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May 26, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 21

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Pat O'Connor Cover - Sports Illustrated May 26, 1958

May 26, 1958
ATLANTIC SALMON: MAINE: First salmon of season killed on Narraguagus River last week. Norman Hathaway of Brewer who flies own plane to interior took 31-inch, 12-pound salmon from Academy Pool on...

May 26, 1958
7—Ellis Malashuk-Sunpapers, A.P.8—Lawrence Schiller, U.P.; right, John Savage-Omaha World-Herald, A.P. (3), I.N.P., U.P.9—A.P., Arthur Daley10—Bermuda News Bureau18—John G. Zimmerman,...

May 26, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

May 26, 1958 | Whitney Tower
The 82nd Preakness went to valorous Tim Tam, who should be the first in a decade to win racing's Triple Crown; but Silky sank back into legend, earning his ticket home

May 26, 1958
Baseball's fabulous young strikeout whiz, Herb Score, is back again as good as before

May 26, 1958

May 26, 1958
Stan Musial, his 3000th hit in his-pocket, addressing a near-midnight crowd of grown-ups and youngsters who welcomed him at St. Louis' Union Station: "I've got a word for all the kids here"—and...

May 26, 1958
Tired of sitting prettily on the porches of Seattle's Corinthian Yacht Club, or of being the least accomplished and least patiently put-up-with members of their husbands' crews, 33 young matrons...

May 26, 1958
•A study of Ed Mathews, five years ago the matinee idol on Milwaukee's brand-new Braves, today retiring and less publicized but at least as valuable a ballplayer.

May 26, 1958

May 26, 1958 | Dorothy Stull

May 26, 1958 | Harry Phillips
It's great," Bill Corum said, "and we're proud to have it." Mr. Corum was thanking SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for the 10-foot-long original of Roy Doty's drawing of the grandstand at Churchill Downs (SI,...

May 26, 1958 | Frank Stranahan
To get my line on a shot, I approach the ball from behind. I place my left hand on the club first in order to strengthen the left side by this first impression. Moving into address position at the...

May 26, 1958 | Charles Goren
Among the Europeans whom we delight in welcoming to our shores is Adam Meredith, a gentleman of Celtic extraction who has been representing Great Britain in international competition for several...

May 26, 1958 | Martin Kane
A champion's kid brother, a French lightweight and a cool heavyweight appraised

May 26, 1958 | Walter Bingham
James Van Alen, president of the National Lawn Tennis Hall of Fame at Newport and chairman of the time-honored Newport Invitation Tournament, here takes the witness stand and presents his radical...

May 26, 1958 | Jo Ahern Zill
Newport's great traditions keynote summer clothes by the 1957 winner of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S American Sportswear Design Award

May 26, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen

May 26, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
DICK RATHMANN Driving the McNamara Special, one of A. J. Watson's brilliant new racers, Rathmann won the pole for the "500" with a record qualifying speed of 145.974 mph. He made the field twice...

May 26, 1958 | Robert Shaplen

May 26, 1958 | Robert Shaplen
THE INVISIBLE ALL-AMERICANIn Part II of Hoosier Pied Piper, Robert Shaplen tells of Tony Hulman's remarkable though almost secret achievements in sport and how Indiana patriotism lured him onstage.

May 26, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—HERB ELLIOTT, dedicated Aussie miler who thrice cracked four minutes down under, gave Californians glimpse of his famed speed, kicking past surprise rabbit Drew Dunlap of Texas...

May 26, 1958
Well-aimed flip by Johns Hopkins' Jory (right) gets past Maryland Goalie Kennedy (46) at Baltimore. Unbeaten Hopkins won 11-10, to move a step closer to second straight lacrosse title.

May 26, 1958
Jeanne Gurnett, 19, pretty Creighton U. sophomore, has been chosen queen of NCAA baseball tournament and will be on hand to welcome nation's top college teams when they vie for title in Omaha,...

May 26, 1958
BOATING—CALIFORNIA, over Stanford, by 2¼ lengths, in 14:56 for 3 m., Redwood City, Calif.

May 26, 1958
DERBY DAY WINNERSirs:Recently Kentucky Club tobacco had a name-the-horse contest. Please advise the results of said contest.H. T. LORDBerkeley Heights, N.J.

May 26, 1958
"I have," says Nancy Downing, "the ideal life—golf and children and a home." Mrs. Downing may well be the only woman with a lower golf handicap than the number of children at home. There are six...

May 26, 1958