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May 16, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

If you tire of where your Hideout is, put it on a trailer and move elsewhere

By Pamela Knight

Yesterday

The Babe Cobb of Puerto Rico

One of the best ballplayers in the Caribbean never got to the big leagues, but his son has kept the name going

By Myron Cope

From Wire To Wire

THE KING FROM WIRE TO WIRE

Taking a quick lead and holding it, Kauai King won the Kentucky Derby to avenge a rankling defeat of the horse remembered as The Gray Ghost

By Whitney Tower

Dying Team

A DYING TEAM SCREAMS FOR HELP

Off to the worst start in their history, the New York Yankees, once cold-blooded champions of the American League, fired Manager Johnny Keane last week and reactivated General Manager Ralph Houk, who led them in better days

By William Leggett

Stanley Cup

HABS HOLD A TORCH BIEN HAUT

After a feeble start, in which they dropped the first two games to the fourth-place Detroit Red Wings, Montreal's Canadiens went on to win the Stanley Cup for the second time in a row and the 13th in National Hockey League history.

By Martin Kane

Black Brant

NEMESIS OF THE BLACK BRANT

For more years than most of us will live, Joshua Green has been shooting in the sloughs and coves of Puget Sound. Although he is now a banker, his heart is still on the water where he spent his youth

By Robert Cantwell

IT'S BIGGER THAN BINGO

Teen-Age Splasher

HE MAKES A SPLASH WITH A RIPPLE

Brad McKean glides through the water with such effortless grace that he hardly seems to be moving. He is, though, and fast, keeping ahead of other tigerish teen-agers in hot pursuit

By Coles Phinizy

People

PEOPLE

Bridge

Choked by the smother play

By Charles Goren

Track & Field

If at first you don't succeed try 33 more times

Not once in years of trying had UCLA beaten its crosstown rival, USC, in a dual meet. But Saturday the deprived Bruins finally got revenge

By Jack Tobin

Gymnastics

Now you can't, now you can

For a long time America's best gymnasts did not know whether they were eligible for the U.S. meet or not. They were, luckily

By Herman Weiskopf

Teton Trout

WHERE THE TROUT SLEEP LATE IN THE MORNING

There is no sweat to get an early start when one fishes with Alma Kunz on Idaho's Teton River. The trout don't wake up until 9 o'clock, and Alma is running a restful retreat—not a labor camp

By Jack Olsen

For The Record

A roundup of the sports information of the week

Baseball's Week

BASEBALL'S WEEK

By Harold Peterson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD