Table of Contents

February 11, 1957

JUBILATION ON THE KAW 10
Kansas and Iowa State met in just about the most exciting basketball game of the season.
By JEREMIAH TAX

SPECTACLE: JUNE IN JANUARY 14
Rio de Janeiro has that to offer—and lots more.
By HORACE SUTTON, with four pages IN COLOR by ORMOND GIGLI

THE ANSWER TO "WHO WON?" 30
A new photographic device will be tried out at the Millrose Games to take the guesswork out of racing

DAYTONA SPEED WEEK: IRON ON THE SANDS 33
With Detroit moving in, Bill France's stock car baby has come of age. DONALD MACDONALD reports from the beach

A BIG LIFT FOR FITNESS 44
Weight lifting now has the endorsement of Physiologist Peter Karpovich.
By DOROTHY STULL, with some illustrated exercises

A BRIGHT MONTH FOR DOGS IN NEW YORK AND LONDON 52
Alice Higgins reports on the popular boxer, and JERRY COOKE photographs the world's biggest dog show IN COLOR

THE EPIC OF SPIKE WEBB: PART I 62
When Spike Webb left the Army to join up at Annapolis, he launched the U.S. Navy on an unforgettable era of fisticuffs and fun. NARDI REEDER CAMPION begins his life story, in the first of two parts

THE DEPARTMENTS

•COMING EVENTS 8
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 19
•THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 23
•SCOREBOARD 37
•SNOW PATROL 60
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 61
•THE 19TH HOLE 70
•PAT ON THE BACK 72

•Hotbox: JIMMY JEMAIL asks: If you saw someone violate fish and game laws, would you report him? 4

•Sporting Look: Batik is the exciting successor to Indian madras. Two pages IN COLOR 40

•Horse Racing: Guest columnist OSCAR OTIS defends "pasteboard tracks" on West Coast 48

•Golf: JAMES MURRAY reports the winter circuit struggle of Old and Young Guards 51

•Tip from the Top: RAY GAFFORD lines up some good advice on trajectory with irons 59

Acknowledgments on page 51

COVER: CH. BARRAGE OF QUALITY HILL

Photograph by Jerry Cooke

Entering the lists of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the noble boxer on this week's cover could well be the fourth of his breed to capture the coveted, ultimate award. For the success story of Barrage and the boxer breed, see pages 52-54.

THREE PHOTOS

IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE:

WHAT IT'S LIKE TO OWN A MAJOR LEAGUE CLUB
Ebullient Fred Knorr used to root for the Detroit Tigers. Now he is a co-owner. A portrait by Roy Terrell of an important new sports figure

TEXAS GOES WILD OVER BASKETBALL
It's getting so that the Southwest has more new stadiums than oil wells, reports Tex Maule

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