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September 3, 1956 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: Was there a time in the service when athletic training was of great value to you?

By Jimmy Jemail

Forest Hills

LEW GOES FOR NUMBER 4

Victory at Forest Hills would make Hoad the second man ever to sweep the world's major tennis titles

By William F. Talbert

Spectacle

MILE-HIGH REGATTA

California sailors stage a colorful water pageant on Lake Arrowhead, 5,106 feet up in the San Bernardino Mountains

By Jack Tobin

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

FOUNDATIONS GOING UP, TWENTY YEARS A JOLLY GOOD PITCHER, DECOYS WITH BUILT-IN APPETITES, A GLASS-BOTTOMED BOAT NOBODY CAN SEE THROUGH, GUEST GOLFER AT CYPRESS POINT

The Wonderful World Of Sport

A ROUND OF GOLF WITH THE PRESIDENT

The Giants

COLLEGE BALL WAS NEVER LIKE THIS

The New York Giants work an all-day, half-the-night schedule preparing for another pro football season

By Robert Riger

Part Two

THE STRIPED BASS: A DETECTIVE STORY

After a 2,000-mile quest the investigator finally comes to grips with the truth—and a striper

By Gerald Holland

UP A LAZY RIVER

By Paul O'Neil

Horse Racing

BABES TO ARMS

Next year's Derby is a long way ahead, but some are already hoping. For in the fall the bugles sound

By Whitney Tower

Boxing

CAREFUL SPARRING

Some moves were made to clean up the game when the NBA met under the southern sun, but so far it's

By Martin Kane

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Tip From The Top

for all golfers, inconsistent putters especially

By Arnold Browning

The Outdoor Week

THE OUTDOOR WEEK

In New York, a new Conservation Commissioner is appointed while in Iowa a golf course owner, Val Brooks (right, with caretaker Houge), builds a hazard and suffers an embarrassment of fishes

Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

Nature

BEETLE on the BEACH

Murder and greed, beauty and song, bright hues and drab, all belong to the teeming world surrounding a

By John O'Reilly

Sport In Art

YOUTH'S PERENNIAL SUMMER SPLASH

Baseball

BRILLIANT ENIGMA

The spring's golden boy, Ken Boyer, seemed sadly tarnished in August. The Cardinals must solve this

By Robert Creamer

X-Ray

X-RAY

Bernard Darwin

DEAN OF THE GRAND OLD GAME

Player, reporter and essayist, Bernard Darwin is golf's greatest historian. Herewith, on the occasion of his 80th birthday, an appreciation of his work and, in his own words, his most striking memories of 50 years on the links

By Herbert Warren Wind

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Mr. Caper

MR. CAPER

By Ajay

Pat On The Back

NEWPORT TENNIS STAGES A DIAMOND JUBILEE

Departments

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

THE 17 WOMEN WHO MADE OLYMPIC TRACK TEAM IN TRIALS AT WASHINGTON

FOCUS ON THE DEED

SCOREBOARD

FOR THE RECORD