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July 21, 1957

SECRETS OF THE YANKEES 8
The story behind baseball's winningest team. By ROY TERRELL

$427,100 IN TWO MINUTES

Eddie and Dedicate took the Monmouth Handicap. By M. R. WERNER 14
Clem won the big one at Arlington. By WILLIAM LEGGETT 15
To California's Round Table the day's third fat purse. By MELVIN DURSLAG 16

ROBERT MOSES AND THE DODGER MOVE 26
A chronicle and a peppery critique by the New York park commissioner

SAGA OF TWO ADVENTUROUS HONEYMOONERS 30
IN COLOR, an attractive sporting couple's exotic, 30,000-mile wedding trip

NOTHING COULD BE FINER 38
That's what they sing about Dyna, the Great Lakes' newest yacht

EXIT THE CROCODILE 43
Rae Johnstone, international jockey, has retired. By WILLIAM MCHALE

FUN IN THE SUN 50
A SPORTING LOOK at some of the brightest seaside clothing yet

MR. McDONOUGH'S MAGIC SHOVEL 54
Part I of an Irish sequel to GERALD HOLLAND'S Ron Delany story

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 4
•BASEBALL X-RAY 5
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 6
•COMING EVENTS 7
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 17
•WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 21
•TIP FROM THE TOP 60
•HOTBOX 61
•THE 19TH HOLE 62
•PAT ON THE BACK 64

COVER: HANK BAUER

Photograph by Arthur Daley

An aggressive, versatile player who can win ball games in the field, on the bases or at bat, Hank Bauer has the awesome look of a real Yankee. Roy Terrell's answers to five frequently asked questions about this most famous of ball clubs can be found starting on page 8.

Acknowledgments on page 6

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PLUS: THE FABULOUS HAMPTONS—THE EAST'S POSHEST PLAYGROUND IN TEXT BY HORACE SUTTON, COLOR BY TONI FRISSELL

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