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February 07, 1955 | Volume 2, Issue 6

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Carol Heiss Cover - Sports Illustrated February 07, 1955

February 07, 1955
A salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines

February 07, 1955
Olympic Track Star Mal Whitfield of the U.S. runs, demonstrates and lectures in Northern Rhodesia at the end of a five-month international tour building good will through sport

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February 07, 1955
"The promoter's receipts [from TV and similar sales] represent on the average over 25% of the promoter's total revenue and in some instances exceed the revenue derived from the sale of admission...

February 07, 1955
Newest and fastest-growing greyhound track in the U.S. is the 5/16-mile oval at Phoenix, Ariz. Open only a year, Phoenix drew top dogs from all over the country and Mexico, a $10-million mutuel...

February 07, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
ZSA ZSA GABOR, Hollywood, Calif.Movie actress"A smart wife gives her husband a free rein. Men rebel when the shackles are too tight. When men are hunting, fishing or flying, they'll wonder what...

February 07, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
How can the United States win the Olympic Games?

February 07, 1955
MIZ CLEMENTINE BY A NECK...ARCARO BY A NOSE...DETERMINE BY A FOUL...CREVOLIN BY $57,000

February 07, 1955 | Maribel Y. Vinson
Her coach and close friend surveys the young career of Miss Tenley Albright who is out to regain the world skating title next month

February 07, 1955
Mrs. Loel Guinness spends most of her time in the sun on her husband's 130-foot yacht, the Calisto. In the summer they cruise the waters of the Mediterranean, and in the winter the Caribbean and...

February 07, 1955 | Joe Miller

February 07, 1955 | Joe Miller
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February 07, 1955 | Bogart Rogers

February 07, 1955 | Bogart Rogers
Seven years ago in the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games, chunky little Gil Dodds set the same punishing pace he always did (like a clock wound too tightly: fast at first, then slower and...

February 07, 1955 | Bogart Rogers
The 48th annual Millrose Games will be held in Madison Square Garden this Saturday night. Herewith a rundown of the events and competitors to watch.

February 07, 1955 | Robert N. Bavier Jr.
This year's National Motor Boat Show at New York had many more marine wonders than any one man could count

February 07, 1955 | Shirley Povich
Shirley Povich, president of the Baseball Writers Association, warns that it's time for a pause in Hall of Fame balloting

February 07, 1955 | Herman Hickman
In the draft, the names got the nod

February 07, 1955 | Scott Young
They are an unavoidable part of the game

February 07, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
A tribute to some sterling champions

February 07, 1955 | Albion Hughes
Overseas horses are all the rage

February 07, 1955
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February 07, 1955 | Compiled by BILL WALLACE
A late roundup of snow conditions in America from a picked group of local skiers

February 07, 1955 | Compiled by ED ZERN
A digest of last-minute reports from Fishermen and other unreliable sources

February 07, 1955
1—Vince Finnegan, Ken Alexander-Gastonia (N.C.) Gazette6—Mark Kauffman8—diagram by James Caraway17-18—drawings by Ajay23—R. L. Oliver-Los Angeles Times, Phil Bath24, 25—left, William Keunzel-Miami...

February 07, 1955 | Gene Sarazen
For a good many golfers today, there is only one season, apparently: winter. Even when the calendar states it is July, they play winter rules, helping themselves to preferred lies before each shot...

February 07, 1955
Matchwit is the only duet crossword in the world. To solve it, couples may sit opposite each other at a card table or well-balanced lapboard. At the signal, both contestants start solving. The...

February 07, 1955
Sirs:Bob Hall deserves congratulations upon two counts: First, he contributed to SI an interesting and informative article on the college football television problem. Second, he flushed Bernard...

February 07, 1955 | Harry Phillips
With this issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is exactly half a year old. In the first of these memos, 26 issues ago, I mentioned our hopes that you would in some tomorrow come to think of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED...

February 07, 1955 | John O'Reilly
Americans are leaning toward reptiles and amphibians as pets. I don't know just how far they have leaned because it seems to be a trend that statisticians have overlooked. But the number of U.S....

February 07, 1955 | James Bell

February 07, 1955 | James Bell
For fastest descent, team starts by setting runners in previous sled's tracks, then riders push sled through running start. Drivers try to ride into curves high, then swoop down with least...