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March 17, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 11

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Sal Maglie Cover - Sports Illustrated March 17, 1958

March 17, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

March 17, 1958 | Whitney Tower
That horse—Silky Sullivan—has endeared himself to millions as the equine personality of the decade. In winning the Santa Anita Derby he sold most experts

March 17, 1958 | Milt Dunnell/(Sports Editor, 'Toronto Star')
Canadian hockeymen, who had dropped the last two world 'amateur' titles to the Russians, had to win this time or be banished by the fans to their own Siberia. So they did

March 17, 1958
This year, as so often before, Michigan's top-ranking swimmers will have to beat Yale for the college title

March 17, 1958

March 17, 1958
Rip Engle, Penn State, on football's new point-after-touchdown rule: "They ought to make football into a television show like Double or Nothing. Say you get 12 points if you declare you're going...

March 17, 1958
The day I was elected captain of the Columbia University basketball team, I went home and ate a mustard sandwich for dinner. That's all we could afford." This is George Gregory talking. In 1931 he...

March 17, 1958
The mutability of woman, long a topic for idle poets and recumbent philosophers, nowadays is the pursuit of photographers who hurry or wait to capture her infinite roles and fancies

March 17, 1958
The big race is actually six months away, but scientists, engineers and designers are working night and day for the biggest sports prize of 1958

March 17, 1958
•Carmen Basilio (above left) fought hard to take the middleweight title from Sugar Ray Robinson. Now he must fight him harder to keep it.

March 17, 1958
Here, dramatically illustrated, are the inner workings of the game, known only to its top exponents. In a five-part series, unlike anything ever done before, Sports Illustrated presents the...

March 17, 1958 | Roy Terrell

March 17, 1958 | Roy Terrell
ROY SIEVERS ON HITTINGThe American League's home run and RBI king talks about his specialty in the March 31 issue

March 17, 1958 | Robert Creamer
Baseball's hair shirt, young 60-year-old Frank Lane, meets the lethargic Indians

March 17, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Often photographs ask questions almost as interesting as those they answer. Where, for example, was the cameraman when he took the series of portraits of college swimming stars in our SPECTACLE...

March 17, 1958 | Don Parker
As a wrestler Dan Hodge had no peer, but using fists is different

March 17, 1958 | Charles Goren
Last week some 150 American colleges and universities concluded their 1958 Intercollegiate Bridge Championship—one of the annual competitions in the three Bs (bowling and billiards are the others)...

March 17, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
A good way to build up weak arms is to pretend you are a wheelbarrow

March 17, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—AUSTRALIA'S spritely kid swimmers were at it again, hauling down five more world freestyle records in North Sydney's fresh-water Brisbane Valley Pool. John Konrads, husky-chested...

March 17, 1958
Fast-balling card Bob Miller fires opening pitch plateward, where New York Yankees' Tony Kubek waits to take his cut in the first spring exhibition game, won by St. Louis, 4-0, at St. Petersburg.

March 17, 1958
Of the many new and arresting courses constructed in recent years in Florida and the Caribbean countries, one of the most handsome is The Country Club of Florida, located in the Village of Golf on...

March 17, 1958 | Joe Cannon
Teaching a person to overcome a slice or fade gives me great satisfaction. My best results are obtained, I find, by drawing a comparison between the hitting action of the baseball player who can...

March 17, 1958 | Gerald Holland

March 17, 1958
BOXING—SUGAR HART, 10-round decision over Duke Harris, welterweights, New York.

March 17, 1958
Mrs. Peter Perinchief, whose husband helped Britain win International Tuna Cup in 1956, swept most of top awards in annual game fishing tournament, won silver wahoo as Bermuda's Woman Angler of Year.

March 17, 1958
NEW THOUGHTS ON OLD FOESSirs:While the editors of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED obviously thought deeply concerning the NCAA's advice against letting the pro football Steelers play in the University of...

March 17, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

March 17, 1958
5—Doug Fulton-Ann Arbor News6—U.P., A.P.7—Garry Winogrand, U.P.; right, Gene Ray-Bermuda News Bureau, A.P., (2), Bill Halkett-Victoria Daily Times, A.P., Richard Meek8—Josef Scaylea13—U.P.14,...

March 17, 1958
The shuffleboard season in Florida is almost over, and Mae Hall of St. Petersburg stands out as the winter's best woman player. In the picture above she holds the cup for taking first place at...