High Game

Oct. 03, 1960
Oct. 03, 1960

Table of Contents
Oct. 3, 1960

World Series
Surf Fishing
  • Neither rain nor sleet nor dark threats from his wife can stay the dogged surf fisherman from the slow completion of his appointed—and often fruitless—rounds. Buffeted by the waves, perplexed by the weather, baffled by the fish, he plods nightly to the sea, full of hope and neuroses

College Football
  • By Robert Boyle

    Northwestern's experienced backs and green line led the Big Ten back to the top, a Texas halfback straightened out and Lehigh's engineers turned the pressure on Delaware

Pro Football
Harness Racing
Baseball Music
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

High Game

The day's bag dangling from his helicopter. King Hussein (right, in cockpit) whirls triumphantly back from a royal hunt in the southern reaches of Jordan. A highly practical sportsman, Hussein shot the gazelles from the air with a fully automatic military rifle. Later, he had them for lunch.

This is an article from the Oct. 3, 1960 issue Original Layout

Pool of Pride
If a swimming pool represents status, as some believe, San Francisco need dip its head to no other city. Big enough to float a fleet of small boats, its Fleishhacker Pool, 1,000 feet long and 100 feet wide at its narrowest part, is certainly the world's largest. Alas, the pool lies in San Francisco's chilling fog belt, hence attendance is apt to be slim. But officials insist the pool is a public service well worth the $40,000 the city loses on it each year.