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June 10, 1963 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

Sunny Jim Sweeps the Bases

A remarkable record was set in the major leagues 39 years ago. It has never been surpassed

By Harold Rosenthal

C. M. Clay Esq.

C. Marcellus Clay Esq.

Martial music heralded an invasion of Britain last week. When the sound of trumpets turned out to be boxing's brash young man blowing his own horn, staid old London shuddered and dug in

Indianapolis

TWO AGAINST THE CLOCK AT INDY

By Kenneth Rudeen

Honest Warren Giles

HONEST WARREN GILES: HE ALWAYS STRIVES TO PLEASE

A man of continual controversy is the cherubic, charming, deceptively relaxed president of the National League. Challenge the right of his 10 bosses to run baseball as they choose and Giles is a bulldog off a leash

By Gerald Holland

THE CADENCES OF CREW

Horse Racing

Distance is the truest test

None of the 3-year-olds in the Belmont has yet raced 12 furlongs; the winner can claim class championship

By Whitney Tower

Dogs

Finding new fun in the fields

An informal kind of field trial gives family-bred retrievers a fine chance to enjoy themselves

By Virginia Kraft

Bridge

Out to beard the Blue

By Charles Goren

Baseball

The big league batter with the built-in slump

Among weak-hitting pitchers the greatest is Bob Buhl, who not only can't hit his weight but once didn't hit his hat size

By Robert Creamer

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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