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Contents

Bourke-White's twenty-five years
16
Margaret Bourke-White (American photographer.); 1904-1971
Sleeper is Derby eye opener
37
Horse racing
Cleanup for the biggest American flag
46
American flag
Night of lurid drama in Saigon palace
48
Dinh Diem Ngo (South Vietnamese president.); 1901-1963, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)Riots, VietnamPolitics and government
Revolution in the U.S.
55
United States (Economic conditions)
Precocious Parisienne
97
Francoise Sagan; 1935-.
Big uplift for plastics
107
Mylar
Soprano's second comeback
117
Marjorie Lawrence; 1908-1979
Birds in spring
123
Birds (Habits and behavior, Photographs), Water birds
Schoolyard skyrocket
133
Playgrounds (Equipment)

Revolution in Vietnam
55
Vietnam (Politics and government)
Jordan's king takes a wife
56
Hussein (King of Jordan); 1935-1999
Victims at Yucca Flat: mannequins
58
Nuclear weapons (Testing)
Soviet smiles on Austria
63
World War, 1939-1945 (Treaties), Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Austria)
East brightens West
71
Costume (East Asia), Fashion
Check on bad checks
81
Check fraud
Horseplay on wheels
87
Automobile driving
Career dog Lucky
91
Dogs
Lost dog
91
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Safeguards for the polio shots
139
Poliomyelitis (Vaccines and vaccination)
Painters show woeful side of Soviet life
147
Painting, Russian
Farewell to Fairless
155
Benjamin F. Fairless; 1890-1962, Steel works
Engineer gives way to former schoolteacher
158
Roger M. Blough; 1904-1985
Damn Yankees
163
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Making of a musical
163
Theater (Production and direction)
Big date with daddy
175
Wellesley College
Asparagus finds new beds
183
Asparagus
Course where students lose earthly shackles
186
John Edward ARNOLD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Creativity, Teaching

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