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October 13, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 15

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 13, 1958

October 13, 1958
BASEBALL—MILWAUKEE BRAVES 3 games, New York Yankees 2 games, to lead in World series.

October 13, 1958
5—Richard Meek11—U.P.I., A.P., Budd Studio, John G. Hemmer, U.P.I.14—Herb Scharfman16—Arthur Daley18—John G. Zimmerman19—Herb Scharfman20, 21—Herb Scharfman, John G. Zimmerman28-30—drawings by...

October 13, 1958
Greta Andersen, onetime Danish Olympic champion, fought painful fatigue and adverse tides, pressed on for almost 27 hours, became first to swim 22-mile Catalina channel both ways.

October 13, 1958
[Color television]Color television [Television]Television [Network radio]Network radio

October 13, 1958 | Robert Creamer

October 13, 1958 | Robert Creamer
For the connoisseur, the most delightful aspect of the 1958 World Series was the play of Mr. Albert Schoendienst, second baseman and pro par excellence. Red swung his bat and carried his glove...

October 13, 1958
Everybody who is anybody in Columbus—whether on or off the Ohio State campus—would rather be in purgatory than miss the delicious sight of the OSU varsity mowing down another opponent on Saturday...

October 13, 1958
The National Anthem is meant to rouse feelings of pride and re-dedication in American listeners, not to provoke laughter. It is our duty to report that the Lucy Monroe public address system...

October 13, 1958
Nikita Khrushchev, to Moscow visitor and Cleveland industrialist Cyrus Eaton, as reported by Columnist Drew Pearson: "You Americans use your cars too much. You should walk to be fit. I don't play...

October 13, 1958
•In a spectacular sequence in color, weekend cliffhanger James McCarthy employs his spider's web of ropes to conquer a six-foot overhang in rugged rock-climbing country.

October 13, 1958 | Roy Terrell

October 13, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind

October 13, 1958 | Harry Phillips
As surely as days grow shorter and leaves fall from trees, this season brings SPORTS ILLUSTRATED its first nomination for Sportsman of the Year. Although the year is far from over and many of...

October 13, 1958 | Tex Maule

October 13, 1958 | Martin Kane
Faraway places and strange-sounding names threaten the prestige of our big boys

October 13, 1958 | Charles Goren
In the urgency of reporting to you the exciting results of the European Contract Bridge Championship that ended in another victory for Italy at Oslo last month, much of the color of that...

October 13, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Colonel Frederick Wildman, wine expert and amateur chef, talks about game birds

October 13, 1958 | Compiled by MERVIN HYMAN

October 13, 1958 | Compiled by MERVIN HYMAN
KENTUCKY VS. AUBURNKentucky's Bobby Cravens is one of the South's top halfbacks, but I can't see any team running much against that rough and tough Auburn line. The Tigers are still the class of...

October 13, 1958 | Walter Bingham
A kite, a silent crowd and Roy Campanella helped to make the Series a memorable one

October 13, 1958 | George Plimpton
Where Lorillards and Astors danced, the Joneses play today—on a $1 million golf course

October 13, 1958 | Gerald Holland

October 13, 1958
BASEBALL: GOOD COMPANYSIRS:THE ENJOYMENT OF BASEBALL HAS BEEN INCREASED BY THE RICH LITERATURE WHICH IT HAS HELPED TO CREATE OVER THE YEARS. DURING THE CURRENT SEASON WE HAVE BEEN TREATED TO...

October 13, 1958
'It's better than television'