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Belmont

THE HORSE RACE THAT A MAN MAY WIN

A classic challenge at a mile and a half, the Belmont proves trainers as much as horses. This year the men behind the entries are a colorful crew

By Whitney Tower

U.S. Open

CHAMPIONSHIP TRIAL ON A U.S. SAHARA

When the Open, the biggest of all golf tournaments, gets under way at Pittsburgh's awesome Oakmont next week, audacious Arnold Palmer and his colleagues will be matched against a desert of sand and some huge, fast greens that rise and fall like dunes. A 283 won the last Open there, and should again

By Alfred Wright

U. S. Open

A GOLF COURSE FOR MEN OF STEEL

By Roy Terrell

FIERCE TEST FOR AN ANGLER

Motor Sports

The 'W Corps' wins a fancy '500'

The corps is Wilke, Watson and Ward, and they harvested the richest Indy through flawless planning and execution

By Kenneth Rudeen

Sporting Look

Inspirational short

Baseball

Nobody knows mayonnaise except the pitchers

Manny Jimenez of the Kansas City Athletics has a perplexing name, an oddball style and the best hitting average in the league

By Huston Horn

Soccer

Chile shows the world

The international championship will focus the attention of the largest audience drawn to a single contest

By Roy Terrell

Little Pal

Take a Little Pal to the Ball Game

By James Ransom

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

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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