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Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 29 to June 4

Incredible 59

THAT INCREDIBLE 59

SAM SNEAD TELLS HIS EXCITING SHOT-BY-SHOT STORY OF A ROUND WHICH WAS GOLF'S OWN FOUR-MINUTE MILE

166 MINUTES IN THE SUN

Fans everywhere thought the Yankees had finally broken out of their slump, but by week's end the harassed New Yorkers were back in the cellar again

Wonderful World Of Sport

PENNANTS AND PETTICOATS

THE FUN OF IT ALL

HARVARD'S OLDSTERS AS GOOD AS NEW

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

NOTES ON THE THIRD-LEAGUE THEME

Great Lakes Cruise

PART I: THE JOY OF CRUISING AN INLAND SEA

Lake Huron's North Channel and Georgian Bay hold unrivaled delights for roving sailors

By Mort Lund

Nature

Flashy frogs sing world's oldest song

The tailless amphibians shown in color on the next four pages are joining in raucous chorus as they have for millions of years

By John O'Reilly

Baseball

The Killer strikes in May

Shades of 'Damn Yankees'! The Senators have come up with Harmon Killebrew, a real-life counterpart of Joe Hardy!

By Walter Bingham

Boxing

Old Baldy vs. Old Bones

Defending his lightweight title, Joe Brown stakes it against Paolo Rosi

By Martin Kane

Food

The Gary Coopers' favorite dish

By Mary Frost Mabon

Sporting Coopers

The Gary Coopers' Sporting Life

More than an avocation, sports—and the relaxation they afford—are a creed to this veteran star and his family

By James Murray

Tip From The Top

The long trap shot

By Walter Burkemo

Cards

A defense with a false gift

By Charles Goren

Ribot

THE MAN, THE HORSE AND THE DEAL THAT MADE HISTORY

John W. Galbreath, sportsman and businessman extraordinary, acquires the wonder horse Ribot. Next step: a superstrain?

By Whitney Tower

ALL THIS—AND THE PIRATES TOO

In baseball, John Galbreath has suffered the only setback of his career

By Stanley Frank

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

DETROIT BOAT CLUB LIGHTWEIGHT CREW

'Sheer amateur devotion'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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