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June 09, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 23

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Dick Mayer Cover - Sports Illustrated June 09, 1958

June 09, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—BOBBY MORROW, back in Olympic form (see below), was jack rabbit-fast in California Relays at Modesto, anchored Abilene Christian teammates to pair of world records. Morrow followed...

June 09, 1958
Driving finish by Bobby Morrow (left) nips straining Willie White (right) and Ray Norton in 100 in 9.4. at California Relays.

June 09, 1958
BOATING—NAVY, over Wisconsin, by 2 lengths, in 9:07.5 for 1¾ miles, Madison, Wis.

June 09, 1958
Glen (Fireball) Roberts, Daytona Beach leadfoot who has found it hard to win, highballed around Trenton Speedway at 84.522 mph in 1957 Chevy, won $7,500 in Northern 500, NASCAR's answer to Indy.

June 09, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

June 09, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
Ed Elisian made it and lost it, his first-lap spin touching off a hideous 13-car crash in the Indy '500' which killed Pat O'Connor

June 09, 1958
Two tremendous races pit members of the world's most exclusive fraternity

June 09, 1958
When road racing had to be abandoned at Del Monte two years ago, the local bartenders' union spear-headed a new and beautiful course at nearby Laguna Seca

June 09, 1958

June 09, 1958
Pete Bryan, father of Jimmy Bryan, winner of the Indianapolis "500": "Now I hope he'll retire.... I'm not a superstitious man, but I've noticed that Indianapolis winners ever since 1911 have had a...

June 09, 1958
•Despite an ailing leg, Lew Hoad will try to upset Pancho Gonzales in the Forest Hills pro tournament. Marvin Newman's color camera captures the two stars in action.

June 09, 1958
Coast to coast and overseas last week crowds assembled to watch the best drivers in the world in some of the classic races of the motor-sport year. In Europe the focus was the brilliant, 15-mile...

June 09, 1958
The Bigs is what the ballplayers at the University of Southern California call the major leagues, and The Bigs is where they want to be. The most serious decision confronting the carefree young...

June 09, 1958
This solitary Canada goose making a hot landing on Gaddy's Pond, a refuge for peripatetic honkers in Ansonville, North Carolina, was photographed by David Goodnow, a patient and ingenious man....

June 09, 1958 | Jo Ahern Zill
Three pretty and talented ones share SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's American Sportswear Design Awards

June 09, 1958 | Harry Phillips
In terms of physical hazards, perhaps the next thing to going over Niagara Falls in a barrel is running the torrential Colorado. There the similarity between the two exploits ends. For the first...

June 09, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind

June 09, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
PLACE—Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa

June 09, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
Julius Boros, in addition to winning the title in 1952, has once tied for 2nd (1956), twice tied for 4th (1951, 1957), once tied for 5th and, all in all compiled in the last decade an Open record...

June 09, 1958 | George Bayer
At PGA clinics the club I usually am asked to demonstrate is the one-iron, a club I use a good deal in my play and for which I have a genuine fondness. I like the one-iron because, in my...

June 09, 1958 | Whitney Tower
Tim Tam heads a Calumet team intent on making turf history in the 90th Belmont

June 09, 1958 | Whitney Tower
1919 SIR BARTONJ.K.L. RossMoney made this horse and money killed him. He entered the Kentucky Derby a maiden, without a race at 3, carrying Ross's $250,000 bet and Jockey Johnny Loftus. He won by...

June 09, 1958 | Roy Terrell

June 09, 1958 | Martin Kane
It's black tie and dinner gowns as Washington Society turns out for the fights

June 09, 1958 | Charles Goren
On my recent trip to the Riviera to participate in bridge festivities at Juan Les Pins and Monte Carlo, it was pleasant to meet again with my friend, Captain Ewart Kempson, editor of Britain's...

June 09, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
Breeding tells in a baby foal who will one day be hitched to a sulky and test his graceful gait against other trotters

June 09, 1958 | Whitney Tower

June 09, 1958
TENNIS: BY LOVE POSSESSEDSirs:May I offer a word of commendation on James Van Alen's remarks on deemphasizing the service in tennis (Down with love, SI, May 26).

June 09, 1958
11—A.P., U.P.I., A.P., U.P.I.12—A.P. (2), John G. Hemmer, Hochi Shimbun, M. E. Warren, Stuart B, Hertz-Seattle Post Intelligencer, U.P.I.18, 19—A.P.20—A.P., Kemsley21—Melbourne Herald, Central...

June 09, 1958
'Give me the kids on the sidelines'