FRED HANEY LIGHTS A FIRE 12
Milwaukee folded in the stretch of last year's pennant race, but their manager has new plans for 1957

IBC: GUILTY AS CHARGED 16
The conspiracy to monopolize boxing gets its comeuppance in federal court. By MARTIN KANE

BEN HOGAN'S MODERN FUNDAMENTALS OF GOLF, PART II 26
The greatest golfer of our time explains the mysteries of stance and posture

THE ARTIST AND THE HEAVYWEIGHT 36
Floyd Patterson changed forever the night he won the title. Painter RUSSELL HOBAN recaptures a historic moment

GONZALES: KEY TO OPEN TENNIS? 40
Pancho the Great in a color and word portrait, plus a call for an open by WILLIAM F. TALBERT

SMOKETREE'S RANCHEROS AND THEIR GAUDY NEIGHBOR 52
California's exclusive playgrounds IN COLOR with text by HORACE SUTTON

CLIMAX ON THE COURT 59
JEREMIAH TAX reviews an exciting basketball season and previews the NCAA championship tournament

WINGS OF THE RED WINGS 66
Detroit, for the 19th consecutive year, is in hockey's Stanley Cup playoffs. MARSHALL DANN tells why

THE DEPARTMENTS

COMING EVENTS 9
EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 18
SCOREBOARD 50
THE 19TH HOLE 73
PAT ON THE BACK 76

Hotbox: JIMMY JEMAIL asks: Do you agree with the Ivy League ban on spring football? 7

Horse Racing: Reports from New Orleans by WHITNEY TOWER, Santa Anita by JAMES MURRAY 63

Outdoors: MARK SULLIVAN reports cheering news from Washington for conservationists 64

Skiing: MORT LUND follows the wonderfully successful Toni Sailer on his first U.S. trip 65

Acknowledgments on page 73

COVER: TED LINDSAY AND GORDON HOWE

Photograph by Richard Meek

Detroit Red Wing Superstars Lindsay and Howe are rarely as still as they appear on this week's cover. More often pro hockey's top scorers are seen in a crisscross of dazzling skating teamwork. For their story, told by Hockey Expert Marshall Dann, see page 66.

TWO PHOTOS

IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE:

THE SECRET OF SEBRING
America's foremost road classic has a dramatic surprise in store. It will be unveiled in next week's preview by Kenneth Rudeen. With evocative pictures in color by Richard Meek and a closeup of the nation's leading driver, Carroll Shelby

PLUS: LESSON III OF BEN HOGAN'S MODERN FUNDAMENTALS OF GOLF: THE FIRST PART OF THE SWING

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)