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Contents

Britons keep a bushy upper lip
18
Mustaches
Faubus defiance of federal rule
28
Orval Faubus; 1910-1994
I'm a country boy, says Governor Faubus
30
Madison County (Ark.)
Elsewhere, some violence and setbacks
33
Public schools (Desegregation)
Police firmness in Nashville
34
Frederick John KASPER
Eminent American jurists
63
Judges
Revolving door court
69
Courts, Municipal
Wide-eyed ivories
91
Art, Primitive
All the U.S. will soon know Suzy
94
Suzy Parker; 1933-.
Gunner's choice
101
Duck shooting

States' rights issue
40
United States National Guard, Education (Southern States), Public schools (Desegregation), States' rights, Little Rock (Ark.) (Education)
Lafayette, we are here, everywhere
45
Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier LA FAYETTE (marquis de)
After 450 years, a safe Northwest passage
53
Northwest Passage
Champions' duet of smashing serves
56
Malcolm Anderson, Althea Gibson; 1927-., Tennis
Sad day at the bear pool
59
Bears
Qualities of justice
62
Courts, Justice, Administration of
Portrait
63
Learned Hand (American judge.); 1872-1961, Curtis Bok; 1897-1962, Irving Ben Cooper (judge.); 1902-1996, Laurance Mastick HYDE, David L. Bazelon (American judge.), Bolitha James LAWS, John J. Parker (American judge.); 1885-1958, Arthur T. VANDERBILT, Phil Sheridan GIBSON, John Foster Dulles (American Secretary of state.); 1888-1959, C. E. Wilson, William Henry Seward (American senator and Secretary of state.); 1801-1872
Poet's pilgrimage
109
Robert Frost; 1874-1963
3:10 to Yuma
117
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
In image of the master
118
Mathew B. Brady; ca. 1823-1896, Edward CLARK, Photography, Journalistic
Two presidents as sitters
124
Dwight David Eisenhower (American president); 1890-1969 (Statues, portraits, etc), Harold Macmillan (British prime minister); 1894-1986 (Statues, portraits, etc), Abraham Lincoln (American president); 1809-1865 (Statues, portraits, etc)
Rugged shakedown for a tough team
129
Texas A & M University, Football
Junk wins tv quiz shows
137
Television broadcasting (Game shows)
Fiesta to fulfill an ancient vow
153
Festivals, Santa Fe (N.M.)

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