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May 29, 1961 Table Of Contents

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GOLF EVENTS

Major tournaments through July 1

Shopwalk

Fly-fishermen gather every day at the Angler's Cove, which keeps the air of a country store in a big-city setting

By Duncan Barnes

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS May 26 to June 1

The "500"

BRITISH BULLET AT INDY

Jack Brabham's little Cooper, safely in Tuesday's "500," brings the threat of revolution to the foremost U.S. auto race

By Kenneth Rudeen

A Ruse

A RUSE FLUSHES SOME EAGER RECRUITERS

As the basketball scandal continues to spread to more colleges, an enterprising graduate student's term paper exposes the frantic attitude that contributes to the tragedy

By Ray Cave

Horse Racing

THREE LEGS ON TWO CROWNS

Carry Back's Preakness victory gave him the second leg of his Triple Crown, while Bowl of Flowers' Acorn triumph was her first in the filly competition. Both were gritty, come-from-behind stretch runs, and an eventual meeting of the two young champions is something to hope for

By Whitney Tower

A LADY WHO WAS ALMOST TOO LATE

By William Leggett

Human Howitzer

GOLF'S HUMAN HOWITZER

Big George Bayer hits a golf ball like Mickey Mantle hits a baseball, only three times as far. His one big problem: how to make the rest of his game match the quality of his drives

By Alfred Wright

ABC OF BOWLING

Trotting Race

HOW TO ENJOY A TROTTING RACE

By Del Miller

Baseball

Baltimore's quick-tempered jim-dandy

Jim Gentile is hitting home runs and winning games for the Orioles, but he may resume his war with water coolers if things go wrong

By Walter Bingham

Boxing

'Like a little lost puppet'

That is the way Bill Nieder, the Olympic shotput champion, described his desolate, bewildered frame of mind before and during the ludicrous two minutes of his first professional fight

By Gilbert Rogin

Rowing

Sprinting from coast to coast

Short races and long rivalries marked the meetings of the best college crews in East and West

By Roger Williams

Cards

A general's strategy

By Charles Goren

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

DAVID CLARK

Little league rodeo

Departments

SCORECARD

FACES IN THE CROWD