Jan. 30, 1961
Jan. 30, 1961

Table of Contents
Jan. 30, 1961

Four Fine Days
Safe Driving
Warm And Lovely
Ten Tall Men
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


12 Four Fine Days by the Sea
The golfing pros won the money, but the amateurs had all the fun at last week's Crosby pro-am

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16 My Take-home Pay as an Amateur
A runner reveals how under-the-table payments kept him going for seven years

23 Bites for the Frostbitten
Neither fog nor frost nor snow nor lack of water can stay an angler from his appointed sport

28 Safe Driving
Beginning an important new series on the art, fun and responsibility of sane motoring

42 Warm and Lovely
That's a fair description of the new "wet suits" that make skin-diving a cold-weather pleasure

46 Chasing Rocket's Record
Frank Mahovlich of Toronto is shooting hard at the most-goals-per-season mark

52 A Trip for Ten Tall Men
The Los Angeles Lakers take an exhausting swing around pro basketball's national circuit

The departments

4 Scorecard
9 Coming Events
46 Hockey
48 Track and Field
50 Charles Goren
60 For the Record
61 Basketball's Week
63 19th Hole
64 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 60

Cover photograph by John G. Zimmerman


Next week

Seven pages of color photographs show why Santa Anita, with its sparkling turf course, flowers and spectacular backdrop, is the most beautiful racing plant in the country.

Carleton Mitchell describes a unique cruise of the Aegean, a sea rich in history and filled with lovely islands whose people today still proudly reflect the heritage of the past.

The curious, carnival atmosphere of indoor track and field, a sport that sometimes is more like a circus, illuminates a striking group of photographs by Martin Nathan.