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FOREIGN EVENTS

In Great Britain through May

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 5 to May 11

Point Of Fact

A Kentucky Derby quiz to test the ingenuity and add to the knowledge of the $2 bettor and the racing expert

By Bettina Blackford

Yesterday

The 18 Strikeouts of Bob Feller

Hank Greenberg was expected to top a home run record that day, but it became a pitcher's game

By Maury Allen

Portrait Of A Fixer

PORTRAIT OF A FIXER

By Ray Cave

The Masterpiece

THE MASTERPIECE IN MILWAUKEE

By Tex Maule

THREE FOR THE FUTURE

Out of the thousands of athletes participating in relay track meets last week came two sprinters and a pole vaulter whose performances were Olympian

PINK COATS IN THE SAGE

Gary Player

A JITTERY GOLF CHAMPION

That's what Gary Player is right now, but the evidence suggests he will be able to adjust to success before it gets away from him

By Alfred Wright

Tokyo Olympics

TOKYO CHANGES FACE FOR ASIA'S FIRST OLYMPICS

The 1964 Games are still three years away, but the Japanese, who want to put on the best show ever, already have mastered many of the problems of staging the world's largest carnival

By Donald S. Connery

Atlantic City

TO ATLANTIC CITY BY HIGH-SPEED BUS

Hong Kong's old hat, Tahiti's going through a phase, but a lately untraveled man finds there's adventure enough on the Turnpike Express and the Boardwalk

By Gerald Holland

HOME FOR A DESIGNING JOCKEY

Bill Hartack's luxurious bachelor quarters in Florida reflect the independent spirit for which he is famous and his own developing tastes in interior decoration

By William Leggett

Bowling

The Classic: sweat, misery and cash

Viscous alleys and logs in the Pinspotters make the Petersen a frustrating tournament, but the money can't be beat

By George Walsh

Horse Racing

Preview postscript

By Whitney Tower

Chess

The young Botvinnik

An aging champion created a new training technique to recover the fire of youth—and his title

By Edmund Stevens

Sporting Look

The Design Award winners

Emilio Pucci Becomes the first European to win the Sporting Look Award, while New York's Jeanne Essig is selected as the Designer of the year

By Jo Ahern Zill

J. Winkfield

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 YEARS

The improbable saga of J. Winkfield, jockey, who galloped away from two straight Kentucky Derby victories to become a Phileas Fogg on horseback. He rode winners from Warsaw to Moscow to Paris, escaped Bolsheviks and Nazis, became a famous French trainer. This Saturday he returns to Churchill Downs

By Roy Terrell

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Maury Allen

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

JERRY FLORA

High schooling

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