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Art: The Painting Contests

Shown on the opposite page are the works of two potentates of modern art which within the last fortnight won two of modern art's richest prizes. Neither award...

The Press: Headline of the Week

In the Washington Star: WOMAN PROVES BODY IN TRUNK ISN'T HERS Split in the Family Alicia Patterson was a poor little rich girl, the daughter of New York Daily...

National Affairs: Copper & Air Man

(See front cover) In appointing an ambassador, it is customary for the State Department to select a candidate who is persona grata to the government of the...

The Press: How Much Independence?

When word of the imminent sale of Long Island's Newsday first leaked to the press (TIME, March 23), the main opposition came from six minority stockholders...

The Press: No Comment

Mum was the word. Los Angeles Times Publisher Otis Chandler was on a hunting safari and could not be reached. Newsday's majority stockholder, Captain Harry...

Horse Racing: Noses for the Roses

One way to describe this week's 94th Kentucky Derby is to say that it bears a certain resemblance to a political campaign. The original favorite was Ogden...

The Market: Record Price for Abstracts

That moment in 1910 when Vasily Kandinsky laid down his brush upon finishing a certain watercolor represents what is often regarded as the birth of abstract...

Sport: Misters Big

Every year, when spring rains start the bluegrass sprouting, some high-strung U.S. race horse suddenly gets the attention usually reserved for movie stars and...

The Press: Deathless Deer

One thing that New York Daily News Publisher Joseph Patterson knows for sure is comics. He used them shrewdly to build his tabloid's record daily circulation...

Sport: Trainer of the Year

Nothing riles California Horse Trainer Charles Whittingham more than the old clubhouse canard that West Coast thoroughbreds are not worth their oats until they...

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