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DOG SHOW SCHEDULE

The major dog shows in June

Clubhouse Of Catchers

A clubhouse full of catchers

The Yankees have four of the best in the business despite a catching shortage in baseball

By Maury Allen

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS June 2 to June 8

Tangle In Philly

SHEP TANGLES WITH THE BOYS

A stubborn horseman is fighting Pennsylvania's politicians. At stake are millions of dollars—and perhaps the future of U.S. harness racing

By Ray Cave

27'½"—WORLD'S LONGEST JUMP

During a weekend of fine performances in California and New York, Ralph Boston (left) hurled his long, slender body farther than any man before him

By Tex Maule

CANDIDATE FOR ELECTION TO AN EXCLUSIVE CLUB

By Whitney Tower

Bald Is for Fishes

Finley

CHARLIE FINLEY AND BUGS BUNNY IN K.C.

With high-powered hustle and gimmicks like a mechanical rabbit, baseball's newest owner (left) hopes to charm reluctant Kansas City fans

By Rex Lardner

Eye on the Wind

Hunt Meetings

RACING IN STYLE

In the world of hunt meetings, the fashions are British, the participants distinguished, the riding rugged—but all blend together with a picnic mood to create a unique country sport

By Alice Higgins

Cards

The sound of bidding

By Charles Goren

Baseball

The thinking hitter

He's the best kind, says Pittsburgh Coach George Sisler, who doesn't like 'guessers'

By Tex Maule

Boxing

Tough kid from Anzio

Italy's Giulio Rinaldi, who upset Archie Moore in Rome, hopes to do it again for the title next week

By Walter Bingham

Conservation

An agony of abundance

Public hunting in national parks? It will be tried this fall, to keep animals from starving

By John O'Reilly

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

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

BETTY HERRMANN

Fitness bee

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