6, 9-11—Hy Peskin
18—drawings by Ajay
23—A.P. (2), E. Montefiore-AGIPAN, A.P.
26, 27—top. Art Rogers-Los Angeles Times; bottom, U.P., A.P. (2)
32—A.P. (2), U.P., Chopin's Photo Shop, I.N.P.
33—Ralph Fox, I.N.P., European, I.N.P. (2)
36—Rocco Morabito, Jacksonville Journal, U.P.
37—Max Peter Haas, Samuel Cooper, Max Peter Haas
38—Pan American World Airways System
39—J. C. Meadors
64, 65—Culver Service, Frederic Hill Meserve
Table of Contents
July 30, 1956
WHEN ODD FELLOWS GET TOGETHER, THE SEPARATION OF POWERS, TO SEE OR NOT TO SEE THE IRISH, STRANGE SOUNDS IN A HAT, A PROPOSITION FOR A DREAM RACE
In the dimly lit world of boxing, the classic—and therefore most closely guarded—relationship is that between the manager and fighter. One of the few persons ever permitted to penetrate the protective shadow which conceals their everyday dealings is Robert H. Boyle. On the pages that follow, Boyle recounts his conversations with a manager and a fighter on a day climaxed by a bout. For reasons which are obvious, the names of the principals are withheld. The facts are not.
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- Edited by Tom Lineaweaver
Based on regular weekly dispatches from SI bureaus and special correspondents in the U.S., Canada. Mexico and overseas; and on reports from fish and game commissions of the 48 states and Alaska