All times are E.D.T.
This is an article from the June 26, 1961 issue
[Color television]Color television[Television]Television[Network radio]Network radio
Friday, June 23
Newport-Marblehead ocean race (start), Newport, R. I.
[Network radio]All-America Bowl game, Buffalo, 9 p.m. (Mutual).
H.T.A. Final pace, $50,000, Westbury, N.Y.
Georgetown Steeplechase, $10,000, Delaware Park, Del.
SCCA Golden Rod natl. rally, Lincoln, Neb. (through June 25).
Saturday, June 24
[Television]Los Angeles Dodgers at Cincinnati, 2:25 p.m. (CBS).
[Television]San Francisco at St. Louis, 2:30 p.m. (NBC).
Detroit Memorial, unlimited hydros, Detroit (also June 25).
[Television]Bahama vs. Gonzalez, middles, 10 rds., Mad. Sq. Garden. N.Y., 10 p.m. (ABC).
American-National Maturity trot, $65,000, Cicero, Ill.
Cinema Handicap, $50,000, Hollywood Park, Calif.
[Television]Coaching Club American Oaks, $100,000, Belmont Park, N.Y. (Sports Network regional TV).*
Laurance Armour Memorial, $30,000, Arlington Park. Ill.
The Player's "200," $10,000, Mosport Park, Ont.
Sheriff's Rodeo, $12,500, Los Angeles.
San Leandro Relays, San Leandro, Calif, (also June 25).
TRACK & FIELD
[Television]AAU Men's Champs., first day, New York (ABC).*
Sunday, June 25
[Television]Detroit at Cleveland. 1:25 p.m. (CBS).
[Television]San Francisco at St. Louis, 2 p.m. (NBC).
Tour de France. Rouen, France (through July 16).
10-mile Natl. Championship Dirt Track Race (motorcycles), Columbus, Ohio.
Ireland vs. Israel, New York.
TRACK & FIELD
AAU Men's Champs., final day. New York.
Masters Invitational Tournament, Callaway Gardens, Ga.
Monday, June 26
Clay vs. Sabedong, heavies, 10 rds., Las Vegas, Nev.
Wimbledon Championships, Wimbledon, England (through July 8).
Tuesday, June 27
Kingpetch vs. Seki, flyweight title bout, 15 rds., Tokyo, Japan.
Wednesday, June 28
Massachusetts Handicap, $50,000, Suffolk Downs, Mass.
Thursday, June 29
Buick Open, $50,000, Grand Blanc, Mich. (through July 2).
[Television]"Golfing Battle of the Sexes," Summer Sports Spectacular, 7:30 p.m. (CBS).
USGA Women's Open, Springfield, N.J. (through July 1).
* See local listing