•AN SI SPECIAL: GAME CLEANUP IN TEXAS 46
The biggest raid in history against market hunters highlights the Outdoor Week
This is an article from the April 30, 1956 issue
•SPECTACLE: ITALY'S DASHING MILLE MIGLIA 17
Ferraris and Maseratis are the cars to watch in this week's classic
•NOT RAIN, NOR SNOW NOR SLEET... 22
How baseball got under way—despite weather and ceremonial—by ROBERT CREAMER
•GOLF IN THE DESERT 32
Las Vegas' Tournament of Champions is played on a course that used to blow away.
By ROBERT WERNICK
•QUITE A WEEK IN PRO BOXING 36
The bell clangs for action from New York to California. Blow-by-blow by MARTIN KANE
•QUITE A BOX IN MADISON 37
Boxing Prodigy Vinnie Ferguson takes a giant step toward Melbourne.
By ROBERT BOYLE
•THE BROWN TROUT: A SUCCESS STORY 42
A foreign fish becomes an American favorite. By CECIL HEACOX, with a painting by RUDOLF FREUND
•IKE RETURNS TO THE FAIRWAYS 50
When the President resumed his favorite sport, HANK WALKER was on hand to take pictures IN COLOR
•INTRODUCING CAPTAIN HUMPHREY BOGART 59
He's a tough guy in the movies, but at sea he's a sailor, as JAMES MURRAY shows
13 EVENTS & DISCOVERIES
26 THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
64 COMING EVENTS
65 THE 19th HOLE
68 PAT ON THE BACK
8 Hotbox: JIMMY JEMAIL asks: If the winners of the last 10 Kentucky Derbies were matched, which horse would you bet on?
41 Tip from the Top: AL ESPOSITO with some sage advice on that pesky shot, a bankside lie
53 Motor Sports: New York's International Auto Show opens this week and proves that, between them, the U.S. and Europe can produce a car for every taste
55 Horses: WHITNEY TOWER reports on more Derby tests, including one that resulted in a tough-luck disqualification
62 Yesterday: The underdog Atlantics of Brooklyn defeated Cincinnati's vaunted Red Stockings 86 years ago in one of the finest ball games ever played
Acknowledgments on page 64
COVER: THE BROWN TROUT
Photograph by Wallace Kirkland
"Finned dynamite" is how Cecil Heacox describes this dry fly favorite on page 42, and, judging by the dramatic photograph of Fisherman Lavant Egan, of Maple, Wis., shown here hooking a five-pounder, the brownie lives up to that description. To get the cover picture, Photographer Wallace Kirkland followed Egan as he fished his favorite holes in the Brule River in Wisconsin.
IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE
WHICH HORSE WILL WIN THE KENTUCKY DERBY?
Whitney Tower's analysis of the probabilities and Robert Riger's drawings of the candidates will help every fan make up his own mind
ARE SHORTS TOO SHORT AT HAPPY KNOLL?
There may be a difference of opinion here, but J. P. Marquand proves that the subject—at least—is popular with everybody