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March 21, 1960 | Volume 12, Issue 12

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Maurice Richard Cover - Sports Illustrated March 21, 1960

March 21, 1960
Marianne Jahn, 17, baker's daughter from tiny mountain village of Zurs, Austria, took Alpine combined title at Sun Valley, then beat top U.S. girls in giant slalom at American International races...

March 21, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

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All times E.S.T.

March 21, 1960 | Robert Boyle

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It was a late-winter day on Mrs. John D. Hertz's Stoner Creek Stud in Paris, Kentucky, and the little filly (right) was only three days old. She did not feel like having her picture taken. She...

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Alta, Utah is famous for its powder snow, but steep powder slopes are also famous for avalanches. After a fresh snowfall it's the snow rangers' job to create avalanches before the public does,...

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While American college students get honors in the form of large chenille letters for their sweaters, their West German counterparts are increasingly turning to an old Teutonic mark of sporting...

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In Los Angeles it was spring and spring and spring again last week for youngsters discovering the bouncing delights of Trampolines. An enterprising entrepreneur, sensing a 1960 answer to Tom Thumb...

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The South Carolina town of Aiken occupies a unique position among American sporting centers in that even the advances of the mechanical age have hardly changed its concept of sport since it was...

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Frank Lane, noisy general manager of the Cleveland Indians: "This game of baseball didn't become the national pastime because everybody in it was quiet."

March 21, 1960 | Jeremiah Tax
Offense meets defense head on this week as basketball's top four go after the college title

March 21, 1960 | Arthur Murphy
An enduring honor to the bonefish is its loyal opposition, a cult of expert salt-water anglers who hold it second to none as a challenge to their skill. Its latest honor is to serve as namesake...

March 21, 1960 | Gilbert Rogin

March 21, 1960 | Joan Flynn Dreyspool
You may have played golf for years and think you have all the answers, but do you? The USGA rule book this year contains important changes, one of which has already cost Wes Ellis $660 at Palm...

March 21, 1960 | Walter Bingham
He's one of the most powerful men in the major leagues, but the Yankees' first baseman gets injured so often and so easily that he's a perennial question mark for the New Yorkers

March 21, 1960 | Bonnie Prudden
The city of Pittsburgh—busy for a decade on its well-known municipal-planning renaissance—moved into a new chapter. Civic groups invited Bonnie Prudden, of New York's Institute for Physical...

March 21, 1960 | Charles Goren
Europe lost her most widely followed bridge authority late last month when Pierre Albarran died in Paris. American tennis fans will recall Albarran as a member of the French Olympic tennis team of...

March 21, 1960 | Gerald Holland
Coaches, players and crowds show signs of cracking up in an exciting season's big finale

March 21, 1960 | Phil Taylor
People say it different ways: "Keep your head down." "You picked your head up." "Keep your eye on the ball." "Just hit the ball, we'll watch it." The phrases are familiar and have been with us...

March 21, 1960 | Willy Schaeffler
QUESTION: In Wedeln, I find that the first two turns in a series are the hardest. Is there an exercise that will help me get my shortswing going without using a stem or making a strong jump?

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Sirs:Regarding James Brosnan's (SI, March 7):

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'Why stay indoors in winter?'

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BASEBALL—The major leagues played their first interclub exhibition games. In St. Petersburg, Yogi Berra gave a lively demonstration of how and how not to play third base, made the first error of...

March 21, 1960
4—Maurice Freedman9—A.P.10—A.P., Bishop V. Scott, Herald-Sun, Herman K. Cray12—U.P.I., A.P.16—P. J. Ryder17-19—Art Rickerby-Pix24, 25—Wolfgang Weber-Pix26—Bob Grant (3), Bill Bridges27—Jon...

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BASKETBALL—SERVPAC PACKERS, Pearl Harbor, over Servlant While Hats, Norfolk, Va., 79-56 for All-Navy title, Seattle.

March 21, 1960 | Jimmy Jemail
GEORGE E. BARNESPresident USLTAChicagoI'm not sure. Changing to the three-bounce rule might make tennis a lobbing game. Maybe there are other ways of stimulating more action. Softening the ball...

March 21, 1960 | Edward Mayer
Edward Mayer, bridge columnist of the London 'Times,' tells how the ladies drove him to ink