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SUMMER BOATING EVENTS

The nation's leading races and championships through September

Craft for Kids

Craft for Kids

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS July 3 to July 9

Big Fight

BOXING GREETS ITS NEW DAWN

The world-shaking victory of Ingemar Johansson, Swedish winner of boxing's heavyweight crown, opened a bright new era for the sport and revived a star-crossed promoter's luck

By Martin Kane

Odyssey

MR. ANDERBERG'S ODYSSEY

One of our European correspondents joins Sweden's No. 1 boxing fan in Goteborg, stays with him during the trials and triumphs of his trip to Yankee Stadium and watches his generous reaction to victory in a new country

By John Mulliken

Spectacle

Dust and Dreams of Glory

Rodeo cowboys battle broncos and Brahma bulls in the sort of rugged life that small boys only dream about

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

Stars Of The Show

AND NOW THE STARS OF THE SHOW

In a mercenary mood, the major leaguers split their big midsummer spectacle into two parts. Act I goes on next week in Pittsburgh, and it still figures to be quite a show

By Roy Terrell

Jimmie Dykes

THE MAN WHO MADE THE TIGER ROAR

By Walter Bingham

Food

Lunch in Cuernavaca

A Mexican 'caballero' and his lady entertain informally in a magnificent setting

By Mary Frost Mabon

Tennis

The Kramer cast lacks a plot

The pro tennis troupe winds up its U.S. tour at Forest Hills amid apathy. The author suggests a future remedy

By William F. Talbert

Cards

A museum piece in spades

By Charles Goren

Honolulu Racer

MECHANIZED MARVEL GOES TO SEA

The fleet that runs west to the Hawaiian Islands this July 4 in the Transpacific race will have to match the speed of a rejuvenated racer named 'Nam Sang,' a thoroughly mechanized marvel which, if engineering makes a winner, ought to sail away from the fleet like a ballistic missile.

By Mort Lund

Boating

A king-size race: the Transpacific

The skipper of 'Finisterre' surveys the fleet that will be off to Honolulu this week and finds that ocean racing in the West has some very large dimensions

By Carleton Mitchell

Golf

Might makes Wright

The willowy, long-hitting San Diego girl won the Women's Open at Churchill Valley C.C.

By Gwilym Brown

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

LEWIS CUTRER

'A city grows with sport'

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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