Booktalk
Roulette
Russo-Manchurian Roulette
Here, in almost his own words, Engelbrecht, a free-lance German spy, recounts an Asian hunting experience
Olympic Drama
AT OLYMPIC: A SUMMIT OF DRAMA
Playing at his swashbuckling best, Arnold Palmer had the U.S. Open all but tucked away—twice. Then disaster struck—twice—and cool Bill Casper swept up the pieces in a topsy-turvy playoff round
A GLORIOUS FESTIVAL OF FORDS
By sweeping the first three places the sumptuously financed Americans ended Ferrari's long domination of Europe's foremost automobile race, but true to Le Mans tradition there was a brouhaha at the finish
The War
THE WAR BETWEEN TWO STATES
Basketball is an all-season sport in Kentucky and Indiana, where high school All-Stars meet each June in two games that draw huge crowds. This year's first meeting produced a whopper of an upset
The Mets
A TEAM THAT CAN MAKE A MAN CRY
Manager Wes Westrum knows that his Mets try—oh, how they try—but their frustrating blend of promise (right) and ineptitude, on the bases and off, sometimes moves him close to tears
Bluefish
People
Baseball
And there were the Dodgers in third place
Maury Wills was quoting Carlyle, and another classicist named Koufax was adding to his own reputation. The Dodgers had a long way to go, but they beat the Giants twice and still had their eyes on the pennant
Sporting Look
Track & Field
Sad music from a Stradivarius
Record sprinter Tommie Smith proved too delicate an instrument for the hard task he and his coach set for him in the NCAA championships
Rowing
For The Record
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)