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January 13, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 2

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Andy Mauldin Cover - Sports Illustrated January 13, 1958

January 13, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
Golf's touring pros hit the long trail of the winter tour with their customary première at the Los Angeles Open

January 13, 1958 | Barry Burn
Sports Illustrated herewith increases its regular golf coverage with a monthly report—technical, statistical, personal—on the professionals and, occasionally, the women and amateurs

January 13, 1958

January 13, 1958
•Walter Fondren, Texas quarterback, mourning his team's lack of power in losing to Mississippi 39-7 in the Sugar Bowl: "We couldn't bust a peanut."

January 13, 1958
FOR FITNESS A BIG LEAP

January 13, 1958 | Rod Van Every
Darting Skeeters and colorfully clad skippers crowd onto the lakes in Wisconsin's Diamond district as the iceboat season gets under way

January 13, 1958 | Joan Flynn Dreyspool

January 13, 1958 | Joan Flynn Dreyspool
Next Sunday, as the Bing Crosby Tournament draws to a close, Crosby's new wife, the former Kathryn Grant, will make her first television appearance together with her husband. The occasion: an...

January 13, 1958 | H.W.W.
Some Notes On The Sponsor

January 13, 1958
THE PROBLEMS OF COLLEGE ATHLETICSA report from Philadelphia, where the National Collegiate Athletic Association is meeting 2,000 strong to find solutions to urgent matters

January 13, 1958
An old U.S. favorite has burst forth in beauty and is even imported from Italy

January 13, 1958 | Mort Lund
Both are available in full measure at Aspen, the ski resort with the most varied trails and most cosmopolitan night life of any ski town in the U.S.

January 13, 1958 | Harry Phillips
You are the quarterback...." read Quarterback Tobin Rote as he sat in the Detroit Lions' dressing room at Briggs Stadium on Saturday morning, December 28, just before suiting up for an important...

January 13, 1958
25 The monkey walk gives you an almost simian flexibility

January 13, 1958 | Jim Murray
Oregon's insulted Webfoots, not given a chance against mighty Ohio State, find glory in defeat

January 13, 1958 | Jim Murray
JACKSONVILLEThe nation's climactic week of football started on the Saturday before New Year's Day in the Gator Bowl, and the keynote of this battering, old-fashioned football game between...

January 13, 1958 | Robert Cantwell
While Pasadena, Miami, New Orleans and Dallas were concentrating on football the collegiate chess stars battled in Erie, Pa.

January 13, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
The announced retirement of the efficeixas Philadelphian evokes some long thoughts on the tennis career of audeixas Horeixas

January 13, 1958 | Charles Goren
Today it is my purpose to pay tribute to what I regard as the shrewdest bid in many seasons. In doing so, I feel as if I were eulogizing an unknown soldier. East, the hero of my tale, must remain...

January 13, 1958
FOOTBALL

January 13, 1958
Sir Edmund Hillary, laconic New Zealand beekeeper who was first to conquer Mount Everest, world's highest peak, led four companions in frigid 1,200-mile dash across Antarctic, became first in 46...

January 13, 1958
Boxing Brawlers do what comes naturally as hard-hitting young Lightweight Larry Boardman, who has had his own ups and downs recently, decks Peter Schmidt for the full count in the sixth round of...

January 13, 1958 | Joe Knesper
A golfer must picture and must feel the golf swing as a unit—one completely connected effort, not a series of conscious details. Correct posture at address makes it possible to coordinate the...

January 13, 1958 | Bill Mauldin

January 13, 1958
FIRST LEG: Broward County Intl. Airport, Fort Lauderdale, to West End Airpt., Grand Bahama I. 70 mi. E (all distances statute miles). U.S. Customs & Immigration (hereafter called C&I)...

January 13, 1958
BARREL JUMPINGLeo Lebel, Hartford, Conn., cleared 16 barrels, 27 feet 10½ inches, to win world barrel-jumping-on-ice championship, Grossinger, N.Y.

January 13, 1958
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR: OFF THE BENCH AND PUNCHINGSirs:Congratulations to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED on its fine and wise selection of Stan Musial as Sportsman of the Year (SI, Dec. 23)!

January 13, 1958
The kindly old lady standing with her 14-year-old pupil in the sunshine of a La Jolla tennis court is doing what she has done superbly well for over 20 years: drilling an unknown youngster into a...

January 13, 1958
SO—season opens SC—season closes C—clear water D—water dirty, roily N—water normal height SH—slightly high H—high VH—very high M—water muddy L—low R—rising WT50—water 50° FG—fishing good...

January 13, 1958
S—snow R—rain F—freeze-up T—temperature SF—spotty flight FF—fair flight GF—good flight EF—excellent flight GDW—good duck weather SC—season closes (or closed) BW—bluebird weather PG—poor gunning...

January 13, 1958
3—Hy Peskin4—Marvin Newman5—European, A.P. (2), U.P., I.N.P.6—I.N.P. (2), A.P. (3), U.P.7—U.P.8—Dick Williams-Spokesman Review14—Phil Bath (3), I.N.P., John G. Zimmerman, A.P.15—A.P.16,...

January 13, 1958
Every skier in the Pacific Northwest had something to be thankful for when the new area at Mt. Spokane opened its lift and lodge for business last year. For one thing, Mt. Spokane offered a...

January 13, 1958
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

January 13, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
AUGUST A. BUSCH JR.PresidentSt. Louis CardinalsAlthough the National League made a great stride in pioneering a movement to the West Coast, it would be to our advantage to have a franchise in the...

January 13, 1958
Rugged training and long hours are paying off with a generation of new skiers who will be hard to beat