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February 1, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Is the official AAU attitude toward amateurism outdated?

By Jimmy Jemail

Bonuses

Bonuses for Boats

Attractive new products give safety and utility for sailors in all types of weather and water

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By William Leggett

Brave Man

A BRAVE MAN AND A GOOD FRIEND

When Basketball Star Maurice Stokes was paralyzed by a brain injury, teammate Jack Twyman became his steadfast support and inspiration. Now there is hope Stokes will walk again

By Jeremiah Tax

Wonderful World Of Sport

BOB SKENE SWINGS THE BIG MALLET

SNATCHED FROM THE JAWS OF BASKETBALL

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

WHY SHOULD CHICAGO HAVE ALL THE FUN?

Sugar Ray

Sugar's Show Goes On

Ray Robinson lost his middleweight title for the fifth time the other night, but he isn't bowing out just yet

By Gilbert Rogin

Pretty Girls

Those Pretty Girls with the Killer Instinct

Defying traditional European domination of the Olympic ski events, America's Snite, Pitou, Meyers and Co. have become the ones to beat at Squaw Valley

By Roy Terrell

Ski Tip

Ski Tip

By Willy Schaeffler

Food

Olympic buffet

A lot of fine eating awaits foreign visitors arriving in the California ski country for the Winter Games

By Mary Frost Mabon

Track

A lively evening of track in Los Angeles

A world record, a near world record and a youthful miler brightened the first indoor meet in southern California

By Tex Maule

Sport In Art

Cardplayers

Horse Racing

The best-policed sport of all

Thanks to the TRPB, racing's crooks are finding their work less rewarding all the time

By Whitney Tower

Cards

Who makes up those hands?

By Charles Goren

Golf

A wet and windy clambake

The usual foul weather at the Crosby pro-amateur failed to dampen a fine golfing party

By Art Rosenbaum

Tip From The Top

Starting with the left foot

By Fred Novak

Fishing

The ladies and the sailfish

In an unusual fishing contest men could only watch while the girls showed them how

By Virginia Kraft

Game Of Driving

THE FORGOTTEN FUN OF DRIVING

In five fabulous and endearing automobiles, the author learned that just plain driving could—and still can—be fine sport

By A. W. Miller

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

RICHARD HAINLINE JR.

'I love water'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

faces in the crowd...

FOR THE RECORD