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Shopwalk

Summertime—and the livin' will be made easier for kids and parents by stores offering camp gear and services

By Jule Campbell

Yesterday

An English Bobby on Horseback

The game—and the day—were saved by a calm policeman and a horse who understood people

By John Lovesey

Boom

BOOM GOES BASEBALL

The game busted out all over with tinseled stadiums, fascinating new teams and a touch of carnival hoopla. Outlook: more color, more interest, more baseball

By Walter Bingham

MY FIGHT IN DEFENSE OF BOXING

James A. Farley Jr. is a bank president and one of three members of the New York State Athletic Commission. The son of the former Postmaster General of the U.S., the 33-year-old Farley has had a close interest in boxing since he was a youngster. Not a man to duck a battle, he has chosen this highly critical time to speak out in behalf of a sport he loves

By James A. Farley Jr.

World Sports

WHICH IS THE BEST SPORTS COUNTRY IN THE WORLD?

The U.S.? Russia? It depends on how and what you count, but this year will be the biggest one ever

Paper House

IT'S ONLY A PAPER HOUSE

By Huston Horn

Hopkins

MASSACRE ON A MUDDY PLAIN

Springtime's fiercest game is lacrosse, once played for blood by Indians and now played for glory by collegians. The sport's focal point is Baltimore, where Johns Hopkins fights for a championship

By John Underwood

FURY IN A FROTHY POOL

Horse Racing

Tip: pick a winner out of your hat

The evidence is obscure but here is some guidance for doping this year's field of Derby long shots

By Whitney Tower

Bullfight

What the horns couldn't do

No bull could kill the matador of the century, Juan Belmonte, but in Seville last week a pistol did

By Logan Bentley

Tennis

Young man coming on strong

A UCLA freshman from Puerto Rico named Pasarell looks better than many seniors on the court

By Roger Williams

Golf

Some reflections on an explosive tournament

Arnold Palmer's exciting victory in this year's Masters championship blacked out several fine performances and rare moments that are well worth recalling and noting

By Alfred Wright

Bridge

In Dutch with Esperanto

By Charles Goren

Baseball Books

A Sneering Laugh with the Bases Loaded

In boys' baseball books, heroes not only won games but solved crimes and saved towns. Here is the first study of an American subliterature that came close to art

By Robert Cantwell

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

FACES IN THE CROWD

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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