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May 26, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Pirates slumped after winning 15 of 20, but stayed in first division

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 23 to June 1

BLAST-OFF—AND FLAME-OUT

The 82nd Preakness went to valorous Tim Tam, who should be the first in a decade to win racing's Triple Crown; but Silky sank back into legend, earning his ticket home

By Whitney Tower

Spectacle

Man with a Million Fans

Baseball's fabulous young strikeout whiz, Herb Score, is back again as good as before

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

'SAILING WIDOWS' TAKE ACTION

Fitness

A FIT WEEK FOR A SECOND LOOK

June 1 to 7 has been set aside to consider fitness. A new Sports Illustrated survey again shows that despite publicity and some progress, leadership is still lacking

By Dorothy Stull

Baseball

Baltimore Orioles lead the league!

The No-Yankee League, that is. The Yankees are so far ahead that the American League race is over. But the other seven teams are in a scramble, with Baltimore on top

By Les Woodcock

Tip From The Top

Lining up on the target

By Frank Stranahan

Cards

A bid that boomerangs

By Charles Goren

Boxing

TV talent hunt finds some

A champion's kid brother, a French lightweight and a cool heavyweight appraised

By Martin Kane

Tennis

Suggestion: down with love

James Van Alen, president of the National Lawn Tennis Hall of Fame at Newport and chairman of the time-honored Newport Invitation Tournament, here takes the witness stand and presents his radical ideas on streamlining tennis. Mr. Van Alen's career as a player dates back to his college days at Cambridge, England, where he captained the Oxford-Cambridge team which defeated the combined Yale-Harvard squad of 1924. Even today, at 55, he wields an aggressive and enthusiastic racket

By Walter Bingham

Sporting Look

New clothes for an elegant race's revival

Newport's great traditions keynote summer clothes by the 1957 winner of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S American Sportswear Design Award

By Jo Ahern Zill

Motor Sports

Three for the '500'

A wizard mechanic has put three of his four cars in the front row at Indy

By Kenneth Rudeen

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

Nancy Hurst Downing

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

accent on the deed...

faces in the crowd...

FOR THE RECORD