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14 Man with Fight Seeks Site
Bill Rosensohn, the intrepid boy promoter, tours the U.S. to locate his championship fight

20 Five for the Book
In a winter of world records, consider America's indoor track and field championships

31 Fitness à la Francaise
Here's word of what the French are up to on the physical fitness front

32 Big Plus for Squaw Valley
Squaw shakes down for the 1960 Winter Olympics with the North American ski championships

40 Hanging on the Morning Line
One of racing's intriguing and delicate facets gels a thorough explanation by Whitney Tower

43 Speed Week was Racy
As they christened the new Daytona Speedway, NASCAR drivers proved it as fast as advertised

50 Part II: Small Boat Sailing
Champion Skipper Bill Cox describes and Anthony Ravielli illustrates the art of going downwind

62 Yogi Berra: From Hill to Hall
A fond and intimate appreciation of the great Yankee, by Herbert Warren Wind

The departments

7 Basketball's Week
10 Scoreboard
13 Coming Events
18 Wonderful World
27 Events & Discoveries
36 Baseball
38 Track
40 Horse Racing
43 Motor Sports
46 Charles Goren
48 Food
60 Tip from the Top
70 19th Hole
72 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 10

Cover: Spring Training

Photograph by John G. Zimmerman

As Fred Haney and Casey Stengel meet again at home plate, hundreds of players warm up for the new season. For the story of one of the most colorful, turn to page 62.














Next week

•Between his columning and TV chores, Ed Sullivan analyzed four of his favorite TIPS FROM THE TOP. Next week he explains how they apply to his own problems.

•SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S quarterly seasonal fashion preview—the Sporting Look for spring—with a varied selection of the best designs, from golf traditional to dress style classics.

•The remarkable and stirring diary of the courageous battle six men fought against northern Canada's awesome arctic plain, the great Barren Grounds. First of two parts.