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April 28, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 17

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Silky Sullivan Cover - Sports Illustrated April 28, 1958

April 28, 1958 | Earl Ruby
On these pages and the six that follow, Roy Doty takes a Colonel and his Lady through the passages, dining rooms, bars and private nooks that make up the world's longest racing plant. Tour...

April 28, 1958
BASEBALL GETS THE GRADE A SEAL

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April 28, 1958
Jimmy steed, longtime caddie (and frequent club selector) for Sammy Snead, as misquoted at the Greensboro (N.C.) Open: "When he's right, nobody can beat that man." Caddie Steed's correction: "When...

April 28, 1958
•Gil McDougald, the talented Yankee infielder, discusses his specialty in Part 4 of Big League Secrets; and an intimate portrayal of Horace Stoneham, the Giants' owner.

April 28, 1958
Nothing but trouble has been the fate of the International Boxing Club (James D. Norris, president) for the past year. So now you have seen that picture on your TV screen, and heard that title...

April 28, 1958 | Melvin Durslag

April 28, 1958 | Charles W. Thayer

April 28, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The excellence sport evokes in performance repeats itself in the excellence sport evokes in design. You can see it in a fly rod or a golf club, a shotgun or skis. And certainly nowhere more than...

April 28, 1958 | Mort Lund
Hottest hulls on the Seven Seas today are the fast and unpredictable planing sailboats

April 28, 1958 | Mort Lund
Figures refer to length, weight, sail area, number of hulls in the U.S., price and makers.

April 28, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax

April 28, 1958 | Virginia Kraft
Little dogs with butterfly ears and Old World histories are winning new fanciers in New Jersey

April 28, 1958
Eric Isenburger paints the spectacle of Seville's bull ring

April 28, 1958 | Jo Ahern Zill
When Photographer Toni Frissell was in Nantucket last summer her camera caught the pair below in what looked like a brand-new fashion—patchwork madras trousers and shorts. Investigation brought to...

April 28, 1958 | Charles Goren
Italy's continuing sweep in international bridge play—two consecutive European Championships followed by two consecutive World Championships—has whipped up interest in their players' unique...

April 28, 1958 | Charles Goren
THE ARTIFICIAL ONE-CLUB OPENING

April 28, 1958 | Charles Goren
With notes on why Italy's stars bid them as they did.

April 28, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
This exercise will give you a trim back and a relaxed one

April 28, 1958 | Stan Leonard
My thinking on half and three-quarter shots is pretty much limited to the eight-iron, nine-iron and wedge. Let me give you the setting first—when a golfer should think of playing these shots....

April 28, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—EDDIE SOUTHERN', mercurial Texas junior, and GAIL HODGSON, brilliant South African who now runs for Oklahoma, set bristling pace, led teams to records in Kansas Relays at Lawrence....

April 28, 1958
Brightest gem in collection of Mrs. Elizabeth Graham (left) is Jewel's Reward, shown here with Eddie Arcaro in the saddle and Trainer Ivan Parke standing by, after winning the Wood Memorial.

April 28, 1958 | Gene Markey

April 28, 1958 | Gene Markey
Rear Admiral Gene Markey, "the man behind the woman behind the horses out in front," came to Kentucky and Calumet Farm in 1952 after an illustrious career as a writer and producer in Hollywood and...

April 28, 1958
BASEBALL ISSUE: GOOD CHEERSirs:The best baseball issue (SI, April 14) yet! Robert Creamer's The Unbarnacled Truth was a masterpiece and should be read by every baseball fan. It did so much to...

April 28, 1958
BOATING—PRINCETON, over Navy, by 1½ lengths, 1¾ m. in 9:27, Annapolis.

April 28, 1958
Margaret Edwards, pretty English miss with formful backstroke, got into record-breaking swim in winning meet with Germans at Cardiff, wind-milling 100 meters and 110 yards in 1:12.4 to break two...

April 28, 1958
6—U.P., Bill Beebe-Mirror-Daily News7—U.P., I.N.P., Wilmington Morning News, Charles Dixon-Boston Globe, U.P., Dennis Stock-Magnum, Hank Cohen, U.P.8—John G. Zimmerman, Steve Wever-Miami Herald18,...

April 28, 1958
In May of 1897, the year Dick Baxter was born in Melrose, Scotland, Louis P. Bayard Jr. put together a sharp 91 over the rain-soaked links at Ardsley Casino to take the first intercollegiate golf...

April 28, 1958 | Whitney Tower