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June 29, 1959 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Has Los Angeles replaced New York as a sports center?

By Jimmy Jemail

Strange Sounds

Strange Sounds in the Wilderness

Even the most familiar noises can become eerie out of doors

By Edmund Ware Smith

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS June 26 to July 2

Nobody Hits It

NOBODY HITS IT

Scientist and artist join with baseball experts to analyze, for the first time, Hoyt Wilhelm's mysterious pitch

By Roy Terrell

37 Men

37 MEN TO BEAT THE RUSSIANS

The confident faces below reflect the strength of U.S. track hopes against the U.S.S.R.

By Tex Maule

Spectacle

Great Caesar!

Connecticut's most imposing house pet gives a thrilling demonstration of the flight characteristics of the golden eagle

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

LADIES' DAY IS REALLY HERE

Wonderful World Of Sport

SHAPE OF CHEERS TO COME

WITH PIVOT AND DIVOT THE KIDS SHOW HOW

Harness Racing

In quest of the Golden Fleece

No driver can match Billy Haughton's sulky record, but there's a blank page in it that should be filled this year

By Jeremiah Tax

Tip From The Top

Tempo in putting

By Dave Marr

INDIAN IDOL

Food

Rice pudding gone to heaven

This lavish dessert, combining many fruit flavors, is made in a series of simple steps

By Mary Frost Mabon

Cards

A problem in duplicate

By Charles Goren

Horse Racing

Some moments for Max

Trainer Hirsch knew chill disaster but dug in again

By William Leggett

Horse Shows

The birds and beasts were there

The Tulsa show might have been mistaken for the animal fair, but ostriches actually helped to make a good show better

By Alice Higgins

Motor Sports

A first first for Aston

At Le Mans, a Texan helped bring Aston Martin its first win in this rugged race

By Edward Behr

Field Training: Part II

THE TRAILING HOUNDS

By Fred Huyler

The Peacemakers

THE RETURN OF THE PEACEMAKERS

The famous old Colt revolver should have died quietly 50 years ago, but today it is making more noise than ever as a gaudy TV gun and a dependable companion piece of American sportsmen

By Coles Phinizy

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

JOAN ROBINSON HILL AND BELOVED BELINDA

'Once in a lifetime'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...