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Contents

Rare look at the Derby
12
Sports (Photographs)
Hoffa's teamsters
30
Jimmy Hoffa, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America
What Hoffa, his men, his allies could do to New York
38
New York (N.Y.) (Transportation)
Let's cut the price of steel
42
Steel (Prices)
Fine play reveals a need
42
Tragedy
Homesteaders' harsh life
94
Homesteads
At gateway: great show
98
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904: Saint Louis, Mo.)
First scenes in movies' westerns
101
Motion pictures (Westerns)
My husband helped tame the West
105
William Matthew TILGHMAN, Outlaws, Dodge City (Kan.), Oklahoma (History)
Mugger, but so's his old man
123
Teddy ROONEY

Poignant meeting of some old comrades in the fight for freedom
47
Sir Winston Churchill; 1874-1965, John Foster Dulles (American Secretary of state.); 1888-1959
Unmilitary May day in Moscow
53
May Day (Labor holiday), Moscow (Russia) (Parades)
Baby-faced new beau for Bardot
59
Brigitte Bardot
Mad Indians pile up wins
69
Baseball players, Sports officiating
With St Jude's help, hard-luck Herb is back
72
Herbert Jude SCORE
100-balloon jaunt helps scan Venus
76
Balloons (Research use)
How the West was won
86
Pony Express, Transportation (History)
Furious race of the rails
90
Central Pacific Railroad, Union Pacific RR.
J. B.
124
Archibald MacLeish (American poet and Librarian of Congress.); 1892-1982, Theater reviewsSingle works
Arid repudiation of religion
135
Thurston Noble Davis
Insight into our deep need
135
Louis Finkelstein; 1895-1991
Modern answers to an enigma
135
Reinhold Niebuhr; 1892-1971
Yes, its head is upside down
141
Owls
Chiang's grandchild as a coed
147
Amy Hsiao-chang CHIANG, Foreign students (United States)
From Dartmouth to sea by canoe
157
Canoes and canoeing, Student activities

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