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March 10, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 10

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated March 10, 1958

March 10, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

March 10, 1958 | Whitney Tower

March 10, 1958
In Australia, wave riding is both a serious business for the world's finest lifesavers and a rough-and-tumble sport enjoyed by millions

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March 10, 1958
Captain Slade Cutter, Naval Academy athletic director, commenting on the Navy basketball team's No. 2 national ranking in personal fouls: "I think it's a sissy game as it is. I don't think our...

March 10, 1958
The tumultuous events surrounding Havana's sports car race last week made front-page headlines around the world: seven spectators killed and 31 others injured by a runaway car; World Champion...

March 10, 1958
SILKY RUNS LAST—AT FIRST

March 10, 1958
•That is none other than Sal Maglie above, peering grimly at the batter in a familiar pose. Sal discusses the art of pitching in the first of a series on big-league secrets.

March 10, 1958
Despite his idle attitude, the somewhat sulky young man pictured here is not just goofing off during a practice session. He is a pioneer participant in a drastic experiment to speed up basketball,...

March 10, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
This year's NCAA basketball tournament promises a splendidly matched series of battles to decide the champion

March 10, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED picks the best in basketball without regard to conference standings

March 10, 1958 | Roy Terrell

March 10, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Fish, like baseball pitchers, have long had reason to respect the exceptional talents of the familiar figure shown at the right. The great Red Sox fly catcher, Ted Williams, is, of course, also a...

March 10, 1958 | Barron Beshoar

March 10, 1958 | Tex Maule

March 10, 1958 | Barry Burn
One way of getting started on the tour—institutionalize yourself

March 10, 1958 | Harry Obitz
The golfer who hits from the top of the backswing is in effect throwing the club away. He is more than likely to be the fellow who has worked very consciously to get his hands cocked at the top....

March 10, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
This resistance exercise is a study in harmony, the goal being balance

March 10, 1958 | Charles Goren
In writing about bridge, as in playing it, I am happy to acknowledge a debt to an 84-year-old youngster whose long string of championship victories spanned three generations of the game—whist,...

March 10, 1958 | Virginia Kraft

March 10, 1958 | Virginia Kraft
Modern air travel and excellent government organization have put a safari in East Africa within reach of more Americans than ever before. Our safari was outfitted by White Hunters (Africa) Ltd.,...

March 10, 1958
Sirs: Sports writing reached a new dimension with Herbert Warren Wind's articles on sports in Japan (, SI, Feb. 24; , SI, March 3). He should receive the thanks and bows of the world for...

March 10, 1958
Record buster Round Table bobs under wire to set track mark of 1:59 4/5 for 1¼ mile in the $135,000 Santa Anita Handicap.

March 10, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—U.S. SWIMMERS, given shot at chlorinated spotlight after week-long spree by Australian hot-shots, did some record breaking of their own:

March 10, 1958
Not often has a coach received so unique an honor as has Roy Johnson. While still a member of the faculty at the University of New Mexico he has had a modern, $2.5 million gymnasium and swimming...

March 10, 1958
BADMINTON—U.S., over Canada, 9-0, Thomas Cup American Zone final, Long Beach, Calif.

March 10, 1958
Lucy Hannah of Franconia, N.H., 17-year-old daughter of former Olympian Sel Hannah, won downhill, giant slalom, placed second to Sunny Snite in Alpine combined in Eastern junior championships at...

March 10, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

March 10, 1958
4—Walter Davis7—Larry Sharkey-Los Angeles Times. A.P, U.P.8—A.P. (2); right, Bob Bourdon, A.P., Jack Frank-N.Y. Herald Tribune, Herald-Sun, I.N.P., A.P.12—Leo and Jerry Frutkoff13, 15...

March 10, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
JINX FALKENBURGNew YorkFormer southern California tennis starNo. I think the design might be good for a pajama game, but not for tennis. Even the lace Tinling used for Gussie Moran's panties...

March 10, 1958 | Dillon Anderson