Blade-thin and oh-so-sharp, Bob Charles cuts up America's clowning Phil Rodgers in the British Open to give New Zealand—and left-handers every-where—a proper champion
By Gwilym S. Brown
In which our hero goes to St. Louis, becomes a key member of one of the best hitting infields ever assembled (from left to right: Ken Boyer, Groat, Julian Javier and Bill White) and leads his team in the National League pennant fight
The All-Star Game was a dismal show, as usual, because baseball does not know how to promote its big spectacle. Here are some suggestions
By Paul Stewart
East Of The Race
The famed racing yawl 'Finisterre,' three-time Bermuda winner, stows her racing gear and takes a leisurely tour of the waters where American yachting began.