...this season, for the East's outstanding college teams
By Jo Ahern Zill
How do you get tickets to a big hit Broadway show? It isn't easy, but there are always ways and, surprisingly enough, most of them are quite legal. Plays you might want to see are The Gang's All Here with Melvyn Douglas and Golden Fleecing.
By John Chapman
By Mervin Hyman
Fans were baffled—happily or sadly—by some teams in 1959. But every football miracle has its explanation
By Kenneth Rudeen
The Old Quarterback
Charlie Conerly, the Giants' leathery, battered old football pro, and John Brodie, a fresh-faced kid from San Francisco's 49ers, had big days when they counted most
By Tex Maule
The debut of Russia's touring basketball teams proved the girls a visual treat, but the men are not in our class as players
The promoter of the next Johansson-Patterson fight must have integrity, experience and money. But who has?
By Martin Kane
Events & Discoveries
Jump Spin Around
The game is basketball, and 1,000 colleges, fit and ready, head into a season of promise
By Jeremiah Tax
Sprungwedeln: Part II
The cast was new, the setting was different, but the plot had a familiar ring as Italy, showing only occasional lapses, ran off with another European Championship
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
'Mountains don't care'