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Painful Retreat from Olympia

May 09, 1960
May 09, 1960

Table of Contents
May 9, 1960

Penny Pills
Handball
Aparicio
Boxing
Horse Racing
Gymnastics
Alaska Cruise
  • The thousand-mile passage from Seattle north to Juneau leads adventurous yachtsmen through the wilderness cruising ground of the mighty Coast Range, an area of snowcapped mountains, superb salmon rivers, vast forests and, at journey's end, the glaciers of Alaska

Baseball's Week
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Painful Retreat from Olympia

What happens to old, misguided Olympic champions? In London, Pete Rademacher, who fights like a man pushing and mauling his way through a rush-hour subway train, was knocked out in the seventh round by Brian London (left) who can't lick Ingemar Johansson's sister (says Ingo). In Charlotte, N.C., Paul Anderson, 290-pound weight lifter and professional wrestler, gave up in the third round of his first prizefight. Snorting like an asthmatic rhinoceros, Paul told the ref, "I've had it."

This is an article from the May 9, 1960 issue Original Layout

PHOTOPHOTOLEFT EYE SHUT TIGHT AS THE SLOT IN A PIGGY BANK, ANDERSON IS CONSOLED BY REFEREE AFTER HE WAS HOISTED OFF CANVAS