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June 30, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 26

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated June 30, 1958

June 30, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

June 30, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell
The winning skipper tells the story of the little yawl which took her second Bermuda Race in a row despite 100-to-1 odds against the history-making double

June 30, 1958
At the Feria de San Fermin a visitor can lose a week's sleep and, if he wishes, he can risk losing his life

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June 30, 1958
Foreign Minister Subandrio of Indonesia, welcoming his nation's world champion badminton squad after Thomas Cup victory: "Those boys have done more to give Indonesia confidence than anything before."

June 30, 1958
Top Golfers the world over, from Tommy Bolt to Pete Nakamura, can trace their ancestry back 200 years to St. Andrews in Scotland where the Royal and Ancient Golf Club has stood for all that is...

June 30, 1958
The buoyant characters at left are costumed like Washington Senators but are not behaving like Washington Senators; hope springs eternal in Washington, but the team hasn't gotten off the ground in...

June 30, 1958
England's Royal Ascot, with its green lawns and elegantly caparisoned guests in the Royal Enclosure, has always had as much the air of a Buckingham Palace garden party as of a race meeting. But...

June 30, 1958 | James Murray

June 30, 1958 | James Murray
Paul Zimmerman, sports editor of the L.A. Times, last week unleashed the first local blast against the Dodgers since the move from Brooklyn: "It is high time someone in authority does something...

June 30, 1958
•Faces will replace these question marks on our next week's cover: four top players from each league, the winners in the players' own vote for the All-Star starting lineups.

June 30, 1958 | Walter Bingham
Although it was nearly noon, Mr. Donald Newcombe, lately of Brooklyn and Los Angeles, but currently of Cincinnati, was still in bed. Dressed in red flannel pajamas and propped up by a pillow, he...

June 30, 1958 | William F. Talbert
The four-time national mixed doubles champion and his wife Nancy give some pointers on how to enjoy a fine summer pastime

June 30, 1958 | William F. Talbert
For men:

June 30, 1958 | Harry Phillips
July claims fame for its Fourth and the All-Star Baseball Game, but also this year, as I suppose everyone must know by now, for being National Hot Dog Month. In honor of that and in overdue...

June 30, 1958 | Martin Kane
Light heavyweight Jesse Bowdry is expected to explode against Jerry Luedee at Louisville July 4, and Ike Logart takes on a West Coast puncher two days before

June 30, 1958 | Dave Marr
One question I am asked very frequently is, "How do you put spin on a pitch shot?" It takes a little explaining, so let me begin at the beginning. The ball is played off the left heel, and the...

June 30, 1958 | Charles Goren
That talk is not as cheap as it sometimes appears to be was demonstrated by a little byplay in connection with the hand shown below.

June 30, 1958 | Tex Maule
Nerveless veterans grabbed most of the AAU honors and the envied assignments to Russia

June 30, 1958 | Tex Maule
At the conclusion of the national championships the following team was chosen to compete in the dual meet with Russia July 27-28

June 30, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
One way or another, trotting's biggest prize should fall to Del Miller. Either his own entry or a colt sired by his million-dollar stallion, Adios, is the likely winner

June 30, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
The Messenger Stake for 3-year-old pacers. Named for the English-bred Messenger, progenitor of practically all harness horses racing today, who died in 1808.

June 30, 1958 | Evan Jones
The day is fulgent, the countryside is lush. The queen's privy buckhounds can be heard above the two thin copper sounds of the horn, and in a sun-dappled glade the royal cook has begun to unpack...

June 30, 1958 | Bill Leonard

June 30, 1958 | Bill Leonard
CW: Continental code. DX: Literally, distance. A distant or difficult-to-reach station. OM: Old man. Any male ham operator. YL: Young lady. Girl ham operator. XYL: Wife [sic!]. CQ: General call to...

June 30, 1958 | Bill Leonard
The Federal Government favors ham operations and has made it relatively easy to become a licensed radio amateur.

June 30, 1958 | Ezra Bowen
Sports Illustrated's boating editor who was aboard the class A competitor Dyna, arrived in Bermuda shortly before Finisterre to record his own evaluation of the race.

June 30, 1958 | Ezra Bowen
A second look at Finisterre's inside (this magazine's readers got their first look in June 1956) shows Finisterre as the perfect combination of speed and comfort at sea, able to cruise an ocean...

June 30, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—AUSTRALIA'S HERB ELLIOTT, AMERICA'S GLENN DAVIS and HAROLD CONNOLLY turned in some spectacular world record-tweaking at AAU meet in Bakersfield, Calif. (June 20-21). Elliott, lithe...

June 30, 1958
Roaring start before packed stands sends 55 cars off in the tragedy-filled Le Mans 24-hour endurance race, which was won by America's Phil Hill and Belgium's Olivier Gendebien (see above).

June 30, 1958 | Paul Mandel

June 30, 1958
THE YANKEES (CONT.) Sirs: Dr. Schissel has been heard from again (19TH HOLE, June 16). Mr. Woodcock's article to which he refers is to be commended. The point that perfection does not always...

June 30, 1958
'This is the sport for competitors'

June 30, 1958
BOATING—MIT, natl. intercollegiate dinghy title, with 229 pts., Newport Beach, Calif.

June 30, 1958
Carole Pushing, 18, Carleton College freshman who "came to see the champs play," stuck around to upset seasoned Joanne Gunderson, Meriam Bailey and Judy Bell, won women's college golf title at...

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June 30, 1958
STRIPED BASS: MASSACHUSETTS: Twelve to 18 bass being taken on morning tide in Cape Cod Canal. Live herring and eel skins favored. A 51-pounder taken by Bob Pimental of Fall River top fish last...

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6—A.P.7—A.P. (2); right. A,P. (2), Budd Studio, Phil Bath, A.P., Phil Bath8—U.P.I. (2), A.P. (2)13—Morris Rosenfeld, Gene Ray-Bermuda News Bureau20-22—drawings by Ajay23—Joseph McKeown24,...

June 30, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
DR. RICHARD THOMPSON JR.Washington, D.C.Yes, to raise the quality of racing. Amateur drivers have gotten to the point where, to improve their efficiency, they must drive more often than their...

June 30, 1958
Leading events—United States and international—through November

June 30, 1958 | Sydney J. Harris