The Saturday Evening Post, September 2, 1961 *ROGER MARIS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Ten Thousand Men with Trowels - Garden Clubs, once strictly for girls, now swarm with men; Education out of the Blue - how a Texas engineer's (Charles E. Nobles) 'crackpot' dream - airborne telecasts - may revolutionize the American classroom (MPATI - the Midwest Program on Airborne Television Instruction); The Wit in the White House - Some choice samples from JFK's repertoire; Medicine for a Sick Continent - Africa's disease-ridden millions need medical assistance; The Face of America - Painting the Town (literally) in Ceres, California; Mighty Roger Maris - New York's fence-busting right fielder may smash Babe Ruth's home-run record - if teammate Mickey Mantle doesn't do it first; Who Really Rules England - critics claim the 'Establishment' a subtle conspiracy of upper-crust Britons, runs the show; Tourists' New Frontier - Utah's spectacular and little-known southeast corner. Average wear. A sound copy.