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May 27, 1957
May 27, 1957

Table of Contents
May 27, 1957

Acknowledgments
Indianapolis
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Ruler Restored
Hoak—Then And Now
Baseball X-Ray
One Town's Secret
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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SPEED—AND INDIANAPOLIS 14
The tragedy of Mille Miglia was still on the tongues of world leaders as the top U.S. drivers began to qualify for the "500." By KENNETH RUDEEN

This is an article from the May 27, 1957 issue

IN A PARIS WOOD 18
The Bois de Boulogne has something for both Parisians and tourists. ROBERT DOISNEAU presents it IN COLOR, and HORACE SUTTON writes its story

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 28
Co-eds go sailing in the spring...sports car fans launch a modern variant of the grand tour...how to chase a balloon

THE RULER IS RESTORED 34
Whitney Tower tells how a trainer and a jockey lifted a temperamental champion to new heights in Pimlico's 81st Preakness

DON HOAK: THEN AND NOW 41
Cincinnati's fiery third baseman proves that something as simple as a new stance can affect the entire pennant race. By ROY TERRELL

ONE TOWN'S SECRET 48
An old-fashioned formula for fitness pays off in Newtown, Conn. DOROTHY STULL reports on how it is done

PART III: THE LADY AND THE TROUT 52
John McDonald and DWIGHT A. WEBSTER reconstruct the Berners flies, and JOHN LANGLEY HOWARD paints them in four pages IN COLOR

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 4
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 9
•COMING EVENTS 10
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 24
•TIP FROM THE TOP 40
•BASEBALL X-RAY 47
•HOTBOX 76
•THE 19TH HOLE 78
•PAT ON THE BACK 80

Acknowledgments on page 9

COVER: JIM BRYAN

Photograph by Phil Bath

The man at the wheel of the Dean Van Lines Special on this week's cover was the champion U.S. driver for 1956 and thus carries No. 1 on the cars he drives exclusively for Owner Al Dean. For a description of how he plans to drive the Indianapolis Speedway at next week's "500," see page 16.

TWO PHOTOS

NEXT WEEK

PITCHING IN A PINCH
Clem Labine, top relief pitcher, illustrates the problems of the men who are always in trouble

PLUS
JOHN P. MARQUAND DISCOVERS CRAPS AND TRANQUILIZERS IN HAPPY KNOLL'S CADDIE ROOM