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February 22, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: What are the best cruising grounds off the North American continent?

By Jimmy Jemail

The Bosporus

Anybody Here Ever Swim the Bosporus?

A noted novelist, fresh from a great athletic feat, meets the world's meanest bartender

By George Weller

Basketball's Week

BASKETBALL'S WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS February 19 to February 25

Masters Of Endurance

MASTERS OF ENDURANCE

With a new approach, Track Coaches Mihaly Igloi of Hungary and Bill Bowerman of Oregon are producing America's best and biggest crop of distance runners

By Tex Maule

Telltale Hoofs

TELLTALE HOOFS

The ring was elegant at Miami's Charity Horse Show, but behind the scenes the abuse of the Tennessee Walking Horse continued unchecked

By Alice Higgins

Wonderful World Of Sport

A BIG YEAR FOR LITTLE DOGS

A VIEW HALLOO OF HUNTSMEN

The Konradses

A Pair of Natural Aces

As the pace quickens in an Olympic year, Australia's famous swimming Konradses stand ready to meet all comers

By Fred Hubbard

Spectacle

Fire on Little Papoose

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

Olympian Etiquette

WHITE TIE AT SQUAW VALLEY

The first woman social director of the Winter Olympics made the easy-going West spruce up

By Mary Hamman

Food

Lobster picnic at Rum Point

The Caribbean langouste provides fine luncheon fare after an exciting chase

By Bradley Smith

Cards

Detective story

By Charles Goren

Basketball

Two big men in a tight pennant race

As the playoffs near, success or failure for basketball's top winning teams may hang on the considerable talents of those two giant stars, Chamberlain and Russell

By Jeremiah Tax

Horse Racing

Invitation to the Dancer

Everybody's horse of last year, Brookmeade's Sword Dancer, has a rare chance for top honors again. The $100,000 Widener this Saturday is his first big challenge of 1960

By William Leggett

Shark!

SHARK!

A series of attacks on humans last year debunked a foolish notion that sharks actually are harmless cowards. Now, as thousands of people move toward or into tropical waters, the shark should be known for what he is: a hunter too stupid for murder, but still a mindless killer of men

By Thomas Lineaweaver

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

SOPHIA LOREN

'I'm going to try some more'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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