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May 23, 1960 Table Of Contents

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Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: The old saying about golf is: "Drive for show and putt for dough." Do you agree?

By Jimmy Jemail

Exercise Boys

The Boys with the Horse-sized Job

They are the exercise boys—racing's unsung heroes—who work hard for little reward

By Ernest Havemann

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 20 to May 26

Editorials

EDITORIALS

Indians Again

THE INDIANS AGAIN

Underrated and overtraded, the Cleveland club is back to imperil the White Sox dynasty in the American League

By Walter Bingham

A MAN OF QUALITY

Luck suddenly ran out for Aly Khan, the prince who always knew and owned the very best

By Ray Cave

Quinsigamond Miracle

THE MIRACLE AT QUINSIGAMOND

Unsung Cornell upset mighty Harvard in the biggest one-day rowing regatta ever

By Kenneth Rudeen

A Countess Sets the Pace

Spikers at Work

Some Real Gassers

Doorway to Bass

Sa-Fra-Seeko Kid

THE SA-FRA-SEEKO KID

Mays is all right, Jones and McCovey, too, but in San Francisco they love Orlando Cepeda best. When he walks on the field—watch out, amigo!

By Roy Terrell

Chris Dunphy

'WHO ARE YOU, MON?'

He is Christopher J. Dunphy, the man who spices the golf of the rich and famous

By Alfred Wright

Spectacle

SADDLES AND SILKS

Harness Racing

Pacing has a new queen

The sport's biggest purse went to a game, lithe lass and her dedicated trainer

By William Leggett

Football

If there's time there's hope

So Michigan State Varsity learned in its annual game with the alumni as spring training ended with a thrilling flourish

By Alfred Wright

Horse Racing

The money horse

In the Preakness, Bally Ache will try to justify the huge sum paid for him

By Whitney Tower

Golf

Colonial omen

If tradition holds, Julius Boros, winner at Texas, is a good bet for the Open

By Dan Jenkins

Tip From The Top

Maximum speed at impact

By Blanche Sohl

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

CLARENCE PAUTZKE

'Feel like a kid again'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD