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May 30, 1966 Table Of Contents

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Want to take a fast trip to Honolulu at home? Write a note to Orchids of Hawaii

By Jeannette Bruce

Speed And Speculation

More Speed and Speculation

One of the best golfers of all time discusses the faults of the modern game and suggests how they can be rectified

By Alfred Wright

Booktalk

If you gamble, never gamble to win, and never play poker with John Scarne

By Robert Cantwell

Title Fights

BLOOD AT THE ARSENAL

A fastidious Cassius Clay managed to avoid Henry Cooper's vulnerable eyebrows for five rounds. But a right in the sixth tapped a geyser, drowning the challenger's hopes for the heavyweight title

By Edwin Shrake

AND AN IRISHMAN TAKES A SHELLACKING AT SHEA

By Mark Kram

THE KING CLOSES IN ON A CROWN

Wire-to-wire winner of the Derby, Kauai King romped off with the Preakness using a different strategy. He thereby established himself as the clear favorite to capture the Belmont and the Triple Crown

By Whitney Tower

SMASH NEW ACT OF THE SEASON

Baseball's biggest winter trade brought Frank Robinson from the Reds to the Orioles to join Brooks Robinson. Together the two have won game after game for a team that has lacked consistency

By William Leggett

Indianapolis

A BIG HOOSIER HURRY

FASTEST HEE-RO AT INDY

THE MAN BUCKLING ON HIS HELMET IS MARIO ANDRETTI. STILL UNKNOWN, HE IS NOW THE YOUNGEST U.S. DRIVING CHAMPION, AND AT 26 THE FASTEST HEE-RO AT INDY

By Barbara La Fontaine

Star With A Stick

NAVY'S STAR WITH A STICK

Even in Maryland, where lacrosse enjoys exalted status and local talent is idolized, Jimmy Lewis of New York is hailed as the game's best player

By Frank Deford

People

PEOPLE

Golf

Sweet talk from Old Wool

That's what there is always a lot of at the Colonial, where Bruce Devlin won the money and Tournament Chairman Frank Rogers ran the show

By Dan Jenkins

Harness Racing

The wreck from down under paces on top

Cardigan Bay is lucky to be alive, let alone racing, and he is too old by U.S. standards, but his early years in New Zealand and competition on narrow tracks stood him in good stead when he met our own superhorse

By Pat Ryan

Bridge

Just when our hopes were up the Italians set us down

After days of being behind, the North Americans made their move, but then two key hands insured another world title for the Blue Team

By Charles Goren

Search And Rescue

SAR

Officially the letters stand for Search and Rescue, but to the patient, long-suffering men of the U.S. Coast Guard they really mean: Never underestimate the ignorance of a man in a boat

By Edwin Shrake

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 Garry Valk

SCORECARD

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD