July 30, 1962
July 30, 1962

Table of Contents
July 30, 1962

U.S. Success
Palmer's PGA
  • In the last days of his career, Randy Sandy, a boxer for 13 years, epitomizes the plight of the better-than-average fighter. His history is a bittersweet description of a once flourishing profession that is now declining in practitioners and rewards

Harness Racing
Minnesota Fans
  • Rollie Reynen of Devils Lake, N.Dak. sings loud and clear as he helps to keep the party lively on the special railroad car taking a delegation 400 miles to the ball game. Fans came by train, bus, car and plane from all over the Northwest and parts of Canada to see the hot Minnesota Twins take on Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle and the rest of the hated New York Yankees

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


10 Whirling Success for the U.S.
There were record crowds, record results and thinking galore as the U.S. men beat Russia in a dual track meet

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16 The Trouble with Leading an Army
Gary Player won the 44th PGA, but Arnold Palmer and his army made the big news

22 Trials of the Tall Sloops
The America's Cup candidates put on a spectacular show, but the judges paid more attention to the subtleties

26 Danger at the Corner
The dazzling acrobatics that are a regular occurrence at third base are shown in eight pages of color photographs

35 The Everyman of Boxing
Middleweight Randy Sandy epitomizes the predicament of the average fighter in a sport now ruled by chaos

38 A Guide to Newport
The old society town is having one of its periodic revivals, thanks to the America's Cup competition

48 Aboard That Minnesota Cannonball
Gerald Holland takes a wild train ride with the boys from Devils Lake, N. Dak. to see the Twins play the Yankees

The departments

7 Scorecard
38 Travel
42 Harness Racing
44 Golf
45 Bridge
46 Nature
55 For the Record
56 Baseball's Week
58 19th Hole

Acknowledgments on page 55

Cover photograph by Neil Leifer


Next week

Summer camps, once synonymous with dutiful, regimented "play," have blossomed as specialized resorts where children can develop abilities while having a wonderful time.

Golf for seniors is not the same as for younger players. Paul Runyan, the PGA and world senior champion, tells men over 50 how to lower their scores and increase their fun.

Nat Fleisher is an agronomist, author, editor, bibliographer and general gadfly, but most of all he is, in the jargon of the trade, "Mr. Boxing, himself." Gilbert Rogin reports.