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Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Les Woodcock

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS August 14 to August 20

The Big Four

THE BIG FOUR MEET IN PARIS

Trailing the far-flying Bill Rosensohn, Sports Illustrated's man discovers the beginnings of what may be a quadruple entente among the world's foremost boxing promoters

By Gilbert Rogin

Millions At Stake

WHEN MILLIONS ARE AT STAKE

By Martin Kane

CONTINUALLY IN A CLOUD OF DUST

Baseball was at its slam-bang best when the National League's three top teams met head on in California last week

By Roy Terrell

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

THE MOST PERILOUS SPORT

Wonderful World Of Sport

SAILOR'S ROUTE TO THE LIZARD

THE TENNIS FUTURE IN KALAMAZOO

Babes of the Woods—and Irons

Report From Valencia:

ORDONEZ vs. DOMINGUIN

Ernest Hemingway and John Blashill describe the 'mano a mano' in which Dominguín was gored, and Mary Hemingway offers an intimate account of the convalescence of a matador

By John Blashill

Horse Racing

Back to Saratoga and the elms

Old trophies and love of sport, not big purses, attract racing's finest to this small-town track

By William Leggett

Cards

Pity the poor prognosticator

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

Balance and the four-wood

By Wiffi Smith

Food

The staff of life

Bread, the subject of many legends, combines deliciously with a variety of other foods

By Evan Jones

Baseball

A cool cat named McCovey

The Giants' newest Willie is more than just a thunderous hitter. He's cool, man. If the fried chicken and shoot-'em-ups hold out, big league pitching doesn't figure to bother him a bit

By Robert Boyle

Part I: The Great MacPhail

WHO IN THE WORLD BUT LARRY?

He has been called a busher, a brawler, a bully, a flop; an incomparable leader, a showman without peer, the purest genius of the sporting scene. Here begins the story—and the stories

By Gerald Holland

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

RALPH JENKINS

'One for Brother Rock'

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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