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February 24, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Does a man have to be a teetotaler to be a good athlete?

By Jimmy Jemail

Snow Patrol

SNOW PATROL

Skiing across the country—reports through the preceding weekend

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS February 21 to March 2

Tigers In The Garden

RACING THE TIGERS IN THE GARDEN

Men who once ran for their lives will run for glory at this week's AAU track meet, high point of the indoor season

By Tex Maule

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

COMES THE TENNIS REVOLUTION

Wonderful World Of Sport

DEBUTS AND DEEDS OF THE WEEK

MESSRS. CHIPS ON ICE

Jack Kramer

THE SMALL GREEN EMPIRE OF JACK KRAMER

His professionals drew the biggest crowd in U.S. tennis history last week. Their boss holds more power and stirs up more controversy than anyone else in the game

By Dick Phelan

Sporting Look

Good Show for Boating

Record sales, new clothes, a revolution in the galley forecast a big nautical year

By Fred R. Smith

Food

Cooking for Cruising

Today's galley slave has it made—with this selection of fancy meals and fancy modern equipment

By Charlotte Adams

Basketball

A Plain Man from Arkansas

Glen Rose, who produces winning basketball at Arkansas without fuss or fancy stuff, has a team as blunt as the Ozark countryside which may be best in the Southwest

By Jeremiah Tax

Fitness

31 Mother-and-daughter Act

Bonnie and teen-age Suzy begin a series of parent-child exercises

By Bonnie Prudden

Baseball

The Comiskey Affair

The third-generation owners of the Chicago White Sox are fighting among themselves

By Robert Creamer

Cards

The Hand of Adversity

By Charles Goren

Skiing

Massa on Cold, Cold Ground

Leo Massa did not complain when he drew the last starting position in the national cross-country championships and, over 15 kilometers of wilderness, last was first

By Don Parker

The Bouncing Ball

FIRST OF TWO PARTS: SPORTS IN JAPAN. In the dozen-odd years since the end of World War II, Western sports have become almost a way of life for the Japanese. Actually, this all began many years ago with: The Bouncing Ball

By Herbert Warren Wind

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The Readers Take Over

Pat On The Back

Miner Cliett

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd