NFL Championship
THE GIANT STORY
The New York Giants, soaring on the marvelous passing of Y. A. Tittle to his equally marvelous receivers, ended the struggle for their third straight Eastern Division championship by beating Pittsburgh. Now the Giants face the Chicago Bears for the league championship—and the tireless Tittle arm should win again
The Bowls
NOW IT'S ALLEY FIGHTS ON THE ICE
The epic brawl between the Black Hawks and the Maple Leafs (at left) emphasizes the emergence of rough play as a new formula for hockey victory
Two Worlds
A UNION OF TWO WORLDS
THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN, EDWIN O. REISCHAUER, IS A RARE MIXTURE OF AUTHOR, DIPLOMAT, POLITICAL SCIENTIST AND ORIENTAL SCHOLAR. HERE HE COMMENTS ON THE DIVERSE INFLUENCES IN EASTERN AND WESTERN SPORT THAT WILL COALESCE EARLY NEXT FALL WHEN THE OLYMPIC GAMES GET UNDER WAY IN TOKYO
Statesmen
The Cobra And C. K. Yang
Half A World Away
HALF A WORLD HALF A DAY AWAY
OF ALL THE VOYAGERS TO THE EAST SINCE MARCO POLO FOUND THE WAY, NONE HAS HAD GREATER IMPACT THAN THE AMERICAN TOURIST. HERE BEGINS A SPORTSMAN-TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO THE STRANGE AND FAMILIAR ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE PACIFIC
People
Tennis
College Basketball
Bridge
For The Record
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments