June 27, 1960
June 27, 1960

Table of Contents
June 27, 1960

European Events
Olympic Aim
Danny Murphy
Horse Shows
Motor Sports
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


14 The Big Fight
A six-page report, in words and photographs, on the battle for the heavyweight title

This is an article from the June 27, 1960 issue

20 Dead Aim on the Olympics
Some surprising young collegians swept to victory in the NCAA track championships

24 Destiny's New Favorite
With an explosive rush of six birdies in seven holes Arnold, Palmer came on to win the Open

28 A Foggy Frustration
Nam Sang and 134 other yachts got off on the Bermuda ocean race in the month's worst mist

32 The Signing of Danny Murphy
For $100,000, the Cubs landed the year's prize youngster

38 Spectacle: Paris Racing
Mark Kauffman's words and color camera illuminate three of Paris's beautiful tracks

44 Part I: Teach Your Child to Swim
Matt Mann shows his methods for learning the basic strokes. Illustrated by Ed Vebell

66 Me and Hutch
That wisecracking moundsman, Jim Brosnan, tells of his adventures with Cincinnati

The departments

8 Scorecard
10 Coming Events
13 Editorials
52 Horse Shows
54 Horse Racing
58 Rowing
61 Charles Goren
62 Motor Sports
77 For the Record
78 Baseball's Week
79 19th Hole
80 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 77

Cover: Glenn Davis

The collegians had their day at the NCAA track and field championships last weekend. Now they go against the veterans, like Olympic 400-meter hurdle champ Glenn Davis.

Painting by Morton Roberts


Next week

•What's behind the flaring antics of the White Sox' Bill Veeck? More than just a clown, he is one of the most purposeful and lively characters enlivening baseball today.

•Yachting Editor Carleton Mitchell, trying for his third straight Bermuda race victory in his 38-foot yawl Finisterre, gives a report on the 635-mile ocean run to the south.

•Many years ago in Australia, Archie Moore learned a secret (so he says) from the aborigines. What that secret is, and what it means to him, he reveals for the first time.