Table of Contents

June 02, 1957

BIG SHOW—BIGGERTO COME 14
Records fell like ninepins in Los Angeles as the world's finest track athletesled the season toward its climax. By JAMES MURRAY

SEATTLE'SDRAMAMINE DERBY 18
Tough and terrific is the Swiftsure ocean race. With four pages IN COLOR

CADDIE CRISIS ATHAPPY KNOLL 34
Another report by JOHN P. MARQUAND from America's favorite country club

THEY CALL HIM MR.TROUBLE 43
Golfer Doug Ford is now king of the circuit. By GWILYM BROWN

OF CUPS ANDCOURAGE 46
A young rider stars in old-style country steeplechasing. By ALICE HIGGINS

BUSY, BUSY JUMBO50
A look at Coach Jim (Jumbo) Elliott and his Villanova track team as they getready to meet the best of the West. By COLES PHINIZY

DARLIN' CLEMLABINE 54
The king of the Brooklyn Dodgers' bullpen. By ROBERT CREAMER

CUS D'AMATOOUTPOINTS THE IBC 64
The law-harried IBC drops another decision. By MARTIN KANE

PART IV: THE LADYAND THE TROUT 66
Concluding the series on Dame Juliana Berners, JOHN MCDONALD details herliterary legacy and indulges in a fascinating speculation

THEDEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 8
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 11
•COMING EVENTS 12
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 23
•WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 27
•TIP FROM THE TOP 45
•BASEBALL X-RAY 63
•HOTBOX 76
•THE 19TH HOLE 78
•PAT ON THE BACK 80

Acknowledgmentson page 11

COVER: CLEMLABINE

Photograph byJohn G. Zimmerman

A relief pitcherused to be considered an inferior, a last-resort substitute. Today, however, athoroughly reliable bullpen star like Clem Labine of the Brooklyn Dodgers isincluded in any list of the most valued players in baseball. See Darlin' ClemLabine on page 54.

NEXT WEEK

THIS YEAR YOU CAN PLAY BETTER TENNIS
Donald Budge, one of the game's alltime great players, and Davis Cup CaptainWilliam F. Talbert teach the four basic strokes with Artist Ed Vebell. Learnthem and have a lot more fun on the court

PLUS: THE U.S. OPEN BY HERBERT WARREN WIND

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

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