September 18, 1960

College Leaders
COLLEGE LEADERS
The elected captains of the major football teams in the East and South for this year
Yesterday
Olympic Bridesmaid
Ralph Metcalfe, best sprinter of the early '30s, won everything but the race that really counted
Coming Events
Editorials
Olympics
Young Birds
LOW POINT FOR TENNIS
The nonamateurs at Forest Hills prove that it is becoming increasingly difficult to put on their championships without champions
College Football 1960
A WIDE OPEN SEASON
It's the same game, but a brilliant corps of quarterbacks should produce lots of touchdowns and lots of fun for fans
The East
Things have changed in the once underprivileged East, where muscles have grown bigger and the TV cameras are focused on the running quarterback
The South
Not since the Confederacy has the South had so many generals, and their battle plans will include an aerial barrage to go with the usual tight defense
The Midwest
The Big Ten lacks stars or supporting players, but recruiters have done their prompting well in the neighboring Big Eight and Mid-American Conferences
The Southwest
The wires are humming with big news from the Southwest. The word is that Texas football is going to be as wild on the ground as in the air this fall
The West
The offensive mechanisms have been adjusted by the coaches, the players are better than ever before and the resurgent West is ready for its finest season
Scouting Reports
Nature
Boxing
Ole Miss
Preseason Football's Week
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back
Departments