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Over and In—the River

Aug. 07, 1961
Aug. 07, 1961

Table of Contents
Aug. 7, 1961

Cover
Table of Contents
Kids And Kubs
Tragic Climb
Saratoga
  • This is the traditional boast of the pleasant upstate New York community whose magnificent racecourse holds its annual meeting in August, when New York City's tracks are closed. Here, horse and rider gallop through a workout in early-morning haze.

Herb Score
Boating
Horse Shows
Fishing
Chess Champion
Baseball's Week
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

Over and In—the River

Radiomen, who never use it, claim that it means nothing at all. But to most teen-agers of the electronic age the only way to conclude anything is with the phrase "over and out." These two contestants in the annual world canoeing championships in East Germany are probably not teen-agers, but there is no question that for them this canoe race, at least, is concluded. Over and out.

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PHOTOROBERT LACKENBACH