THE BIG AUTO RACE 16
Detroit's chieftains gamble $1.5 billion on the 1958 cars as Chevvy fights to regain industry leadership from Ford. By KENNETH RUDEEN

FOOTBALL IN THE BACKYARD 22
The high school game IN COLOR, with a report on its light and serious sides

THE SCRUTABLE EAST 38
From Tokyo HERBERT WARREN WIND tells how Japan's golfers won the Canada Cup

IT BELONGED TO THE COACHES 42
Mentors made more news than players in many of the seventh week's games

DECISION OUT OF CONFUSION 46
The horse race of the year is finally coming off at Garden State

THE KING OF FINE HARNESS 49
A great horse, The Lemon Drop Kid, wins again at Kansas City; but General Mariles gets embroiled at Harrisburg. By ALICE HIGGINS

EARLY AMERICA'S SPORTING ART 55
IN COLOR, the best of the famous Garbisch collection of primitives

THE JOCKEY CLUB: 65 MEN AND THE HORSE 60
The story of racing's most exclusive—and misunderstood—club

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 7
•PRO PARADE 10
•PIGSKIN PANORAMA 11
•HICKMAN'S HUNCHES 11
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 12
•FROM THE FLYWAYS 12
•COMING EVENTS 15
•WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 28
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 32
•CARDS ON THE TABLE 69
•BONNIE PRUDDEN 70
•HOTBOX 72
•TIP FROM THE TOP 74
•THE 19TH HOLE 78
•PAT ON THE BACK 80

Acknowledgments on page 12

COVER: THE LEMON DROP KID

Photograph by John G. Zimmerman

The haughty fine harness horse on the cover is the greatest of his kind ever to tread the tanbark. But behind his highly successful present career with Jay Utz, his trainer, who is driving him here, is a near-outlaw past. For more about this sensational show horse, see page 49.

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

NEXT WEEK

THE TEN SECRETS OF BOWLING
World Champion Don Carter and Artist Anthony Ravielli present a scientific guide that will mean strikes for 20 million U.S. bowlers

PLUS:
TEX MAULE TELLS THE REAL REASONS WHY OKLAHOMA IS UNBEATABLE IN FOOTBALL

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)