And so did Pittsburgh's Pirates when Bill Mazeroski swung his bat and hit the ball over Forbes Field's distant left field wall. Yankee hopes were dead, the seventh game was over and the Pirates had won their first World Series in 35 years.
The complexities of modern football are such that a coach, to win consistently, must be at once imaginative and superbly organized. Two of the best planners are Frank Broyles of Arkansas and Darrell Royal of Texas, whose teams met Saturday in one of the season's most thrilling games. One Sports Illustrated reporter, Morton Sharnik, and another, Jimmy Banks, stayed with Broyles and Royal, respectively, all last week. Here is their diary of the secret days preceding the game and, finally, the story of how the coaches' strategies worked