June 19, 1961
June 19, 1961

Table of Contents
June 19, 1961

The Warpath
Archie Moore
Earl Young
U.S. Rowing
Horse Shows
On The Road
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


10 An Old Chiefon the Warpath
Jimmie Dykes, hoping for his first pennant in 20 years as a manager, hasCleveland battling for the lead

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14 An Eveningwith Archie Moore
It was a routine victory, but the old, old fighter gave it a certainunforgettable class

18 Good Scalp, NoHit
Actor Chuck Connors, dressed like Geronimo, throws an Indian slider past acowboy

20 Navigation byBraille
Blind youngsters direct sports car drivers by reading instructions printed inbraille

22 Grim and BearIt
Weight lifting has invaded high schools. It looks tough, but the kids seem tolove it

25 Fast Christianfrom Abilene
Earl Young, Abilene Christian's brilliant quarter-miler, may become one of thefinest runners of all time

A Week forRowing

36 A look at thecrews that meet in the IRA regatta
37 Color photographs of Harvard vs. Yale
42 Flame on the River—an appreciation by Oliver La Farge

46 FamilyCampground on Wheels
Compact, fast-moving "caravans" combine the convenience of indoorliving with the fun of camping outdoors

56 The Wild Rideof Cynthia Haydon
Highlight of the Devon Horse Show was an English lady's handling of fourfractious hackneys in a storm

60 On the Roadwith the Girls
Pro women golfers tour 10 months of the year. By Barbara Heilman: an outsider'sview of the golfing life


4 Scorecard
52 Baseball
56 Horse Shows
59 Charles Goren
71 For the Record
72 Baseball's Week
74 19th Hole
76 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgmentson page 71

Cover photographby Art Shay

Next week

Arnold Palmer is favored, but Sam Snead or a dozenothers could win the U.S. Open. From Oakland Hills near Detroit a report byAlfred Wright on the year's biggest tournament.

Americans are mollycoddles, says Australian miler HerbElliott. We drink too much, we don't exercise and our women are vain anddomineering. Some readers may disagree.

As midseason approaches in another typically tightNational League pennant race, Tex Maule analyzes the factors that should bedecisive and bravely makes his choice of a winner.