A Letter From The Publisher: Jun. 10, 1966

THE prime purpose of journalism is to shed light. And our main medium for such illumination is the printed word. The words for this week's cover story on San Francisco Giants Pitcher Juan Marichal are those of Sport Writer Charles Parmiter, working with a good infield of correspondents, all under the editing eye of Senior Editor George Daniels. Parmiter's story sheds new light not only on the sport but also on the science and sociology of baseball.

Two components of the cover story clearly demonstrate another method of illumination: the graphic arts. One is...

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