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June 23, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 25

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Jackie Jensen Cover - Sports Illustrated June 23, 1958

June 23, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—GLENN DAVIS, Ohio State's rapid-gaited one-man gang, set off record-breaking kick at NCAA championships in Berkeley, Calif., running Texas' Eddie Southern into cinders as he...

June 23, 1958
Happy yalemen grab Coxswain Bill Becklean (center) fore and aft and prepare to launch him for traditional dunking in the Thames after outrowing the Harvard crew for an undefeated season (see above).

June 23, 1958
BADMINTON—INDONESIA, over Thailand, 8-1, Thomas Cup interzone final, Singapore.

June 23, 1958
Anna Dmitrieva, 17, chubby Moscow schoolgirl, one of first Russians (other: Andrei Potanin, 17) to compete in world tennis, made debut at Beckenham, England, won junior title in Wimbledon warmup.

June 23, 1958
TROUT: PENNSYLVANIA: Streams N and season at peak. Young Woman's Creek bright spot, with anglers leaning to Light Cahills and Leadwing Coachmen; OG.

June 23, 1958
4—Wendell MacRae6—A.P.12—A.P.13—Reuter-European, Keystone; right, European, A.P. (3), U.P.I. (2)14—Ernie Day18—U.S. Olympic Committee (5), Jack Fields, Frank Jones, Forest Stroup-Arizona Republic,...

June 23, 1958
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June 23, 1958 | Tex Maule
World track marks were lowered in the NCAA meet, tuneup for this weekend's AAU championships which will determine most of the U.S. team for the big July battle in Moscow

June 23, 1958 | Tex Maule
THE SPRINTSBobby MorrowBobby Morrow, the Olympic champion who has used up his NCAA eligibility, tuned up for the AAU with a 9.4 100 and a 20.9 220 around a curve in a regional meet last week....

June 23, 1958
A noted artist who loves racing records the night-and-day drama of the famed French race that is due again this weekend

June 23, 1958

June 23, 1958
Tommy Bolt, announcing metamorphosis into Tame-Tempered Tommy after a first-round 71 in the U.S. Open that he went on to win (see page 34): "Before, when I missed a shot, I wanted to kill...

June 23, 1958
The faceless gentlemen shown just above have two guilty secrets in common. The first is that each of them within the past week has been manager of the almost toothless Detroit Tigers. To many this...

June 23, 1958
•In mixed doubles, should a husband poach on his wife's territory? What to do about it? Bill and Nancy Talbert tell how to enjoy the game more, and play better, too.

June 23, 1958
This well-timed photograph by U.P.I.'s Jerry Taylor caught all kinds of trouble in progress aboard the British cutter Uomie (foreground) last week at the start of the 21st biennial race to Bermuda...

June 23, 1958
The 93rd Yale-Harvard boat race, the 58th U.S. Open golf tournament and the first black-tie charity prizefight, between Joey Giardello and Franz Szuzina, drew these appreciative throngs

June 23, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
Once terrible-tempered, Tommy confirmed his new role of Gentleman Tom and in severe conditions became the first golfer since Hogan to spread-eagle a U.S. Open field

June 23, 1958 | Roy Terrell

June 23, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The Lower Plaza of Rockefeller Center, bordered with trees and the flag 3 of many nations, nearly always has a festive air. In fall and winter it is a pattern of skaters in colored skirts and...

June 23, 1958 | Walter Bingham
Bob Cerv, Kansas City's left fielder, has 17 home runs, 51 runs batted in and one broken jaw. He is leading the league in each department.

June 23, 1958 | Martin Kane
Floyd Patterson trains for a title defense against Roy Harris at Los Angeles

June 23, 1958 | Henry Longhurst
Joe Carr, a long and errant hitter from Dublin, wins his second British Amateur title

June 23, 1958 | Charles Goren
Bridge is one game in which the designation "amateur" applies only to one who plays ineptly. This does not mean that there is no such thing as a simon-pure; only that there is no such thing as a pro.

June 23, 1958
In the Maryland hunt country near Monkton a fox-chasing enthusiast named Harvey S. Ladew has blended hobbies into a showplace

June 23, 1958 | Alice Higgins
A nickel made a story at the rich Pin Oak show, and there, as at Devon, some old favorites, new candidates and a reformed character were the stars

June 23, 1958

June 23, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell

June 23, 1958 | Joel Sayre

June 23, 1958 | Joel Sayre
Lined up in rain at Robber's Roost, Sayre (right) and friends have their picture taken before the start of momentous journey.

June 23, 1958
BOXING: THE POOR KIDSirs:Since when has the art of throwing in the towel become lost?

June 23, 1958
'Sport is a universal language'