IBC LOSES THE FIGHT 10
Judge Ryan's decision and what it means. By MARTIN KANE

NEW FACES AND NEW FIGURES IN BASEBALL 12
The major leagues open their profit-and-loss books to the public—and the McDaniel brothers give St. Louis pennant fever

CORNELL LIVES UP TO ITS NOTICES 16
A closeup of crew champions in strain and victory. By DON PARKER

NO CHARITY FOR JUNIOR 18
Those Olympians are hanging on to their laurels. By COLES PHINIZY

SOMETHING FOR THE SAILORS 24
Yachting's heraldry—its signal flags and burgees—IN COLOR, plus a preview of the longest ocean race, Los Angeles to Honolulu

ST. ANDREWS: MAGIC AND MYSTERY 32
The famous course in COLOR pictures, and text by S. L. McKINLAY

JEWELS FOR A TROUT 38
A scientist photographs IN COLOR the startling world of fish food

AL LOPEZ: GOOD DAYS AND BAD 42
Trying to beat the Yankees is a heartbreaking job. By ROBERT CREAMER

PART 3: THE ART OF RACE RIDING 48
EDDIE ARCARO gives his own description of the start of a race

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 6
•BASEBALL X-RAY 7
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 8
•COMING EVENTS 9
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 20
•TIP FROM THE TOP 60
•HOTBOX 61
•THE 19TH HOLE 62
•PAT ON THE BACK 64

COVER: YACHTING FLAGS

Painted by Dan Todd

From A (top center) to Z (bottom right) this week's cover features the seaman's colorful alphabet. Vital to sailors (see page 24), these flags have equal fascination for the layman. Tip: cut out your initials to make your own insignia in the heraldry of the sea.

Acknowledgments on page 8

TWO PHOTOS

NEXT WEEK

BASEBALL IS KING
In an 11-page essay of magical sensitivity, Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson has captured the very essence of baseball

PLUS: A PREVIEW OF THE ALL-STAR GAME

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)