Even though the Series was over and done, it was Yankee vs. Red vs. the rest of the National and American leagues once again at the Baseball-Celebrity Golf Tournament in Palm Desert, Calif. last week. As these pictures show, the Bronx Bombers' Mickey Mantle was right in there slugging. But, what with a sand trap here, a patch of rough there and a stretch of downright jungle elsewhere, Mick didn't do so well. His 256 for 54 holes (77,97,82) was well behind the 241 carded by the Cincinnati Reds' Manager Fred Hutchinson and an even more discouraging 32 strokes behind the winner: Coach Peanuts Lowrey of the Philadelphia Phillies (sic).
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Oct. 30, 1961
National Hockey League games through December 23
Two shrewd new coaches from the college ranks will help their teams, and rookies will aid others, but the likely winners are still the Celtics and the Hawks. With depth, plus Bill Russell and Bob Cousy, Boston should win a close eastern race, while big, brawling St. Louis faces less trouble in the West
The French Line is about to decommission the luxury liner 'Liberté,' a great but ancient lady of the sea. The author of this story is a practical man—he accepts automobiles and airplanes—but he also is a sentimentalist who insists that passenger ships represent the last truly civilized method of travel. Here he bids farewell to his favorite vessel and recalls her many charms
How not to worry