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March 3, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Snow Patrol

SNOW PATROL

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS February 28 to March 9

No More Room

NO MORE ROOM AT THE TOP

The Braves, having gained the summit of the baseball world, intend to remain there. Here is the story of their climb and the reasons they predict a long reign

By Roy Terrell

Spectacle

The Rites of Spring

In a lovely, lazy setting under the sun, ballplayers battle for jobs—and for pennants still to be won

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

Focus

CONTAMINATION OR COMPETITION?

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

CAROL HEISS SEES PARIS AT LAST

3-Year-Olds

ZERO HOUR ON THE TRAIL TO GOLD AND GLORY

Anxious owners watch their horses go for the Flamingo, first pointer to the 1958 Derby

By Whitney Tower

3-Years-Olds

AND HOPES ARE HIGH OUT WEST

By James Murray

Fishing

National Deep Freeze

The 1957-58 winter has frozen out fish and fishermen all over except in the Pacific Northwest, which is too warm

By Thomas Lineaweaver

Motor Sports

Still Burning Up the Sand

Speed Weeks at Daytona now has a more subdued name, but competition between Detroit's latest models remains keen

By Kenneth Rudeen

Basketball

A Merry Polka to Lead the Big Ten Dance

With or without music, Michigan State deserves a high national ranking

By Jeremiah Tax

Tip From The Top

Putting Bermuda grass greens

By Bill Roach

Horse Show

Dark Horse in the Sunshine

A jumper named Mr. Midnight, once a fugitive from a dog-food factory, makes a clean sweep in Miami in the opening show of the annual Sunshine Circuit

By Alice Higgins

Squash Racquets

M. Henri Does It Again

The Boston Frenchman found just the right touch to beat the Philadelphia strong boy

By T.H.L.

Cards

A Dashing Little Slam

By Charles Goren

Fitness

Tumbling Twosome 32

A fine exercise for balance and the development of torso, arms, wrists

By Bonnie Prudden

Sporting Look

KNIT WIT

The Mulberry Bush

Around the Mulberry Bush

SECOND OF TWO PARTS: SPORTS IN JAPAN. Both nationally and internationally, sports participation has helped restore damaged Japanese pride. Now the islands seem full of athletes of both sexes going full tilt:

By Herbert Warren Wind

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The Readers Take Over

Pat On The Back

Viola McBride

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

accent on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...