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April 07, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 14

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April 07, 1958
AUTO RACING—LEN SUTTON, Portland, Ore., USAC 100-miler with 95.5 mph average, in Central Excavating Special, Trenton, N.J.

April 07, 1958
Sally Deaver, perky, pretty Whitemarsh, Pa. skier, won two giant slalom events but lost chance for combined title when officials ruled she missed gate in third race of Grand Prix de Savoie at Val...

April 07, 1958
This trail-blazing team from the new Air Force Academy in Denver covered itself with glory when it met the Naval Academy's team at Annapolis for the first varsity athletic encounter between the...

April 07, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

April 07, 1958
4—Illustration by Berenice Greenwald6—Ellis Malashuk-Baltimore Sunpapers7—Jim Raftery-Turfotos8—N.Y. Daily News10—Sun Valley, Don Fulton-Ann Arbor News, U.P., A.P., Phillips Butler, A.P.,...

April 07, 1958
[TV]TV[Color TV]Color TV[Network Radio]Network Radio

April 07, 1958 | Martin Kane

April 07, 1958 | Martin Kane
Ophthalmologists say that each eye sees two-thirds of the total field of vision but that Basilio, having deep-set eyes and a prominent nose, lost slightly more than a third of his vision when his...

April 07, 1958 | Martin Kane
The fabulous Sugar Ray Robinson, the man in the light fuchsia Cadillac, has illuminated 19 brilliant years of boxing history. His record of titles won, lost and regained, and his ability at the...

April 07, 1958
At the Masters in Augusta—April 3 to 6 this year—a half century of great golfers are annually in action

April 07, 1958

April 07, 1958
Dan Parker, sports columnist, quoting a reader: "The reason the Yankees never lay an egg is because they don't operate on chicken feed."

April 07, 1958
•For baseball, spring arrives officially on April 14, Opening Day. In tribute to this historical truth, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED presents its fourth annual Baseball Issue.

April 07, 1958
In a rare moment of pessimism last week, John Foster Dulles conceded that the U.S. might well "lose its shirt" in a diplomatic contest with Russia on Russian terms at the summit. No such pessimism...

April 07, 1958
In the hot, pressure-packed days of a pennant race, attention has a way of focusing upon the old pro, for he has proved that he can deliver in August as well as in April. But every old pro was...

April 07, 1958
Every spring trout fishermen return to the streams, always tempted by the remembered pleasures of a familiar run but sometimes also by the dream of discovering new and rewarding water. To add to...

April 07, 1958 | Sparse Grey Hackle

April 07, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Spring exerts its influences in odd as well as customary ways, in fever as in flowers. So perhaps a visitor to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offices these days might well wonder what seasonal madness goes on...

April 07, 1958 | John McDonald

April 07, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—CALIFORNIA'S lanky DON BOWDEN, only American miler to break four minutes, kicked off 1:49.1 half mile to anchor Bear teammates Jack Yerman, Willie White and Maynard Orme to 3:19.8...

April 07, 1958
Head-cracking jolt finds unsuspecting target in Army's Fertig as he fires ball over head of Mount Washington's Goalie Bo Moore (22) and gets whacked for effort by Defenseman Merrick (26) in...

April 07, 1958 | Roderick Haig-Brown

April 07, 1958 | Charles Goren
On the first day of spring a clammy blizzard of wet snow knocked out all power and light in Atlantic City, N.J., where the Vanderbilt Team bridge championship (the Spring Nationals) was scheduled...

April 07, 1958
These whimsical faces peeping out at a new and fascinating world belong to Australian silky terriers, recent arrivals on the American scene who are rapidly capturing the fancy of a small but...

April 07, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
An old-fashioned ironing board adds new challenge to exercise

April 07, 1958 | Barry Burn
A look at Dow Finsterwald's money-winning streak and how it ended

April 07, 1958 | Alfred Wright
Their flossiest get-together is the Seminole, blue-blooded founder of these tournaments

April 07, 1958 | Dick Mayer
A word or two, first, about stance and position. I try to maintain the shoulders, hips and feet square to the intended line. The left elbow rides on the left hip, the right elbow on the right hip,...

April 07, 1958 | Jean Paradise

April 07, 1958
BASEBALL: THE FACTS AND MR. WEBBSirs:What's good for the Yankees is most certainly not necessarily good for baseball. The league switch so casually proposed by Del Webb (SI, March 31), Yankee...

April 07, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
BENSON FORD JR.Age 8Son of Ford Motors vice-presidentNo. My father is swell, but he's too busy. He plays with me on Saturdays and Sundays, but my mother throws a spiral pass with a football better...

April 07, 1958
The leading tournaments for amateurs and professionals

April 07, 1958 | John Lovesey
So advised Prince Philip last month as England's tiddlywinks 'season' moved into high gear