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June 20, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Coming Events

COMING EVENTS June 17 to June 23

Editorials

EDITORIALS

The Big Fight

WHY INGO WILL DO IT AGAIN

Patterson has planned a new defense against Ingo's right and a new way through to Ingo's jaw, but it seems in vain

By Martin Kane

French Thought

FRENCH FOOD FOR THOUGHT

The world bridge champions won with straightforward bids—and some exotic 'canapés'

By Charles Goren

Hero Of Many Moods

A HERO OF MANY MOODS

Jimmy Piersall explains the antics that cause as much excitement as his fine play

By Walter Bingham

Catch as Catch Can

Power on the River

Chinese on the Climb

Canoeing

THE MAN WHO KIDNAPED CANOEING

His son Don is the Middle West's only paddler, but Ray Dodge of Michigan got the U.S. championships for his hometown

By Gilbert Rogin

Testing Venture

Testing Venture

A month of arduous sport on a rugged English moor teaches self-confidence and teamwork to youthful volunteers from 13 countries

Horse Shows

Exit jumping

Andante, an aged prima donna, begins her last season with a flamboyant win at Devon

By Alice Higgins

Harness Racing

New Baltimore colts

In Maryland last week a fine crop of 2-year-olds took aim at the rich juvenile stakes

By William Leggett

Tennis

A win for England

Persevering British women reclaim the Wightman Cup in a taut two days at Wimbledon

By John Lovesey

Boxing

The death of a king

As Sugar Ray Robinson lost again to Paul Pender, the image of the master fighter, which had burned so long and so brilliantly, was at last extinguished

By Gilbert Rogin

Boating

Eyes on 'Finisterre'

All hands will be watching the fabulous little yawl this week as Carleton Mitchell makes his bid for an unprecedented third straight victory in the Bermuda Race

By Ezra Bowen

Horse Racing

Tom Barry's waiting game

Light training and a patient ride made up his formula for victory in the Belmont

By Whitney Tower

Sport In Art

The happy moment—always the same

Amiable Gorilla

THE AMIABLE GORILLA

In an unprecedented experiment, a young scientist and his wife set out to share the daily life of giant gorillas in Africa's mountains. Here is the exclusive story of what they found—plus the first close-up pictures ever made of gorillas in their native wild

By John O'Reilly

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Roger Williams

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

ERNEST R. BREECH

'I don't notice the rain'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD