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September 14, 1959 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Do you approve of the theory of sending right-handed hitters against left-handed pitchers and vice versa?

By Jimmy Jemail

Wood Nymphs

An Absence of Wood Nymphs

Vladimir Nabokov, famed author of 'Lolita,' and a renowned lepidopterist, seeks his favorite butterfly in Arizona

By Robert H. Boyle

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS September 11 to September 17

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Walter Bingham

Happy Man

HAPPY MAN ON A MOOR

His other missions accomplished, a famous salaried American who has had an unusually busy summer takes time off for a traditional Labor Day holiday and, to his own undisguised satisfaction, tests an unfamiliar linkside course in Scotland

By Charles Mohr

A Delightful Show

DESPITE ALL, A DELIGHTFUL SHOW

The Pan American Games were a warming success in spite of sparse crowds, much confusion

BIGGEST OUT OF THE WEEK

When Casey Quit

THE YEAR CASEY QUIT THE YANKS

The skipper of the skidding World Champions is caught in a catnap. In a not-so-far-fetched fantasy, a wide-awake observer speculates that ol' Case might have been dreaming of the glory that would have been his if he had retired after winning the great World Series of 1958

By Gerald Holland

THE BEAT OF THEIR WINGS

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

THE WEST AWAITS THE WORLD SERIES

A NEW FLING FOR FORD: THE FALCON

Compact cars, Detroit's newest idea for 1960, will soon be seen on U.S. highways. First to make its debut will be Ford's Falcon. Here it is

By Joseph Raff

Trotting

The Diller did it, and Ralph was glad

The shy, quiet trainer of the Hambletonian winner let another man drive to victory

By Jeremiah Tax

Fall: The Quarterly Sporting Look Preview

A harvest of fashion from the fields

By Fred R. Smith

Tip From The Top

Holding your head steady

By Ruth Jessen

Horse Racing

The planners and doers come down the stretch

After a slow start, New York sees a chance to regain lead in the nation's racing

By Whitney Tower

Horses

Anybody got an extra stirrup?

At the Pan American Games old saddles and balky horses turned the modern pentathlon into a classic of confusion

By Alice Higgins

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

VICKY JENSSEN

'I got golf for my birthday'

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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