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April 20, 1959 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Do you favor playing the Davis Cup finals some place other than Forest Hills?

By Jimmy Jemail

Hail Newporter!

Hail Newporter!

She's the most popular boat of her size ever in the U.S.

By Thomas Atkinson

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS April 17 to April 23

Hot In The Cold

HOT IN THE COLD

By Walter Bingham

Spectacle

River Oaks: Showcase of Tennis

Houston's lavish invitational tournament is the first big meeting of the season for amateur tennis. Topflight players love to perform at this king-size Texas show.

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

ALLIANCE AT THE SUMMIT

Wonderful World Of Sport

COAST MUSCLEMEN BEND TO WORK

BACHELORS OF BOXING'S ARTS

MIDDLE WEST MEETS MIDDLE EAST

Jordan's king, an Easterner with western ideas, enjoys a Chicago suburban weekend

Historic Masters

HISTORIC MASTERS

Huge crowds at Augusta ushered in a new era in golf, and a new high in stretch drives was set by Art Wall with five birdies

By Herbert Warren Wind

Food

Amateur chef extraordinary

Frederick Stagg, of England, Ecuador and Beacon Hill, is one of the world's great cooks

By Mary Frost Mabon

Sporting Look

Announcing this year's fashion winners

Fourth annual Sports Illustrated Design Awards go to Archie and Mel Davidow, makers of the Davidow suit, and John Weitz, sports car racer and designer for the active life

By Jo Ahern Zill

Track

A pass in time

As the outdoor track season opens, the intricate art of the relay takes the spotlight

By Tex Maule

Basketball

Short, sweet series for slick Celtics

Two of pro basketball's weaker franchises were greatly strengthened in the playoffs won by the squad of superstars from Boston

By Jeremiah Tax

Cards

Decline of the expert

By Charles Goren

SWEDISH PINUP

Football

A naval disengagement

Navy brass's new tack to tighter regulations brought a brass-tacks showdown with Eddie Erdelatz, a young man going west

By Tex Maule

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

FLOYD ROOD

'There's always room for a caddie'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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