guide
Stephen Birmingham tells us how to spot and how to avoid the wild sporting bore
10 Basketball's Week
11 Coming Events
34 Wonderful World
39 Events & Discoveries
48 Charles Goren
49 Motor Sports
51 Ski Tip
60 19th Hole
62 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 9
Cover: Ingemar Johansson
Crowned heavyweight champion on a night in June, this remarkably poised young Swede makes an ideal Sportsman of the Year. For his hopes for 1960 boxing see page 18.
Photograph by John G. Zimmerman
•Jerry Lucas, Ohio State's superlative 6-foot-8-inch sophomore center, is only one of an outstanding crop of new college basketball stars to be introduced by Jerry Tax.
•The boot, an ancient instrument of torture, is still used to injure or hide injuries on the feet of the Tennessee walking horse. Should this division be dropped from shows?
•Carleton Mitchell takes a cruise on Cruzan time among the Virgin Islands. Cruzan time means slow down, forget the clock, take it easy, enjoy the sun and the long drink.