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September 01, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 9

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Roy Harris Cover - Sports Illustrated September 01, 1958

September 01, 1958
All times E.D.T.

September 01, 1958 | Martin Kane

September 01, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
The new U.S. Women's Amateur champion is a tall, slender girl from Marysville, Washington, Anne Quast. She is on the verge of turning 21, a senior at Stanford (where she is majoring in history),...

September 01, 1958
Chicks and ducks and geese had to scurry when the hot-rod people moved into Oklahoma. About 500 of this happy, grease-stained breed were congregating at the National Hot Rod Association's annual...

September 01, 1958
September

September 01, 1958
Billy Joe Patton, upon being named captain of the Americas Cup golf team: "I'm highly flattered—but I'm afraid it's only a sign you're getting old when they start naming you captain."

September 01, 1958
•A journey in color pictures to the Miramichi, the fabled salmon river of New Brunswick, Canada, where in September the run of this great game fish reaches its climax.

September 01, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell

September 01, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell
Scuttlebutt is the name for a ship's drinking fountain—the place for rumor-swapping. Herewith Boating Reporter Mort Lund passes on the current Newport scuttlebutt:

September 01, 1958
Watching his children and some of their friends at play in a shaded stream near Croton, N.Y., Photographer Smith, whose camera has a poet's eye, rediscovered the endless fascination with water...

September 01, 1958 | Virginia Kraft
Sports Illustrated presents a hunting adventure in the newest state (opposite) plus a directory for the others and Canada, too

September 01, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Sport and physical fitness have as natural a partnership as bread and butter. While both have much to be said for themselves separately, they are even better together; and I'm sure that's the way...

September 01, 1958
As the new hunting year gets under way, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, with the assistance of the game commissions of the U.S. and Canada, presents a guide to open seasons across the continent. The dates...

September 01, 1958 | Charles Goren
In the Summer National Tournament of the American Bridge Contract League, reported here last week, the semifinal match, in which the victorious Fishbein team eliminated the strong combination led...

September 01, 1958 | Richard Pollard

September 01, 1958 | Richard Pollard
The pretty girl with the hesitant smile is golf's newest heroine, Anne Quast, the Stanford coed who last week won the 58th U.S. Women's Amateur title at the Wee Burn Country Club in Darien, Conn....

September 01, 1958 | Wally Grant
Pitch shots from 10 to 50 yards out are easier to execute if you play the ball center left instead of off the right foot. Most beginners, when attempting to play this shot from the right foot,...

September 01, 1958 | Whitney Tower
Economically, Saratoga had a bad year, but it was an artistic success for the faithful

September 01, 1958 | Les Woodcock
That's the medicine Dick Hyde, who wanted to be a doctor, is furnishing Washington pitching

September 01, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
In its final appearance the sawhorse is used to help increase your flexibility

September 01, 1958 | William F. Talbert
Traditional Newport was the first to try James Van Alert's new streamlined tennis

September 01, 1958 | Hans von Kaltenborn

September 01, 1958
TURF: EXIT THE REAL HORSESirs:Although a New Yorker, I now live out here in California where I am happy to say that, among other pleasures, children are permitted to enjoy a holiday with their...

September 01, 1958
4—Walter Daran7—A.P. (2), U.P.I.8—A.P. (3), U.P.I. (3), John Greensmith9—I.N.P.18, 19—U.P.I. (5), A.P.20, 21—U.P.I.24—drawings by Ajay31—Bowman Graton34-37—W. Eugene Smith-Magnum...

September 01, 1958
'The view was fine—still is, thank God'

September 01, 1958
BASEBALL—NEW YORK YANKEES, who make habit of cooling off pretenders, lured streaking White Sox into Stadium, polished them off in two out of three before splitting Sunday pair with Detroit to wind...

September 01, 1958
Best in majors, Cubs' Ernie Banks heads for first as his 40th homer sails into the seats at Chicago. Two days later, he hit No. 41.

September 01, 1958
Nancie Rideout, 20, shapely Cypress Gardens, Fla. water skier, was in rare form at national championships in Pine Mountain, Ga., winning slalom, tricks event and completing grand slam with world...

September 01, 1958
BASEBALL—EAST, over West, 4-3, Negro American League All-Star game, Chicago.

September 01, 1958