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April 21, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 16

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Del Crandall Cover - Sports Illustrated April 21, 1958

April 21, 1958
AUTO RACING—DAN GURNEY, Riverside, Calif., Palm Springs road race, over 1,500-cc. class, in 4.9-liter Ferrari, Palm Springs, Calif.

April 21, 1958
Chris Von Saltza, 14, pert blonde from Santa Clara (Calif.), churned through water in 56.8 and 2:41.9 to win 100-and 250-yard freestyle, set American records in Natl. AAU Indoor Swimming...

April 21, 1958
Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

April 21, 1958
4—I.N.P., B.A. Bakalar, Theodore F. Bollen8—A.P.10—U.P., John Greensmilh, A.P., Pittsburgh Press, A.P., I.N.P., Bob Kerns-Cedar Rapids Gazette14-17—Dennis Stock-Magnum24-26—drawings by...

April 21, 1958
[Color TV]Color TV[TV]TV[Network Radio]Network Radio

April 21, 1958 | Richard C. Phelan

April 21, 1958
A California garden spot yearly opens its sheltered, almost undiscovered beauty to a cascade of future Davis Cup stars

April 21, 1958

April 21, 1958
Ben Hogan, after he tied for 14th place and collected a puny (for him) $1,050 at Augusta's Masters Tournament: "I'm glad I don't have to play this game for a living."

April 21, 1958
Wagging an admonishing forefinger reminiscent of Uncle Sam in the famous old poster bidding Americans enlist now, President Eisenhower last week urged his fellow Americans to "Buy!" In the same...

April 21, 1958
Walter O'Malley thinks he made a big league ball park out of the Los Angeles Coliseum by erecting a screen back of his outrageously short left field. Some college boys whacked enough pitches over...

April 21, 1958
•Silky Sullivan, who has gripped the imagination of the nation, meets Tim Tam—and some others—in the 84th Kentucky Derby. An illustrated 10-page PREVIEW of America's great Thoroughbred race.

April 21, 1958
These prizefighters are Eddie Machen (white trunks) and Zora Folley (black trunks). Prizefighters are commonly referred to, by their managers, as tigers. The resemblance of Machen and Folley to...

April 21, 1958 | Hugh Somerville

April 21, 1958 | Del Crandall

April 21, 1958 | Del Crandall
GIL McDOUGALD ON INFIELDINGThe most versatile Yankee of all discusses an art he knows supremely well in the May 5 issue

April 21, 1958 | Harry Phillips
When an airline president can say after a trip on one of his company's planes, "Fine flight!" I imagine he feels much as I do now.

April 21, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind

April 21, 1958 | Beverly Hanson
No matter how good a golfer you may be, you find yourself facing tension if you putter around too long over a shot, trying to get a dozen things straightened out in your mind at the same time....

April 21, 1958 | Charles Goren
Doctors are generally too busy being doctors to spare the time to play in bridge tournaments. However, they are trained observers. They bring to the bridge table a diagnostic skill that is an...

April 21, 1958 | Jo Ahern Zill
The billowing bag silhouette no sooner settled over the forms of American womankind than designers hit upon its possibilities as a cover-up for the beach. Here previewed in California is something...

April 21, 1958 | Horace Sutton
This lovely valley is becoming a favored resort for a growing number of people, most of whom would like to keep it a secret

April 21, 1958 | John O'Reilly
The wild call of the Canada goose in springtime skies announces that this noble bird is once again en route to his accustomed haunts

April 21, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
Stretching the chest muscles aids both posture and attractiveness

April 21, 1958 | Martin Kane

April 21, 1958
BIG LEAGUE SECRETS: CAUSE AND EFFECTSirs:As an avid baseball fan, to whom the pitcher has always been the most interesting player on the team (I married one who gave it up to study medicine), I...

April 21, 1958
High spirited St. Louis Hawks fill locker room with joyous shouts after winning NBA playoffs by defeating Boston Celtics 110-109, due largely to record-breaking 50-point effort by Bob Pettit (No. 9).

April 21, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—SWIM RECORDS, fragile as bubbles, popped in Dallas as slippery young ladies, led by Chris von Saltza (see FACES), splashed about in AAU championships. Other new American and AAU...

April 21, 1958
A transfer student at the Richmond Academy in Georgia, Ann Bee took up tennis "in desperation" because she had no friends. She won the first tournament she entered ("There just wasn't any...

April 21, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. MARK CLARKWife of the president of The CitadelCharleston, S.C.Speaking only from my own experience, I'd say yes. I know I have enjoyed sports with women as much as I have enjoyed them with...

April 21, 1958
The principal meets in five sports for the spring season

April 21, 1958 | Charles Price
Controversy and success are Golf Pro Ernest Jones's twin rewards at a New York salon