Table of Contents

June 05, 1955

4 SCOREBOARD
15 EVENTS & DISCOVERIES
28 THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
58 FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
76 COMING EVENTS
77 THE 19TH HOLE
80 PAT ON THE BACK

19 SPECTACLE: SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING
Grace in the water, photographed IN COLOR by MARK KAUFFMAN, with a guide to the new sport by LEE GRIGGS

24 VICTORY AND DEATH AT "THE BRICKYARD"
An eye-witness report of the Memorial Day "500" at Indianapolis by ALFRED WRIGHT

34 THE NINE LIVES OF LEO DUROCHER
Part III: Suspension and disgrace: West Coast exile and a return to greatness. Last of a series by ROBERT SHAPLEN

36 FUN IN EUROPE
For that overseas vacation, some tips on major and minor events of interest to sportsmen, spectators and spenders

38 NAVY'S MR. ROWING
Rusty Callow in profile by PAUL O'NEIL, IN COLOR by HY PESKIN

60 OPERATION BIG BREAKFAST
Nearly six billion birds the country over are busy at the huge job of feeding fledglings. By JOHN O'REILLY, with color photographs by DAVID GOODNOW

66 HARPOONS AWAY!
In the wide sea off Madeira the film crew shooting MOBY DICK finds rugged whalers still hunting Nantucket-style. By JOHN HUSTON

THE DEPARTMENTS:

6 Hotbox: JIMMY JEMAIL asks: Is Babe Didrikson the greatest all-round athlete of all time?

43 Baseball: ROBERT CREAMER muses about that ol' black magic of Sal Maglie's, and Giant-Dodger rivalry in general

45 Inside Baseball: PAUL RICHARDS on pinch-hitters, and how to choose and use them

46 Track: HERMAN HICKMAN digs into the history, past and current, of the javelin

49 Horses: WHITNEY TOWER reveals why Saratoga was the big story behind Nashua's victory in the Preakness

50 Tennis: WILLIAM F. TALBERT discusses Australia's Davis Cup problems and answers Jack Kramer's blast on money-making amateurism

54 Tip from the Top: JOE NOVAK with some advice on the pigeon-toed stance

56 Keep in the Pink: WILLIAM WHITE starts a three-part series on massage

64 Fishing: HORACE SUTTON tells about an angler's paradise in French Canada

COVER: RAINBOW TROUT

Photograph by David Goodnow

The rainbow on our cover is doing what comes naturally—leaping—at the sting of a fly's hook. No trout matches the rainbow's reputation as an aerial performer, and probably no trout has been as widely introduced. This native of the U.S. West has been stocked in New Zealand, Chile, East Africa and Europe, to name a few far places. In French Canada they call this splendid fish arc-en-ciel—literally "arch in the sky"—and Horace Sutton reports on the unusual trout fishing there in an article on page 64.

Acknowledgements on page 48

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IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE

IKE'S FAVORITE BRIDGE HAND: TRY IT YOURSELF
Everyone knows the President as a golfer. Here is the little-known story of the game he plays best

THE MENACE TO OUR NATIONAL PARKS
Unless John Citizen takes drastic action soon, says Wallace Stegner, a great heritage will be destroyed

MEET THE ATKINSONS
An introduction to Ted and his wife Martha, and a report on the home life of a top-notch jockey

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