18 U.S. Open: Challenge of the '60s
A wealth of old and new talent gives promise of rich years ahead for golf's top event
22 New Scalping For Old Army
A cocky crew of Navy lacrosse players invaded West Point and slaughtered the Cadets
24 The Dalton Gang Rides Again
A trio of carefree Phillies has high old times, but one of them was fined $1,200 last week
26 Ferrari Flame-out
A shocking fire and a quick-witted rescue highlighted the race at Germany's N√ºrburgring
June 12, 1960
32 Rub-a-dub to America
Six tiny tubs are heading off on a race from England—the rules say only one man to a tub
41 A New Lead to Superdogs
Some radical ideas from a California kennel can make your next pup the best you ever owned
53 Manuel Is Their Darling
Racing fans have a new hero in Manuel Ycaza, the daredevil jockey from Panama
60 Spectacle: A Go at Laconia
The excitement—and mud—of motorcycle racing, in color
83 Sprague Meets the Masters
Herbert Warren Wind's semifictional story of a young pro concludes triumphantly
14 Coming Events
66 Horse Racing
74 Horse Show
95 Baseball's Week
96 For the Record
97 19th Hole
100 Pat on the Back
Cover: Golf's Young Lions
At next week's U.S. Open in Denver these stars of today-Palmer, Venturi and Finsterwald—will be facing a strong challenge from some heroes of the last decade (see page 18).
Photograph by Richard Meek
Acknowledgments on page 96
•In a preview of the heavyweight championship fight Martin Kane picks the winner, and Robert Riger's drawings illustrate the problems Floyd Patterson must solve.
•A six-page picture essay captures the arduous adventure of a month at an Outward Bound school in England, where self-confidence is learned through daring feats.
•A young husband-and-wife scientific team presents the first closeup photographs taken of gorillas in the wild, and John O'Reilly tells the story of how the pictures were made.