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March 31, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 13

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Roy Sievers Cover - Sports Illustrated March 31, 1958

March 31, 1958
BASKETBALL—KILGORE (Texas), over Weber (Utah), 68-57, Natl. Jr. College championship, Hutchinson, Kans.

March 31, 1958
5—Walter Daran, Jack Lillington, Ross Madden-Black Star8—I.N.P., A.P.9—A.P. (2); right, Herald Sun, Forrest Stroup-Arizona Republic, Bob Bourdon, Joe Pomel-Tampa Morning Tribune, Michael Dudowich,...

March 31, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

March 31, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
Even as he brilliantly captured the national basketball title, Coach Rupp spurned a popularity which should be his

March 31, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
That was the story of the Sebring Grand Prix, although Ferrari's winning streak was remarkably confirmed

March 31, 1958 | Whitney Tower
Eight hours of vivid entertainment, then Florida's last effort to find the East's answer to Silky Sullivan

March 31, 1958
Cato at Tilbury Docks

March 31, 1958
Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State football coach, explaining his interest in music while introducing the Notre Dame glee club to an East Lansing audience: "I used to play the violin when I was...

March 31, 1958
Not having been present, this magazine is not quite sure how history's most earth-shaking decisions came to be born. It may be that all of them sprang from the most casual kind of remark dropped...

March 31, 1958
THE FASHIONABLE THING TO DO

March 31, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
Next week the International Automobile Show opens in New York with latest models of European cars that are heading for another record U.S. year

March 31, 1958 | Robert Creamer
DEL CRANDALL ON CATCHINGThe catcher of the world champion Milwaukee Braves analyzes his craft in the April 21 issue

March 31, 1958 | Robert Creamer
'Waiting is the secret of hitting. It's something like skeet shooting. You react after it goes poong! There's a point in skeet shooting where you have to shoot, but the longer you wait up to that...

March 31, 1958 | Robert Creamer
DEL CRANDALL ON CATCHINGThe catcher of the world champion Milwaukee Braves analyzes his craft in the April 21 issue

March 31, 1958 | Les Woodcock
The boldest early moves have been made by Detroit, where Martin is the blither spirit

March 31, 1958 | Harry Phillips
In next week's issue three of the best-known living writers on fishing describe three of America's least-known trout streams. They will tell how to reach the streams; how to fish them; what fish...

March 31, 1958 | John O'Reilly
America's only true stork is threatened by Florida's disastrous winter

March 31, 1958 | Jay Hebert
When I put a two-, three- or four-iron in my hand, my left hand instinctively tends to get stronger on the club than it does when I grip a wood or a middle or high iron. It actually feels like...

March 31, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
Bonnie and Suzy demonstrate a new exercise that helps you relax

March 31, 1958 | Charles Goren
As a fascinated kibitzer of the following deal, I found myself, at the conclusion of the play, deploring the absence of pari-mutuel facilities for wagering on the outcome of bridge hands. With my...

March 31, 1958
A 19th century French painter long ignored by the American public, Georges Seurat is generating a good deal of excitement this year. A comprehensive exhibition of his works, now hanging in the...

March 31, 1958
For three decades now one of the standard phenomena of the American sports scene has been the winter golf tour, that exhausting and yet inspiriting trek which annually begins in Los Angeles early...

March 31, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
A fictional (but not very) young golf pro reports to his backer about his first swing around the circuit

March 31, 1958
SAFARI: MENTAL REACTIONSSirs:The lady has written a masterpiece. I refer to the article This Was My Africa (SI, March 10).

March 31, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—RINK BABKA, whalish (6 feet 5 inches, 245 pounds) USC senior, literally threw discus out of park at Victorville, Calif., scaling platter 198 feet 10 inches into ditch to better...

March 31, 1958
Up for the big one, Oxford's varsity oarsmen grimly lay to it, stroke with upright American style as they plow through the wind-whipped Thames in practice drill for April 5 race with Cambridge.

March 31, 1958
This dashing young man in the Rugby outfit plays standoff on the team at Pomona College in California, where he is a senior. But this is only a small facet of 21-year-old Kris Kristofferson's...

March 31, 1958
Marlene Mathews, 23, pretty housewife who has spent much of life chasing Betty Cuthbert, caught her twice in Aussie championships at Sydney, setting world sprint records of 10.3 for 100 and 23.4...