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Champion

How to Make a Champion out of a 4-year-old

By Parke Cummings

Attack At Indy

THE '500' UNDER ATTACK

A new breed of car and a new breed of driver are out in force for the first time at Indianapolis. Together they threaten a sacred racing tradition and a decade of mechanical orthodoxy

By Kenneth Rudeen

CANDY SPOTS WINS IN THE CLASSIC MANNER

Overtaking the front runners when called upon, then repelling the late closers with a majestic drive in the stretch, California's Candy Spots shows in the Preakness the power and heart of a champion

By Whitney Tower

ERNIE DAVIS A MAN OF COURAGE

By Alfred Wright

Cold, Wet and Happy

Southpaw Bob

GOLF GETS ITS FIRST SOUTHPAW HERO

Bob Charles, a slender and solemn pro, comes up from New Zealand to strike a blow for left-handers

By Alfred Wright

Baseball

A gift for making a bad situation much worse

Roger Maris, too human to act good like a hero should, has turned into the fans' favorite villain instead

By Robert Creamer

Rowing

The right way to row is to head for Tokyo

Paced by a couple of challengers from other nations, Americans were rowing against each other on a California creek and a Massachusetts lake, but their minds were on a finish line that lies across the Pacific

By Rex Lardner

Bridge

Caught in a cannibal coup

By Charles Goren

Littlest Angel

ALBIE PEARSON: THE LITTLEST ANGEL

The center fielder for Los Angeles is a hot dog at the plate and behaves publicly like every small man since Napoleon, so why does he refuse to shoot pool with Bo Belinsky?

By Gilbert Rogin

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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