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The Beaverkill

A Westerner Looks at the Beaverkill

In the heat of summer, a visitor recalls his spiritual pilgrimage to a great river

By Roderick L. Haig-Brown

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS August 7 to August 13

WHAT IT ALL MEANS

By Martin Kane

RIDE IN A ROCKING CHAIR

Despite his fears, France's Riaud drove a confident race to an exciting conclusion

Spectacle

Pumping Plasma into Polo

A renaissance has overtaken a sport that nearly died when its rich patrons grew too old to play. Here it is at its best at Oak Brook

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

IT WAS BOUND TO COME

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

DRAMA AT MINNEAPOLIS IN WIND AND RAIN

Bob Rosburg and Jerry Barber, a big and a little man, fought it out for the PGA title in miserable weather, and the big man won

By Gwilym Brown

DREAMLAND FOR THE $2 BETTOR

Designer-Architect Arthur Froehlich has made an art out of beatifying the racegoer. Here he explains the philosophy of his drawing board

By James Murray

Two For The Pennant

TWO FOR THE PENNANT

The double-play artistry of Fox and Aparicio could land the White Sox in the World Series

By Les Woodcock

Food

Picnic at Willow Brook

By Mary Frost Mabon

Horse Racing

Hasty House likes to go slow

In adapting its European imports to U.S. race tracks, the Hasty House Farm of Billie and Allie Reuben believes in patience. And it has paid off in the most fantastic earnings

By Joe Hirsch

Boating

Gold Cup madness: the annual epidemic

The sober citizens of Seattle go slightly daffy every year when the time comes for the roaring hydros to defend the city's proudest possession—the Gold Cup

By Wilbur Jarvis

Cards

Reservation for Mr. Blackwood

By Charles Goren

Horse Show

Three girls for the Grand Prix

They can muster only 59 years among them, but in the exacting field of dressage they are the newest medal-hunters for the U.S. at the Pan American Games

By Alice Higgins

Tip From The Top

Keeping square from start to finish

By Al Besselink

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

TED JONES AND 'SLO-MO IV'

'A special place'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur R. Murphy Jr.

A roundup of the sports information of the week

faces in the crowd...

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