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Golf Events

TOP GOLF EVENTS

Leading professional and amateur tournaments through May 21

Yesterday

A Case for Sherlock

The Jeffries-Johnson title prize fight nearly had Arthur Conan Doyle as its referee

By Mitchell Rawson

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS March 10 to March 16

The Big Fight

WILL THE TIGER BE BACK?

Vengefully, Floyd Patterson (below) felled Ingemar Johansson last summer to regain the heavyweight title. But in their first fight Floyd had been a Iamb. Now the champion will try to prove that he is an enduring tiger

By Gilbert Rogin

WHAT INGO MUST DO TO WIN

By Robert Riger

Royal Hunt

Royal Way to Kill a Cat

Only the tiger failed to get the joke as organized royalty on elephant back moved through a trimmed jungle to hunt à la mode

French Triumph

FRANCE TAKES A DEEP DRAUGHT OF VICTORY

After a decade of finishing everywhere but first, the French have mustered their resources to make themselves the No. 1 power in international ski racing—and in dollar income from skiing

By John Mecklin

Hockey

The Leafs' winning punch

That's George Imlach, the man behind the men wresting the NHL title from Montreal

By Kenneth Rudeen

Horse Racing

Four-and-Twenty, skiddoo!

Though strictly a front runner, this well-bred colt is now the West's Derby favorite

By Whitney Tower

Basketball

The field against the Buckeyes

Last year's champion, Ohio State, is this year's best bet for the NCAA title

By Ray Cave

Baseball

Angels in the bushes

It's lively in the training camp of the brand-new Los Angeles club, but it's pleasantly relaxed, too

By Roger Williams

Cards

It pays to be bad

By Charles Goren

DANCE OF THE GYMS

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Basketball's Week

Basketball's Week

By Mervin Hyman

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

BOB MUIR

Pre-Olympic coach

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