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June 15, 1959 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Which race would you rather win, the Kentucky Derby or the Belmont?

By Jimmy Jemail

What To Call Him?

What to Call Him?

John or Joe if he's a boy, but if he has four legs and runs, you can have a proper peck of trouble picking a proper name

By Ernest Havemann

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Walter Bingham

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS June 12 to June 18

Boxing's Dirty Business

NAKED AND CONTEMPTUOUS

Mantle

MICKEY THE BOOSTER SHOT

The great slump ended when Mickey Mantle stopped playing ball like an $80,000-a-year resident of Easy Street. His blazing bat and fiery base running woke up the Yankees

By Roy Terrell

Spectacle

Dinnertime Antics of an Eager Shark

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

BRUNDAGE ON A CLOUD ABOVE POLITICS

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Agony And Upsets

IT'S AGONY, UPSETS AND HOPES

U.S. track prospects are brightening in this pre-Olympic year—and Kansas is still the best bet for the NCAA title

By Tex Maule

Field Dogs

AT HOME IN THE FIELD

Pictured on these pages in the poses characteristic of their performances in the field are the 22 most popular sporting dogs in America today. Each is an expert in his particular phase of hunting, but, like any expert, each must be trained to use his instinctive abilities with maximum efficiency. In this issue Sports Illustrated begins a four-part series that will teach you how to train your dog to hunt in the field

Field Training: Part I

THE FLUSHING SPANIELS

By Stanley MacQueen

Food

Coronet for the table

The crown roast, an old-fashioned dish as decorative as it is delicious, can be the crowning glory of a dinner party

By Mary Frost Mabon

Horse Racing

A three-cornered struggle

Black Hills is the newest threat among the 3-year-olds, and he can prove it by winning this Saturday's 91st Belmont Stakes

By Whitney Tower

Cards

Responses to opening bids

By Charles Goren

Baseball

A night in the Coliseum

Big league baseball is no longer a novelty, but still the throngs spill into Los Angeles' Coliseum to watch the pennant race in the game's strangest but most exciting setting

By James Murray

Johnson

BLACK HAMLET OF THE HEAVYWEIGHTS

BEGINNING the extraordinary story of Jack Johnson, the Negro fighter whose brilliant skill won for his race the first championship of the world, and for himself a life of spectacular excess and ultimate tragedy

By Finis Farr

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

CLARENCE A. BACH

'They found what they wanted'

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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