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May 2, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Regardless of the horse he was on, what jockey turned in the most masterful ride in any Kentucky Derby you've seen?

By Jimmy Jemail

Rocks

Roll out the Rocks

Stamps and model trains are fine hobbies but for spare-time fun that the whole family can take part in, consider rock collecting

By Cynthia Lindsay

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS April 29 to May 5

Editorial

EDITORIAL

New Season

NEW SEASON—OLD TED

Baseball was off to a flashy start with a big trade, a stirring comeback, spectacular home runs and some fine pitching. But no performance was as glittering as that of 41-year-old Ted Williams

By Walter Bingham

A MAD NIGHT IN MONTANA

Middleweight Champion Gene Fullmer retained his title but not all of his reputation in one of the rowdiest brawls in boxing history

By Martin Kane

Deadly Spray

THE DEADLY SPRAY

In the war against his insect enemies, man has reached the point where his poisons not only kill birds and animals but threaten the human population as well

By John O'Reilly

Reds See Red

Sail Ho!

Dreams of Glory

The Derby

Bluebloods and Red Roses

The best-bred colts in the Derby will have their work cut out for them as they chase the hero of the common herd—speedy Bally Ache

By Whitney Tower

Spectacle

ONE TO CARE ABOUT

Fitness From The Cradle

Fitness from the Cradle

The week of May 1 to 7 has been designated by President Eisenhower as National Youth Fitness Week, and the happy family shown at right is making its own special and significant contribution to it. They have been chosen by Sports Illustrated and Bonnie Prudden to introduce a new program that will help American parents to build a fit generation of children right in their own home—from babyhood on

Cards

IMPs in the cards

By Charles Goren

Shooting

Electric Gunsmoke

Battery-packin' pistol gives Olympic shooters hope for bloodless win over Russians

By Jack Olsen

Water Polo

Rumble in the water

Illinois beat New York in a game that reminded old-timers of the bloody past

By Jack Olsen

Sporting Hollywood

SPORTING HOLLYWOOD

Long before the Dodgers, the gaudy, giddy stars of movieland made Los Angeles a feverish sports town. Today's stars are a more serious lot, but the zany legends are not forgotten

By Gerald Holland

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Roger Williams

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The readers take over

Pat On The Back

JOHN T. PANKS

'A Thoroughbred come back'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Arthur Murphy

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD