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March 28, 1955 | Volume 2, Issue 13

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Steve Nagy Cover - Sports Illustrated March 28, 1955

March 28, 1955
The nabob of a princely Indian state waits out a village cattle raider and makes a classic kill

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March 28, 1955
BASKETBALL GETS NEW CHAMP

March 28, 1955
A salute to some who have earned the good opinion of the world of sport, if not yet its tallest headlines

March 28, 1955
The coming of spring found three chief executives crowding their sports seasons a bit. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who heads the U.S., took advantage of springlike weather in Washington to practice a...

March 28, 1955
Montreal hockey fans set two big goals for their beloved Canadiens this season: 1) Ending Detroit's six-year hold on the National Hockey League championship; 2) Seeing their idol, Maurice (Rocket)...

March 28, 1955 | Lee Griggs
Amateur boxing's giant elimination draws 25,000 young hopefuls a year, but only eight can become champions

March 28, 1955 | Lee Griggs
Though never intended as such, the Golden Gloves has become a rich training ground for future professional boxers. More than a dozen Golden Gloves champions have gone on to win world professional...

March 28, 1955 | Lee Griggs
EAST

March 28, 1955
Square dancing, which evolved from European country folk dances in Colonial times, has caught some 30 million Americans in its colorful and giddy whirl

March 28, 1955
At Mexico City, competitors in the Pan-American Games met an unexpected foe. In the rarefied air 7,600 feet above sea level, they are being felled by anoxia

March 28, 1955
How brain, lungs, blood cells and muscles struggle to survive

March 28, 1955
After the winter hunts, and during the hot summer when wild game was not fit to kill, Indians of the American plains devoted themselves to a rugged, skull-cracking ball game that we know as...

March 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
ROBERT J. SWEENY, London and Palm BeachGolfer:"I've never played against anyone who deliberately cheated. However, there are few amateur golfers in amateur tournaments. That's not 100% honest. Two...

March 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
How do you feel about the controversy between the skin-divers and conventional fishermen?

March 28, 1955 | Victor Kalman
That's how many will tread the lanes of the Fort Wayne Memorial Coliseum in the 72-day ABC tournament, bowling's annual jamboree

March 28, 1955
The combers that crash on the beach at Coyuca are just as translucent and beautiful as the surf at Acapulco, 15 miles away, but there is a difference—at Coyuca there are sharks. Makos, hammerheads...

March 28, 1955 | Clyde Carley
While the Navy was building an ammunition depot in Oklahoma a civilian with a private plan made it into a wildlife sanctuary

March 28, 1955 | Albion Hughes
Could be, this year in New York

March 28, 1955
Or, for that matter, at any baseball club's spring training site where there's lots more involved than meets the eye. For the Dodgers, for instance, it's a yearly bill of more than $250,000

March 28, 1955
BROOKLYN RELIES ON TWO HANDS

March 28, 1955
BUM WHEELSTired, weak or out-of-condition legs.

March 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Many of our readers undoubtedly read in last week's SPORTS ILLUSTRATED that Budd Schulberg had been named to receive the 1955 Bengal Bouts Award at the University of Notre Dame, as "the man who...

March 28, 1955 | Robert N. Bavier Jr.
It was a hot winter season for 'Hoot Mon' and 'Finisterre'

March 28, 1955 | John Bentley
This is how it was at Sebring

March 28, 1955 | Compiled by ED ZERN
A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

March 28, 1955
2—t., Frank Gianelli, U.P.6—M. Bruce Harlan10-13—Ylla from Rapho-Guillumette14-16—drawings by Ajay20—rt., Sam Shere (2)21—lt., Marvin Newman, Sam Shere; rt., U.P.22, 23—t., I.N.P.; cen., Canada...

March 28, 1955 | Compiled by BILL WALLACE
A late roundup of snow conditions in America from picked local skiers

March 28, 1955
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March 28, 1955 | Charles Lesemann
October 4, 1923 was a day that stirred up a great deal of commotion in the town of Columbus, Ga. The cause of it all was a bout for the world light-heavyweight championship between Mike McTigue,...

March 28, 1955 | George Aulbach
Especially for beginners and for weekend golfers of all classes

March 28, 1955 | William F. Talbert
There are signs that tennis may be breaking out of Forest Hills

March 28, 1955
Twelve years ago this week Cornelius Warmerdam, competing in the Chicago Relays, set a new world indoor record for the pole vault. After the rest of the field dropped out, Warmerdam topped the...

March 28, 1955 | The Know-It-All
It's that time againAnother golf season is upon us (those of us, that is, who weren't lucky enough to get south). All over the country, men and women are getting their clubs out of attics and...

March 28, 1955
Sirs:I read several articles in SI on the fight game and it was indeed very enlightening. You may rest assured that our new Commission will do everything in its power to put boxing on a high...

March 28, 1955
It's almost a tradition for the occupant of the White House to have a sports interest. Many chief executives have made a point of participating in or watching sports to gain relief from the...

March 28, 1955 | Parke Cummings
BULL HARGAN