April 18, 1960
April 18, 1960

Table of Contents
April 18, 1960

Marcel Cerdan
Mink And Men
Carin Cone
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


12 Fabulous Masters
From the thrilling climax at Augusta Arnold Palmer emerged an authentic hero

This is an article from the April 18, 1960 issue Original Layout

16 Salute to a Ghost
Marcel Cerdan Jr. begins his boxing career haunted by the memory of his famous father

20 A New Moscow Revolution
Soviet reaction to Mischa Tal's inspired chess (and Botvinnik's science) proved revealing

24 Find the Fish
Argungu sportsmen learn what every angler knows: opening day brings out a crowd

26 The Impolite Koala
A curious guest drops in from a eucalyptus tree but doesn't stay for dinner

28 Of Mink and Men
Martin Kane writes of Boxer Gene Fullmer, his manager, his mink farm and his prospects

34 A Gem of a Gin Champion
An unexpected jeweler wins the international gin rummy tournament at Las Vegas

49 Blue Eyes on a Gold Medal
Carin Cone looks toward an Olympic award that has eluded U.S. swimmers for 28 years

54 Spectacle: Mississippi Riviera
The Mississippi Gulf Coast is aflame with spring and diversions for the knowing visitor

78 Part I: The Haunted Major
Golf's greatest classic brings Major Jacky Gore to the tee to fight for love—and money

The departments

6 Scoreboard
8 Coming Events
10 Editorial
59 Track
62 Basketball
64 Trotting
67 Baseball
71 Tip from the Top
74 Charles Goren
76 Food
88 For the Record
89 19th Hole
92 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 88

Cover: Carin Cone

Blonde, brainy Carin Cone has everything—except an Olympic swimming championship. Turn to page 49 for the story of her plans to win a medal this summer at Rome.

Painting by Aaron Shikler


Next week

•Suddenly the 16-pound shot seems light as a feather: four men have broken the former shotput world record. Tex Maule tells how Dallas Long and other musclemen do it.

•Baseball's opening day in San Francisco will be something special this year. Bob Boyle reports on the team, the city's enthusiastic fans, and brand-new Candlestick Park.

•A six-page photo essay by Brian Seed captures the rare, exuberant quality of one of England's classic sporting events, the famed Waterloo Cup for coursing greyhounds.