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September 19, 1960 | Volume 13, Issue 12

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Lois Goetz Cover - Sports Illustrated September 19, 1960

September 19, 1960
All times are E.D.T.

September 19, 1960 | Emmett Watson
Sonny Liston grappled with Eddie Machen for 12 rounds, and only the fans were losers

September 19, 1960 | Joe David Brown

September 19, 1960
[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

September 19, 1960
The first Roman Olympiad in history has come to an end to the accompaniment of joyous shouts and mournful moans. It produced many great achievements and a few flimsy alibis. Nobody was happy about...

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
To record the broken bones, casualties, academic upsets and pleasant surprises since the Scouting Reports (see page 53) went to press, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED herewith reports last week's major...

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Navy over Boston CollegeBC's talented sophomores need more time, and Navy still has two good Joes (Bellino and Matalavage). They should be enough.

September 19, 1960 | Maury Allen
Expected power (six homers by Mantle and Maris) and unexpected power (eight HRs by Lopez, McDougald and Kubek) put the back in the lead for the ninth time this year. The , suffering from illness...

September 19, 1960
PLUMB WRONGSirs:I for one am not fooled by the cover picture on the August 29 issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. The picture was obviously tilted to make the mountain slope look steeper. Everything...

September 19, 1960
5—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette, John G. Zimmerman, Jerry Cooke, Tom Hutchins, Jerry Cooke, painting by Morton Roberts6—Jacques Faizant-Paris-Press7—U.P.I., A.P., Arlington Park, Sam Chambliss,...

September 19, 1960
'They kicked me out'

September 19, 1960
A barefoot Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila, a guard at Haile Selassie's palace and the son of an Abyssinian guerrilla in the 1935-36 war with Mussolini's Italy, lopes up the Via dei Trionfi toward...

September 19, 1960 | Tex Maule

September 19, 1960 | Tex Maule
THE 1,500 METERS: PAGE 28AN ITALIAN TRIUMPH: PAGE 30OUR CHAMPION BOXERS: PAGE 31THE FINAL SCORE: PAGE 129

September 19, 1960 | Tex Maule
It seemed that every Olympic sprint found the U.S. and Germany battling it out at the wire. In the dramatic finish of the 400-meter run (above) Germany's Carl Kaufmann breaks the tape with his...

September 19, 1960 | Roger Bannister
The watch that recorded the first four-minute mile timed Australia's Herb Elliott in Rome as he broke the world record in the 1,500 meters, a performance of classic excellence

September 19, 1960 | Kenneth Rudeen
For Italy, it was a marvelous Olympics. Everyone praised the stadiums, the beauty of Rome, the friendliness of the people. Best of all, the hosts, who won the first gold medal (in cycling), went...

September 19, 1960 | Martin Kane
In the wondrously domed and palatially lighted Palazzo dello Sport (right) three well-trained U.S. boxers fought exciting final matches and won gold medals. Only the 1952 team, which included...

September 19, 1960 | Walter Bingham
Babes in the American League woods, the Baltimore Orioles are giving New York and Chicago a fine-feathered fight for the pennant

September 19, 1960 | Gilbert Rogin
The nonamateurs at Forest Hills prove that it is becoming increasingly difficult to put on their championships without champions

September 19, 1960 | Robert Boyle
The crowds were small and the play ragged, but at least the show has begun

September 19, 1960 | Herman Weiskopf
It's the same game, but a brilliant corps of quarterbacks should produce lots of touchdowns and lots of fun for fans

September 19, 1960
Football is a team game, played in memorable fashion by powerful units, each of which is likely to have an awesome "nom de guerre"—the Black Knights, the Fighting Irish, the Chinese Bandits, the...

September 19, 1960 | Ogden Nash
Once there was a football coach who was called Hushmouth McGunn,Because his favorite expression was "Hush mah mouth,"a deed that was aspired to by many but accomplished by none.To his identity no...

September 19, 1960 | Sidney L. James
What do these six cover subjects have in common?

September 19, 1960
45 PAGES ANALYZING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF MORE THAN 130 COLLEGES

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960
MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960
Pat Moss, attractive sister of Britain's Stirling Moss, teamed with friend Ann Wisdom in an Austin Healey, won the 2,885-mile rally from Liege, Belgium to Rome and return over 82 starters. It was...

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman
Although widely divergent in moods, temperament and coaching styles, these dedicated and successful men have at least two things in common. They have made a career of coaching football in what is...

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960 | Mervin Hyman

September 19, 1960 | Huston Horn
A roundup on the prairies of Idaho may be the beginning of the end for the wild horse of the West

September 19, 1960
The elected captains of the major football teams in the East and South for this year

September 19, 1960 | Arlie W. Schardt