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Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS July 10 to July 16

Invaders From Below The Equator

SOUTH AFRICANS AT MUIRFIELD

By Henry Longhurst

Spectacle

Poolside Kisses for Ambitious Misses

A determined crop of girl swimmers with an eye on the Olympics will compete at Redding, Calif. next week the national championships

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

HALFWAY HOLIDAY

Wonderful World Of Sport

A QUEEN WATCHES 'THE PLATE'

The Queen's Plate is a Canadian horse race first run 100 years ago in honor of Queen Victoria, who was not greatly amused at the time. Last week nobody at Toronto's Woodbine track watched with keener interest than Victoria's great-great-granddaughter

BACHELORS OF THE ART

An Analysis in Depth

WHY INGO IS CHAMP

A careful study shows Ingo won the title with much more than his vaunted right hand

By Martin Kane

Race Track Business

THE BIG BUSINESS OF A RACE TRACK

Hollywood Park and its general manager, James Stewart, have learned why it is that marketing Thoroughbred contests is a major industry

By Whitney Tower

Tip From The Top

How to cure hitting from the top

By Joe Knesper

Baseball

Exquisite torture in Chicago

Forty years of devilish frustration have been the sad lot of an inevitably dwindling band of confident White Sox fans

By Walter Bingham

Food

Do it 'en brochette'

For an outdoor party, nothing is more fun than to grill your own shish kebab

By Mary Frost Mabon

Field Training: Part III

THE RUGGED RETRIEVERS

By James A. Cowie

Cards

Saved by a psychic

By Charles Goren

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

SALLY BLAIR AMES

'Nobody knows me'

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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