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Contents

Majestic migration
10
Margaret Bourke-White (American photographer.); 1904-1971, BirdsPhotographs
Extra-special Saturday
28
Margaret Truman (daughter of American president Harry S. Truman and writer.); 1924-2008, Independence (Mo.), Weddings
Woman editor finds news galore but there's that big story
30
Sue GENTRY
Movies pretty princess assumes a real life title
36
Grace (Princess of Monaco); 1929-1982, Rainier III (Prince of Monaco); 1923-., Weddings
How to be right and president
52
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Anthony Eden (Earl of Avon); 1897-1977, Agricultural administration
Japan's lovely look of spring
82
Japan (Description and travel)
Sophomore shuttles from Barnard to Bergdorf
99
Anne MORRIS, New York (N.Y.) (Stores)
Science squares the egg
105
Eggs (Marketing)
Athletes tell how illicit pay-offs destroy the amateur code
113
Wes Santee; 1932-., Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, Amateurism (Sports), Athletes
Britain hunts offshore coal
125
Coal mines and mining (Scotland), Coal in submerged lands

Luck of the British
52
Finance (Great Britain), Lotteries (Great Britain)
First big league game for eight boys
57
Baseball players
Howling hillbilly success
64
Elvis Presley; 1935-1977
High-flying haylift for a hard-luck horse
69
Horses
Bold and the brave
75
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Academic private eye
78
School management and organization, Television in education
Jazz helps artists dig that clay
128
Art and music, Art students, Sculpture (Study and teaching)
Sprouting domes on DEW line
133
Radar defense networks
Daily gift of life
141
Jim Garner, Blood donors, Hemophilia
End of a dark age ushers in new dangers
148
Communist Party (Soviet Union), Communism, Communists
Reception that was no ball
173
Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bulganin; 1895-1975, Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev; 1894-1971, Great Britain and the Soviet Union

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