Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox
Pat On The Back
PAT ON THE BACK
Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned tallest headlines
Table of Contents
Soundtrack
Spectacle
"I WANT HIM AGAIN"
Ringside color pictures by Mark Kauffman are the best argument for the rematch between Charles and Marciano
The Wonderful World Of Sport
BRITAIN'S FIRST SPORTSMAN
The Duke of Edinburgh, an all-round athlete, leads the British Empire in sports and earns new title
Weidman's Burden
New Golden Age
THE GOLDEN AGE IS NOW
For world-wide interest, for widespread participation, for shattered records, for thrilling triumphs of the human spirit, this is the greatest sports era in history
Western Trout
THE BEST VACATION TROUT FISHING
There is a notion among eastern fly fishermen that river trout of the West are too easy to catch for true sport. "Fat, dumb and happy," they snort. Nevertheless, the best fly fishing in America is in progress right now in a magic 100-mile circle of the Yellowstone National Park area. There, in lovely rivers like the Snake (above), feeding trout may dimple the water like rain, but an eastern expert must bring his skill along to catch them
THE EAGER BEAVERS
The busy engineers are back at work, flooding fairways and remote mountain glens all over the country. Most people are glad about it
Under 21
THE BIG BOOM
An Australian bumarin—better known as boomerang—can outfly a Mickey Mantle home run. But unlike a baseball, this sickle-shaped piece of wood will twirl right back to you
Health
POISON IVY
Hikers and golfers are among its many victims and the blistering itch can be cured only by time
Baseball
Golf
A Place To Be
Horse Racing
Sport In Art
Football
Column Of The Week
COLUMN OF THE WEEK
Sports Editor Gordon Cobbledick considers the beanball and decides it is here to stay—unless some means is found to outlaw wildness high and inside while sanctioning it low and outside
Fisherman's Calendar
Coming Events
Sporting Look
NEW HERALDRY
Sports car racing teams dress the part for a reason
Boxing
You Should Know
Tennis
TRABERT'S TROUBLE
He's had plenty this season and it's nobody's fault but his own
Yesterday
THE BELLE OF THE SEVENTIES
America's most beloved horse was a lady named Goldsmith Maid who raced for 13 years, set world records for the mile and gained a popularity that has yet to be excelled
Last Laugh
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