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Roses For The Shoe
ROSES FOR THE SHOE
Babs Shoemaker came to the Kentucky Derby with a bushel of American Beauties on her head, in case her husband did not win any. It was a needless precaution. After a skillful ride on Lucky Debonair, Willie relaxed in the Jockey's Room—having won enough Kentucky roses to make a new hat for Babs
DEADLY SLIDE FOR THE DODGERS
The Dodgers abandoned power hitting and bet their pennant chances on speed, pitching and Tommy Davis' bat. Last Saturday Davis broke his ankle (below) and Los Angeles dreams of success shattered with it
A HARD TOE RIGHT TO THE JAW
No man to pull punches when victory is at stake, Montreal Hockey Coach Toe Blake goaded the Canadiens to their 11th Stanley Cup championship by sheer cussedness and the diplomacy of a dock walloper
Two Girls
THIS IS THE WAY THE GIRLS GO
Two strictly feminine teen-agers from towns and backgrounds widely separated are proving that running for distance is not so un-American after all THIS IS THE WAY THE GIRLS GO
Caribbean Tennis
People
Rugby
The playing and the partying were loovly
Notre Dame's rugger boys, who didn't know a scrum-down from a loose-forward five years ago, scored with 15 seconds to go to win the Irish Challenge Cup, but plucky Toronto showed who was boss at the parties
Bridge
Forbidding Land
THE ONCE FORBIDDING LAND
Enduring men have brought abundance to the L.B.J. country of central Texas—birthland of the President. It is a stubborn place, but a country where there is dancing room for the human spirit and where it is still a virtue to own and work a piece of land
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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