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Contents

Speaking of pictures, rattler takes its own portrait
16
Reptiles (Photographs)
Young coach, old winning ways
23
Terence Patrick Brennan, University of Notre Dame, Football
Fleet watch off Formosa
28
United States Navy, Taiwan (Defenses)
DeSapio's big night
30
Carmine G. De Sapio; 1908-., Political conventions, New York (State) (Politics and government)
Case against odds
32
Clifford Philip Case; 1904-1982, Political campaigns, New Jersey (Politics and government)
Tearless era
70
Jews (United States)
Harvey the herder
75
Rabbits, Sheep herding
Private weather eye
83
John WALLACE, Weather forecasting
Ben Shahn painter of protest
96
Ben Shahn (American painter.); 1898-1969
Dear Charles
105
Alan MELVILLE, Theater reviews (Single works)

Flying Bedstead
34
Airplanes, Experimental
Cashiered colonel
35
Harry FLEMING, Courts martial and courts of inquiry
Labor completes a revolution
36
United Steelworkers of America, Industrial relations
Just a moment, Senator
41
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Arthur V. Watkins; 1886-1973, GOVERNMENT investigationsMcCarthy censure
Sawdust trail brings new days
47
Phenix City (Ala.)
Carport converted
52
Garages, Remodeling (Architecture)
Sabrina
60
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
What to wear in a sports car
65
Clothing and dress
Tallulah's three lovers
105
Tallulah Bankhead; 1902-1968
Wiwan's way
111
Wiwan WORAWAN, Foreign students (United States)
Three holes in a human hair
119
Tools, Miniature
Best in blue
123
Horses
Portraitist in France
129
Yousuf Karsh; 1908-.
Portrait
129
Andre Malraux (French novelist, essayist and art historian.); 1901-1976, Albert Camus (French novelist, playwright and essayist.); 1913-1960, Andre Maurois (French author.); 1885-1967, Andre Siegfried (French political philosopher.); 1875-1959, Paul Claudel (French diplomat, poet and dramatist.); 1868-1955, Christian Dior (French fashion designer.); 1905-1957, Le Corbusier (Swiss-French architect.); 1887-1965, Marcel Boussac, Maurice Herzog; 1919-., Darius Milhaud (French composer.); 1892-1974, Pablo Picasso (Spanish painter.); 1881-1973, Pablo Casals (Spanish cellist.); 1876-1973, George Enescu (Romanian violinist.); 1881-1955, Alphonse Juin (French field marshal.); 1888-1967
Red hunter's red jailmates
138
PrisonersTreatment, PrisonsConnecticut
Life visits a boarding house
154
Boarding houses

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