11—Robert Kniesche-The Sunpapers
12—Cypress Gardens, A.P., Lloyd Flowers-Columbus Citizen, A.P., Alfred Eisenstaedt-LIFE, Notional, Paddle Racket Assn., A.P.
16—courtesy Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc. (3), U.P.I.
17—courtesy Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc. (3), Santa Anita Race Track
26, 28—drawings by Ajay
32, 33—top, Marvin E. Newman, John Hamilton-Globe Photos, U.P.I. (3), Niels Lauritzen-Milwaukee Journal
34—upper left, Mainichi Shimbun
61—Marvin E. Newman
62—Marvin E. Newman, Niels lauritzen-Milwaukee Journal
68, 69—Myron Davis-LIFE
81—Herb Scharfman (4), John G. Zimmerman (4), Phil Bath.
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April 27, 1959
Outstanding tournaments, both pro and amateur, for the rest of the year
Cash pours into 300 windows, at $25,000 per minute, between harness races at Yonkers Raceway where, last week, a world-record one-night handle off $2,531,060 was set. Within seconds after each race, a small army off men and machines has computed prices on the winning horses, and cashiers at 200 other windows begin honoring winning tickets. Here are the steps between morning line and payoff
'Seven kids who wouldn't quit'