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Point Of Fact

A British Open quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

By Pat Ryan

Yesterday

Perfect Relief for the Babe

By Mal Mallette

Desperate Gamble

THE YANKEES' DESPERATE GAMBLE

Mickey Mantle shouldn't be playing. His injured legs are still weak and another strain might end his career. But the Yankees were losing without him and they couldn't afford to wait

By Walter Bingham

A CLIMACTIC RACE AT WALNUT

For the first time, four Americans run the mile in under four minutes. But the U.S. track team, preparing to meet the Russians and Poles, faces new and toughened opposition

By Tex Maule

Washington Wonders

IF YOU WANT TO SEE OUR WONDERS, ASK US

Natives of the state of Washington are cagy about the places they love, but Dolly Connelly spills the beans for visitors to Seattle's World's Fair

By Dolly Connelly

Golf Architects

GOLF'S BATTLING ARCHITECTS

Their views on how to build a golf course could hardly be less alike—and they don't mind saying so—but both Trent Jones and Dick Wilson bring their special genius to a booming business

By Gwilym S. Brown

Playgrounds

NEW LOOK AT THE SANDBOX

A startling transformation has overtaken the country's playgrounds in the past few years. Far-out, semiabstract designs, based on a study of what children really do when they play and what they actually need, have been slowly replacing the good old-fashioned slide, swing and seesaw

By Robert Creamer

Travel

Going-places-to-do-things, Inc.

After years of coddling the rubberneck, travel agents are suddenly rediscovering the fact that tourists are happiest when they're busy

By Huston Horn

Golf

Three tips from the Open champion

Winning the National Open was, in many respects, a culmination of all the things Jack Nicklaus has learned since joining the professional tour. Now, from his experience, a trio of vital lessons

By Jack Nicklaus

Boating

An old girl leaves the fast young set in her wake

By making the most of every wisp of wind the 34-year-old schooner 'Niña' gave the favorites a drubbing in the Bermuda race

By Arthur Zich

Catskills

THE SOUR CREAM SIERRAS OF NEW YORK

If Rip Van Winkle, that old pizza lover, ever came back to the Catskills, he'd be stunned. The Mountains are still barely as high as the Highlands of Scotland, but they now shelter the largest concentration of summer vacationers in the U.S.—in hundreds of resorts whose facilities, food and flavor are unique

By Robert H. Boyle

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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