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September 26, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Thoroughbred Racing

THOROUGHBRED RACING

Major flat and jumping races through October

Yesterday

Guts, Gumption—and Gum

All three were needed when the author, a girl of 10, went on the Glidden Tour of 1911

By Jennie Johnson Phinney

Editorials

EDITORIALS

Baltimore Bubble

BALTIMORE'S BUBBLE BURSTS

Paul Richards and his youthful Orioles made a strong run for the pennant until the Yankees destroyed them

By Roy Terrell

High Level

HIGH-LEVEL STRATEGY

By Jack Tobin

YOUNG MEN ON A SPREE

Deane Beman, 22, won the National Amateur, and he was one of the older stars

By Gwilym Brown

A Brave Challenge

A BRAVE CHALLENGE FAILS

Racing to be the first to do 400 mph, Donald Campbell swerved off course, injuring himself and wrecking his car

By Hays Gorey

National Football League Preview

THE FANCIEST GAME IN TOWN

Since they no longer have the only game, the older pros of the National Football League are planning to add speed, striking power and surprises to meet the challenge of the AFL

By Tex Maule

How I Play Fullback

Jim Brown, the Cleveland Browns' explosive line-plunging fullback, gained fame as a college halfback while at Syracuse. In the next four pages he reveals how that early training led to his present success

By Jim Brown

NFL SCOUTING REPORTS

College Football

High tide in Alabama

As the season opens, Alabama is bearishly strong and the Big Eight is ready for anyone

By Ray Cave

Football's Week

FOOTBALL'S FIRST WEEK

By Mervin Hyman

Boating

Danish derring-do

Russia and the U.S. might have more boats, but the big winner came from Denmark

By Carleton Mitchell

Cards

A foresight saga

By Charles Goren

Food

Thoroughbred of desserts

Suzy Volterra, the Continent's No. 1 horsewoman, serves a dessert worth all of the planning it takes

By Mary Frost Mabon

Giants

OLD PALS IN A COLD WIND

The warm glow that unites Owner Horace Stoneham and Manager-Crony Tom Sheehan (above) has helped perpetrate baseball's biggest mystery: How did San Francisco lose the pennant that couldn't be lost?

By Roy Terrell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Maury Allen

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

SASHA SIEMEL

"The fish's son"

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD