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July 28, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 4

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Frank Thomas Cover - Sports Illustrated July 28, 1958

July 28, 1958

July 28, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell

July 28, 1958 | Tex Maule
The first-ever track meet between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. is an odd moment in history

July 28, 1958
Mile-high mountain trails provide a margin between defeat and victory during the 24-day Tour de France, the world's most famous bicycle race

July 28, 1958

July 28, 1958
Exuberant seattle booster, on learning of the Washington Huskies' victory over five Russian crews in Moscow: "Maybe we ought to move that shell down to the Mediterranean to help out the Sixth Fleet."

July 28, 1958
The baseball hearings continued last week, though Casey Stengel had abandoned politics and was devoting his political acumen to a Yankee home stand in the Stadium.

July 28, 1958
THE 20-GOAL CHAMPS

July 28, 1958
•Summer life on the most famous little island in the world, historic Nantucket, is captured in the color photographs of Toni Frissell, with narrative by Gerald Holland.

July 28, 1958 | Horace Sutton

July 28, 1958 | Roy Terrell

July 28, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Everyone familiar with Charles Goren or his writings on bridge knows that he is as concerned with the manners of play as with the manner of play. His natural diplomacy, in fact, has made him not...

July 28, 1958 | Martin Kane
Former Champion Gene Fullmer starts a national comeback against Szuzina

July 28, 1958 | Whitney Tower

July 28, 1958 | Charles Goren
Each year, the American Contract Bridge League selects from its roster of 75,000 players one honorary member. Past selections have included such historic names as Milton Work, Wilbur Whitehead,...

July 28, 1958
BOATING—COLUMBIA and VIM, dogged by failing winds, even so made impressive showings in first series of 12-meter America's Cup trials off Newport. Easterner and Weatherly, in less-advanced stage of...

July 28, 1958
Swinging down the lane, Chris Chataway (left), Roger Bannister and Peter Driver leave Buckingham Palace with message from Queen officially opening British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales.

July 28, 1958 | Lionel Hebert
When he is playing a course where the fairways are narrow and tree-lined, the man who is a good driver really shines. A good driver is a player who can plan a certain type of shot to fit the...

July 28, 1958
4—Dan Weiner5—Combine, A.P.7—A.P., John G. Zimmerman, Richard Meek, Jacques DePotier-Paris-Match, A.P., Combine, Kansas City Star11—A.P.12, 13—Thomas Dexter Stevens-Providence Journal-Bulletin,...

July 28, 1958
The massive rock façade of this great granite quarry at Rockport, Mass. was a source of almost endless fascination for Joseph De Martini, who shows it here at evening when young men come to swim...

July 28, 1958 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver

July 28, 1958
BOATING—AMERICAN YACHT CLUB in 10-race round robin for Syce Cup and women's sailing championship of Long Island Sound.

July 28, 1958
BASEBALL: LADIES' DAYSirs:Irene Esquivel's description of a typical day at the Coliseum (19TH HOLE, July 14) was very touching, but the all-too-familiar attack on East Coast fans caused me to...

July 28, 1958
'I'd like to win something big'

July 28, 1958
Dow Finsterwald, 28, golf's most consistent runner-up, pulled himself together to win PGA championship, his first victory in 31 months. Third-highest money winner last year, Finsterwald added...