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July 21, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 3

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Chris von Saltza Cover - Sports Illustrated July 21, 1958

July 21, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

July 21, 1958 | Jim Brosnan

July 21, 1958 | Jim Brosnan
The pleasant young fellow on the left looks like a professor. He wears glasses, smokes a pipe, reads good books and welcomes conversation on any subject from religion to real estate. His...

July 21, 1958
Colorful surfboards with sails are cutting a bright pattern across the nation's waterfront, offering fun to families with small budgets and big appetites for sailing

July 21, 1958

July 21, 1958
Nino Valdes after his ninth-round knockout of Heavyweight Harold Carter in Spokane: "I did it for my baby. He's four months old. He eats all the time."

July 21, 1958
THE OLD GIRL AND THE SEAWith matronly grace, the 19-year-old Stephens-designed sloop Vim showed this view of her elegant stern to a sleek young rival in the first cup Defense Trial off Newport,...

July 21, 1958
•In the space of one short season burly Frank Thomas has escaped near anonymity to become the No. 1 slugger of the National League. Roy Terrell tells what happened.

July 21, 1958 | Richard Pollard
That is the attitude of the comely young lady opposite. At the age of 14, Chris von Saltza is the nation's best swimmer

July 21, 1958 | Virginia Kraft

July 21, 1958 | Harry Phillips
If the lion is king of the jungle, the swordfish is king of the sea. Aloof, beautiful and most monstrous, it appears first in history in Aristotle's Historia animalium, as Xiphias, the sword....

July 21, 1958 | Barry Burn
The journalistic efforts of Player, Magee et al.—a report on the touring prose

July 21, 1958 | Whitney Tower
Differences remain unsettled in two divisions, sometimes for very honorable reasons

July 21, 1958 | Robert Creamer
Fans rooted for their own American League, but heartily damned those Yankees

July 21, 1958 | Robert Creamer
Late last May, four months after the automobile accident that crippled him, Roy Campanella was transferred from Glen Cove (L.I.) Hospital near his home to the New York University-Bellevue Medical...

July 21, 1958 | Gilbert Rogin
The tiger is Pete Rademacher, the trail is Zora Folley's, but the tiger may be toothless

July 21, 1958

July 21, 1958
The colorful gentleman on the opposite page, Clarence L. Craven, has sometimes been mistaken, beaver hat and all, for a lion tamer. Actually, he is dressed and ready to perform his duties in one...

July 21, 1958 | Charles Goren

July 21, 1958 | Woodrow Wilson Sayre

July 21, 1958
BOATING—VIM, only oldtimer in the bunch, was even perkier and friskier than her spanking new rivals as America's Cup trials began at Newport, R.I. Sailing briskly over 21-mile windward-leeward...

July 21, 1958
Artful backhand by Sammy Giammalva returns shot as Partner Barry MacKay stands alertly by in Davis Cup match at Toronto. Americans beat Canada's Bedard and Fontana 6-1, 13-11, 6-4.

July 21, 1958
CHALLENGE ACCEPTEDSirs:I accept your invitation to identify the National Leaguers in the 1955 All-Star Game (WONDERFUL WORLD, July 7). They are: Willie Mays (5), Fred Haney (6), Duke Snider (7),...

July 21, 1958
'We had plenty'

July 21, 1958
BASEBALL—THE NETHERLANDS, over Italy, 5-2, European championship, Amsterdam.

July 21, 1958
Edgar Eisenhower, Tacoma, Wash. attorney, all smiles after his 67 on home course, slyly commented on brother Ike's 89 at Ottawa: "I shoot 'em straight, without trial balloons. I don't believe in...

July 21, 1958
MUSKELLUNGE: WISCONSIN: FVG in Indian Head area of northern state where the "Big Chip" (Chippewa River) along with Round Ghost, Spider and Couderay lakes are offering muskie over 30 pounds and OVG.

July 21, 1958
Cover—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette4—Don Bellows5—Richard Meek, A.P.6—U.P.I.7—A.P. (2); right, Jon Brenneis, Bill Gallagher-Flint Journal, Carleton Mitchell, U.P.I., Mickey Senko-N. Y. Herald...