Sport: Depth to Spare

Looking toward the 1960 Olympic Games, the U.S. mustered its best track stars at the National Amateur Athletic Union meet in Boulder, Colo., and found them good. Most impressive was the depth of U.S. track prowess: when a champion faltered, there were eager contenders ready and able to take his place. Items:

¶Olympic Champion Bobby Morrow, troubled three weeks ago by muscle spasms, faiLed even to qualify in both the 100-and 200-meter dashes, sadly concluded: "I just didn't have it." Impressive winner of both events: lanky speedster Ray Norton, 21, of San Jose State College (TIME, June 15).

¶Hurdler Glenn Davis,...

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