Jan. 16, 1961
Jan. 16, 1961

Table of Contents
Jan. 16, 1961

Ted Hood
  • By William F. Talbert

    Tennis Editor Bill Talbert last week returned from Sydney, where he saw the Davis Cup Challenge Round between Australia and Italy. Here are the conclusions he has drawn from that fiasco:

Track And Field
Pro Football
  • Too many ambitious yachtsmen are frightened away from ocean cruising by a lubberly supposition: that those who go down to the sea in small ships must also go down to meals composed exclusively of hardtack or stale sandwiches. Not so. Carleton Mitchell, skipper of the cruising yawl "Finisterre," three times winner of the Newport-Bermuda Race and a man with a discriminating palate, herewith suggests the proper way to stock a well-found ship's galley before putting to sea

College Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


14 Clobbered for Culture
American hockey makes more friends than goals when it takes on the Russians

This is an article from the Jan. 16, 1961 issue Original Layout

18 Carmen Descending
As Carmen Basilio nears the end of his career, he tries once again to regain center stage

20 Where the Swimmers Go
Pretty girls and handsome boys, who are also topflight swimmers, gather at Fort Lauderdale

26 Savers vs. Spoilers
Coles Phinizy reports from Alaska on the battle to preserve the land and the game

32 Basketball's Bruising Ballet
Six pages of color photographs capture the rugged grace of pros in action

44 Living High on the High Seas
Advice from one who knows about what to put in the galley before weighing anchor

50 The Invisible Champion
A rare and memorable portrait delineates the true form and substance of Floyd Patterson

The departments

8 Scorecard
11 Coming Events
40 Tennis
42 Track and Field
43 Pro Football
44 Food
46 College Basketball
49 Charles Goren
59 Basketball's Week
62 For the Record
63 19th Hole
66 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 62

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman


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