Jan. 23, 1961
Jan. 23, 1961

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Jan. 23, 1961

Ski Machine
Kiwi And Kid
  • By Arlie W. Schardt

    A continent apart, two natural phenomena detonated the indoor track and field season. At Portland, Ore. a New Zealand Olympic winner cut 12 seconds off the indoor two-mile record, while at Boston, in another two-mile, a 17-year-old Canadian schoolboy upset a veteran field

Desert Debacle
Oldest Freshman
The Crosby
Motor Sports
College Basketball
Bobby Fischer
  • The best young chess players in the world are Americans, and the best American is 17-year-old Bobby Fischer. Most experts believe he will soon become the best player alive. A few think he is likely to be the best who ever lived. Now a four-time U.S. champion and the youngest Grand Master in history, Fischer plays a daring, sometimes wild game. With it he may break Russia's long monopoly of the chess championship of the world

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


5—sketch by Bill Charmatz
6—Piroselli, McKeesport Daily News, Tom Korologos-Solt Lake Tribune, John G. Zimmerman, A.P.
8, 9—Art Rickerby-Pix, Hy Peskin
10—Hy Peskin
11—Art Rickerby-Pix
12, 15—Phil Bath
27—Toni Frissell
35—Dan Hardesty
43—Hy Peskin
46—Ed Lacey Jr.-Indianapolis Star
48, 49—Leo Choplin
54—Richard Meek
56—Richard Meek, Tony Triolo
57—photo by Correction Officer Cecil Ramsey, courtesy Department of Correction
59—New York Times, Mort Rubin
63—Robert D. Huntzinger
64—Earl Seubert-Minneapolis Tribune

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