Table of Contents

July 14, 1957

BRITAIN'S BIG WEEK

Tennis history is made on Wimbledon's center court. By JOAN BRUCE 12
Bobby Locke's Open. By HENRY LONGHURST, Sunday Times golf writer 14
Cornell took it all at Henley. By JOHN LOVESEY 16

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 18
A new lens looks at baseball, and a new athlete stirs up Texas

THE MISSING LINK 27
An inventive genius of the air turns toward the sea. By COLES PHINIZY

SOME FACES IN THE ZOO 30
You may find your best friend among these animals photographed IN COLOR

A HERD OF HORSE SHOWS 36
The biggest season yet is not without its problems. By ALICE HIGGINS

MASS HIKERS IN THE SKY 38
Teen-agers and sexagenarians alike take on a Utah peak. IN COLOR

THE OKLAHOMA KIDS HIT TOWN 42
Lindy and Von McDaniel have Cardinal fans in a state of frenzy

ROAD AMERICA AND SOME WEEKEND HEROES 48
Amateurs come into their own on the Wisconsin track. By KENNETH RUDEEN

PART 5: THE ART OF RACE RIDING 50
EDDIE ARCARO discusses the most demanding part of a race—"The Finish"

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 6
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 8
•BASEBALL X-RAY 9
•COMING EVENTS 10
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 21
•HOTBOX 60
•THE 19TH HOLE 62
•TIP FROM THE TOP 63
•PAT ON THE BACK 64

COVER: ANIMAL MOODS

Photographed by Nina Leen—LIFE

This shy, sad creature is a baboon, and his tears probably result from a cold—but his display of emotion, like that of many another animal (see page 30), is remarkably human.

Acknowledgments on page 8

TWO PHOTOS

NEXT WEEK

THE N.Y. YANKEES
There are some mysteries about baseball's biggest empire. Now they are solved—and bluntly

PLUS: 'McDONOUGH'S MAGIC SHOVEL'—GERALD HOLLAND'S SEQUEL TO HIS STORY ON RON DELANY

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)