12 Girls on the Go
In the air, in the water and on land, American women took over the sports scene last week
This is an article from the July 25, 1960 issue
16 Baseball's Only Big League
The National League proved in both All-Star Games that it is in a class by itself
18 The Secret of Bermuda
Carleton Mitchell, three-time Bermuda Race winner, reveals the key factor in his success
24 The Yorkshire Cannon
England's Freddie Trueman demonstrates that cricket is hardly a game for languid toffs
30 The Delicate Miss Trish
California's Trish Galvin last week swept to the top in riding's classic dressage event
34 Sun on Sails and Sea
Artist Henry Koehler paints the composite beauty of boats and sea at a summer regatta
40 Barber with a Razor Edge
Golf's Jerry Barber is a combative little man who has begun to beat the best at age 44
47 Teach Your Child to Swim—III
Coach Matt Mann and Artist Ed Vebell show how to teach the old and valuable breaststroke
62 The Land of Silence
Where Minnesota and Ontario touch, an international wilderness beckons the traveler
7 Coming Events
51 Horse Racing
56 Harness Racing
60 Charles Goren
69 For the Record
70 Baseball's Week
71 19th Hole
72 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 69
Cover: Pacific regatta
In a portfolio of paintings, Sailor-Artist Henry Koehler presents the spectrum of colors that the sun splashed on the sea and sails in the annual Southern California Regatta.
•In the hard fight at the Olympic trials at Toledo, Ohio next week, butterfly swimmer Mike Troy seems a certainty to make the team and win a Rome gold medal.
•From Akron, Ohio's Firestone Country Club, Alfred Wright reports on the 1960 PGA golf championship and Arnold Palmer's dramatic bid for his first American slam.
•Robert Graves, historian, novelist, poet, conjures up a gaudy day at the games of ancient Rome, where a Greek philosopher endures sights never dreamed of in Olympia.