Search

FEUD IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE

Aug. 14, 1961
Aug. 14, 1961

Table of Contents
Aug. 14, 1961

Murray Rose
Shooting
Motor Sports
Pro Football
Baseball's Week
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

FEUD IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE

As the race comes down to the Cincinnati Reds and the Los Angeles Dodgers, Manager Hutchinson (opposite) glowers more fiercely than ever and Manager Alston maintains a tight-lipped hostility. Bitterness between the teams is not a pose, Cincy Pitcher Jim Brosnan reveals on the next two pages. Brosnan, author of 'The Long Season,' widely hailed by critics, describes his teammates' resentment of Dodger slurs and what they call LA's 'dirty play.' On page 16 'Los Angeles Times' Columnist James Murray explains in a humorous (sob!) vein why the Dodgers haven't already run away with the pennant

This is an article from the Aug. 14, 1961 issue

TWO PHOTOS