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May 20, 1957 Table Of Contents

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Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 17 through May 26

Horror In Italy

HORROR IN ITALY

Marquis Alfonso de Portago dies in a holocaust which probably spells the end of the Mille Miglia, greatest of all the open-road auto races

By William Rospigliosi

A Blunder Is Repaired

A BLUNDER IS REPAIRED

Belatedly, the Missouri Valley Conference takes a stand for 'complete integrity' in its basketball officials; and Referee John Fraser's resignation is quietly accepted

By Martin Kane

INTEGRITY...UNQUESTIONED HONESTY

By Asa S. Bushnell/Commissioner, Eastern College Athletic Conference

Spectacle

BOATS UNLIMITED

Any Sunday in summer 100,000 Detroit boating fans are likely to crowd onto the water to form one of the biggest marine traffic jams in the U.S.

By Nick Thimmesch

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

DECISION IN WASHINGTON, COURAGEOUS HERB SCORE, A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY, BIG BOOM IN CHICAGO, DEFINITIONS OF AN AMATEUR, CURIOSITY IN ASIA, SCHEFFING'S DAYDREAM

The Wonderful World Of Sport

FALLING FOR FAIR HARVARD

Alas, Poor Giants!

ALAS, POOR GIANTS!

Bound by proud tradition but tempted by western gold, yesterday's befuddled heroes don't know which way to turn

By Robert Creamer

Baseball X-Ray

BASEBALL X-RAY

Sporting Look

Man about London

To old traditions, the Englishman adds a more colorful way of dress

By Fred R. Smith

Fish Story

FISH STORY AT CONEY

Smack alongside the rollercoasters and the hot dog stands, New York's famous amusement park is getting a new Aquarium—the city's first in 16 years. Here's how it got started

By John O'Reilly

Second Wind

SECOND WIND ON CAPITOL HILL

When the speeches are over, Congress turns to sports to keep in shape

Gussie Busch

GUSSIE BUSCH'S KIND OF DAY

A typical one has him cast as roaring executive, genial host, elephant trainer, doting family man

By Gerald Holland

SECOND ROUND

The Preakness gives Iron Liege a chance to prove his superiority and Bold Ruler an opportunity for revenge

By Whitney Tower

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ALL HAIL, CORNELL

Sometimes-turbulent Cayuga was smooth as a millpond for the Carnegie Cup Regatta—and the Big Red crew stroked to a record victory over Yale

By Don Parker

Part II: The Lady And The Trout

The Treatise of FISHING WITH AN ANGLE

By Alfred Duggan

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

The Question: What sport is toughest on an athlete and is most likely to affect him adversely later in life?

By Jimmy Jemail

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

LESTER DYER

Departments

SCOREBOARD

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

FOCUS ON THE DEED

FOR THE RECORD

MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Harry Phillips