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June 23, 1958 Table Of Contents

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The San Francisco Giants lost six out of seven games and fell to second place

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS June 20 to June 29

Moment of Record

THE MOMENT OF RECORD

World track marks were lowered in the NCAA meet, tuneup for this weekend's AAU championships which will determine most of the U.S. team for the big July battle in Moscow

By Tex Maule

Spectacle

The Color and Emotion of Le Mans

A noted artist who loves racing records the night-and-day drama of the famed French race that is due again this weekend

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

BASEBALL'S ORGANIZATION MEN

Wonderful World Of Sport

STARTLING START FOR BERMUDA

PICTURE MOSAIC OF PEOPLE AT ATTENTION

The 93rd Yale-Harvard boat race, the 58th U.S. Open golf tournament and the first black-tie charity prizefight, between Joey Giardello and Franz Szuzina, drew these appreciative throngs

BOLT UPRIGHT

Once terrible-tempered, Tommy confirmed his new role of Gentleman Tom and in severe conditions became the first golfer since Hogan to spread-eagle a U.S. Open field

By Herbert Warren Wind

Jackie Jensen

ALL-STAR WHO CAN DO WITHOUT GLORY

Jackie Jensen, unsung hero of the Red Sox, doesn't mind if others get headlines. He's had them—and would rather go home

By Roy Terrell

PINK LADY FOR A HOME RUN KING

By Walter Bingham

Boxing

Return of the champ

Floyd Patterson trains for a title defense against Roy Harris at Los Angeles

By Martin Kane

Golf

A Billy Joe from Erin

Joe Carr, a long and errant hitter from Dublin, wins his second British Amateur title

By Henry Longhurst

Cards

The monster of the Midi

By Charles Goren

One Man's Hunting Home

In the Maryland hunt country near Monkton a fox-chasing enthusiast named Harvey S. Ladew has blended hobbies into a showplace

Horse Shows

Richest and biggest

A nickel made a story at the rich Pin Oak show, and there, as at Devon, some old favorites, new candidates and a reformed character were the stars

By Alice Higgins

Boating

The man at the piano

Ray Hunt designed 'Easterner' on the top of a grand piano. Some people call him a screwball, but the record indicates that 'working genius' is a more fitting term

By Carleton Mitchell

Georgie's River

PART II: GEORGIE'S ROARING RIVER: CHARACTERS AND CATARACTS

Off again with Georgie White, Riverman Sayre tells of her colorful life; of Fred Eiseman, friend of the Hopis, and of Cataract Canyon's conventions of waves

By Joel Sayre

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

GEORGE W. CONSTABLE

'Sport is a universal language'

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...