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July 07, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 1

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Triandos Cover - Sports Illustrated July 07, 1958

July 07, 1958 | John Mulliken

July 07, 1958 | Roy Terrell
In a desperate moment the Commissioner of Baseball threw the annual All-Star vote into the laps of the players. The result was a couple of the fairest, most sensible teams in years

July 07, 1958 | Robert Creamer
The All-Star Game is one of baseball's two annual events—the World Series is the other—when hundreds of thousands who are not devotees of the sport are prepared to give it some attention. For...

July 07, 1958
When the first All-Star Game was played in 1933 it was tied in as a promotional device to Chicago's gala world's fair, The Century of Progress. A newspaper vote elected 18 players to each squad...

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July 07, 1958
Russian Footballer, following party-line disapprobation of teammate Edik Streltsov, now in a Moscow jail for "hooliganism": "Edik thinks the ocean is salty because herring swim in it."

July 07, 1958
The solitary, headless man shown here in a superlatively pertinent picture taken last week at the Pine Hollow course on Long Island, is the 1958 National Open Champion, Tommy (the...

July 07, 1958
The sporting life flourishes along with the wheat and corn under hot summer's sun

July 07, 1958
•The latest in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S famous instructional how-to series, with step-by-step drawings: How to train your new pet dog so that he will be a good companion.

July 07, 1958 | Evan Jones
Steaming hot dogs, crested with golden mustard and sandwiched by the light-as-air taste of a milk bun, come as close as anything to being America's favorite snack. Sold for years on the sidewalks...

July 07, 1958 | Gwilym Brown
Mickey Wright outclassed the field at Forest Lake to capture her first Women's Open title, which is unlikely to be her last; it was left to a guitar to console some gallant losers

July 07, 1958 | Lew Myers
There are many styles of putting in common use which are of unquestioned merit, each style suiting certain players admirably. For those golfers who are not good putters, however, I would like to...

July 07, 1958
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July 07, 1958 | Charles Goren
When psychic bids were all the rage, it was not uncommon for a Fancy Dan to find himself in a slam contract with but a single trump in his hand. Bidding the Vanderbilt Club, many a declarer finds...

July 07, 1958 | Martin Kane
Painter Crawford is a virtuoso in the ring, too, and may well outbox Indian Ortega

July 07, 1958 | Virginia Kraft

July 07, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Rome wasn't built in a day; and physical fitness can't be achieved in a week. But some weeks can be most helpful. Such a week is this one, July 7 through 12, officially designated Jaycee Fitness Week.

July 07, 1958
BASEBALL: THE FACE IS FAMILIARSirs:May I extend to you my sincere condolence on your lamentations provoked by the selection of a new manager for the Detroit baseball club (SI, June 23). You write...

July 07, 1958
Cover—Bill Young, John G. Zimmerman, Richard Meek, Phil Burchman, Hy Peskin5—Kings Photo Services7—Richard Meek, U.P.I.8—A.P., U.P.I., A.P.9—Nanyang Press, A.P., Toronto Star, U.P.I., George...

July 07, 1958
'I like horses, period'

July 07, 1958
MAKO SHARK: LONG ISLAND: Makos to 200 pounds now in good number about 11 miles southeast of Shinnecock Inlet.

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July 07, 1958
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—INDIANAPOLIS cars, transported to Italy for second year, again proved master of high-banked Monza oval as veteran Jim Rathmann of Miami won all three heats in his Zink...

July 07, 1958
Working millionaire Round Table, second in alltime earnings, carries Willie Shoemaker to wire in the Arch Ward Memorial.

July 07, 1958
BOATING—MAVERICK, driven by Bill Stead, Diamond Cup for unlimited hydros, with 101.752-mph average, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

July 07, 1958
Marilyn Bell, 20, freckled and pretty Canadian who proved her endurance by being first to swim Lake Ontario, later conquered English Channel, received her award, was named to Canada's Sports Hall...