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Shopwalk

Former Champion René Lacoste has designed a new steel tennis racket

By Paul Stewart

Yesterday

Two Flew Out of the Cuckoo Clock

It was a comic opera of a fight, with a lot of laughs and a lot of blood—and starring those talented comedians, Max Baer and Two-Ton Tony Galento

By Frank Graham Jr.

Two Foreign Blokes

TWO FOREIGN BLOKES SHOCK THE SLAMMERS

America's power-conscious long hitters expected to dominate the U.S. Open, but it was little Gary Player from South Africa who ended up beating Australia's deft Kel Nagle in a playoff

By Alfred Wright

IT WAS MURDER ITALIAN STYLE

An imposing American Ford team was massacred at Le Mans as an underpowered Ferrari from Italy, driven by a myopic American and an unknown Austrian, won the classic French sports car endurance race

By John Lovesey

Crew Championships

CHAMPIONSHIPS MINUS THE CHAMP

Competition was tense on Onondaga Lake as underdog Navy won the IRA, but there was no competition at all on the Thames River. Harvard was there

By Hugh Whall

The Great Wall

THE GREAT WALL OF BOSTON

Fenway Park's left-field fence, seemingly only a few feet beyond third base, fascinates hitters and scares pitchers, and its presence hypnotizes the Boston Red Sox into perennial mediocrity

By Jack Mann

People

PEOPLE

Track & Field

A bunch of the boys were whooping it up

A cluster of the brightest high school track stars in the U.S. met at Sacramento and turned in some startling, grown-up performances

By Joe Jares

Bridge

A message from Agent 0-32.92

By Charles Goren

Tranquillity

A SHOCKING APPROACH TO TRANQUILLITY

'PIONEERS IN EVERY SENSE'

With a big name, a big bankroll and the nerve to risk millions of dollars in some of the world's littlest places, imaginative Laurance Rockefeller (below) is a resort builder without peer

By Gwilym S. Brown

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Sidney L. James

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD