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May 30, 1960 Table Of Contents

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HORSE RACE EVENTS

The best of the Thoroughbred races from May 28 to July 4

Yesterday

JOE'S BAD DREAM

It started when a 15-year-old boy went to the mound to face the pennant-bound Cardinals

By Roger Williams

Editorials

EDITORIALS

Herb Elliott

THE NEW HERB ELLIOTT

Australia's superb miler may still be the best in the world, but he has lost his fierce dedication. Now he faces the challenge of Oregon's Dyrol Burleson, who is still hungry

By Tex Maule

SOME DWARFS TAKE A GIANT STEP

The U.S. Curtis Cup golfers adopted Disney nicknames, but there was nothing frivolous about the way they beat their British rivals

By Michael Demarest

Chess

A NOD FOR A TITLE

Sports Illustrated's correspondent in Moscow reports on the new world chess champion Mikhail Tal—and on the new chess era that opened with a smile

By Edmund Stevens

Wobbly Win for Sime

It's a Drag, Man!

Right Stance, Wrong Game

Lucky Novice

Wizard Of Indy

THE WIZARD OF INDY

He's car-builder A. J. Watson, and he has 11 chances to win next week's '500'

By Alfred Wright

Eighth Place

EIGHTH PLACE REVISITED

The Washington Senators help a comfort-loving fan to recapture an old serenity

By Gerald Holland

Spectacle

Beauties of the Past

Horse Racing

A grin four lengths wide

Ussery's triumphant smile reflected the ease of his Preakness win on Bally Ache

By Whitney Tower

Cards

It's simpler in slow motion

By Charles Goren

Food

A Chinese way with duck

By Evan Jones

Baseball

Pittsburgh's gang of pesky heroes

The Pirates seldom look like winners, but nobody seems to know how to make them lose

By Roy Terrell

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

ELLIE CHANCE

'A nice girl, but...'

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Sidney L. James

Events and Discoveries of the Week

FACES IN THE CROWD