14 Baltimore's Bubble Bursts
The Yankees finished off the Orioles in their head-on battle for the pennant. A report by Roy Terrell
This is an article from the Sept. 26, 1960 issue
23 High-level Strategy
Oregon State Coach Tommy Prothro called the plays from the press box and saw his team upset USC
28 Young Men on a Spree
Some of the best golfers at the National Amateur were in their teens or barely older
30 A Brave Challenge Fails
Donald Campbell swerved out of his lane and wrecked his chances for a new speed record
35 The Ultimate Hazard
Rex Lardner tells why he thinks women should "stay the hell off the golf course"
National Football League Preview
44 Fancy football will be in fashion
53 Fullback Jim Brown reveals his secrets
58 Scouting Reports on all the teams
78 Thoroughbred of Desserts
Parisian Hostess and Turfwoman Suzy Volterra enters a winner in the luncheon stakes
80 Old Pals in a Cold Wind
An autopsy on the San Francisco Giants explains the death of a dream
66 College Football
76 Charles Goren
90 For the Record
92 Baseball's Week
93 19th Hole
96 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 90
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S baseball staff previews the 1960 World Series: is the National League definitely superior? Could this be the shortest Series since the 1954 sweep?
After a long series of night watches and dawn patrols at the edge of the ocean, Jack Olsen submits a report on the mysterious and masochistic ritual known as surf fishing.
Bob Schloredt, Washington's multitalented quarterback, is as good as he is modest. His sure arm and the Huskies' powerhouse line help make Coach Jim Owens a winner.