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A Mippy Time
Sandy's Pitch
SANDY MAKES A PITCH FOR POSTERITY
Protected from further arm trouble by doctors, masseurs, pills, ointments, an ever-ready bucket of ice water and the fervent prayers of his teammates, Sandy Koufax has a good chance to win 30 games and set a new strikeout record (see chart at right) while keeping the Los Angeles Dodgers at the top of the National League pennant race
A FINAL BLAZE OF NON-SUCCESS
The once invincible Peter Snell, unable to recapture his Olympic skills, retires on a downbeat, but he goes home to New Zealand comforted and inspired by the plaudits he received even in defeat
RISE OF A NEW STAR NAMED PIA
Nearly everyone came out to cheer for Kelso (No. 1, above) including the president of his own fan club, but a colt just starting to show his class, Pia Star, ran away with the Brooklyn Handicap
SLOW SEARCH FOR ANOTHER FRICK
When baseball's owners met to consider a new commissioner, they mulled over dynamic names like McNamara and Kennedy, but what they really want is an amiable, sympathetic fellow like old Ford Frick
Powerboating
THE RICH RUSH OF A RYBO
For the man who likes luxury and fresh fish at a few thousand dollars a pound, there is nothing that floats comparable to the sport-fishermen made in Florida by John Rybovich and sons
HE DRIVES A HAIRY RACE
Seven years ago Jim Wynne grew the full beard shown at left. It changed his personality, and he in turn changed the personality of powerboating
People
Track & Field
Sporting Look
Over The Wabes
OVER THE BOUNDING WABES
On a voyage of discovery, parentwise, a skeptical landsman cruises the San Juans with his kids and finds the best part of boating is just hacking around
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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