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July 17, 1961 Table Of Contents

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First Blood

FIRST BLOOD FOR BUS

Master Helmsman Bus Mosbacher climbed aboard a perennial loser called 'Easterner' and won an early tune-up for the America's Cup

By Carleton Mitchell

THE REDS ARE THE REAL THING

Once a good bet for the second division, Cincinnati has now won the respect of the doubters by knocking off its toughest pennant rival

By Roger Williams

Power Versus Perfection

POWER VERSUS PERFECTION: THE U.S.-EUROPE TRACK MEETS

Russia and Poland have polished their performers to the high gloss of a sputnik skin; the Americans' hope is that natural talent will prevail

By Tex Maule

A Schuss in the Slush Cup

Cubans, Cops and a Shy TV

Sonny Liston

CAN'T A FELLOW MAKE A MISTAKE?

Here is an extraordinary report on a disturbing new figure in boxing: Heavyweight Contender Sonny Liston, who is comforted (right) by his wife Geraldine after his 19th arrest

By Gilbert Rogin

Vintage Regatta at Marblehead

Harness Racing

The Duke becomes a crown prince

At bucolic Goshen Duke Rodney establishes himself as the early Hambletonian favorite

By Ken Rudeen

Two Hearted River

THE RIVER THAT WILL FLOW FOREVER

Forty years ago Hemingway fished the Two Hearted River and wrote an immortal story. Here is the river as it was in the week of his death

By Robert Cantwell

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

THE MANNS

A family of fishes

Departments

SCORECARD

FACES IN THE CROWD