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Tenting with Toots

Oct. 17, 1960
Oct. 17, 1960

Table of Contents
Oct. 17, 1960

World Series
  • The World Series was a battle of contrasts—between the stilettolike skills of the singles-hitting Pittsburgh Pirates and the bludgeoning home-run power of the New York Yankees. The Pirates won their games deftly, delicately, with painful little slashes and stabs. The Yankees won theirs by knocking people unconscious with large clubs

Big Ten
Rangers
Shape Of '61
College Football
Pro Football
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Tenting with Toots

The day before the first Series game in Yankee Stadium last week, the sporting world's raucous and temporarily unemployed saloonkeeper, Toots Shor, set up a tent on the site of his proposed new restaurant and invited some friends in to break the ground. Among the buddies who showed up were U.S. Chief Justice Earl Warren and some very busy ballplayers named Mantle, Berra and Ford. For Toots, who hopes to have his new place open by the spring, it was "a real happy" homecoming. "Everybody have a booze," he cried, and—naturally—the drinks were on the house.

This is an article from the Oct. 17, 1960 issue Original Layout

PHOTOWITH TOOTS, YANKEES BERRA, MANTLE AND FORD PONDER A RULING BY HEAD U.S. UMPIRE, CHIEF JUSTICE EARL WARRENPHOTOJACK DEMPSEY SHOWS JIM FARLEY HOW TO PUNCHPHOTOPHIL HARRIS SHARES A JOKE WITH GOLFER JIMMY THOMSON AND SHOR