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October 27, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 17

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Chuck Zimmerman Cover - Sports Illustrated October 27, 1958

October 27, 1958
[Color television]Color television[Television]Television[Network radio]Network radio

October 27, 1958
BASEBALL—NEW YORK YANKEES, 32 fullshares worth $8,759 each for winning World Series; MILWAUKEE BRAVES, 31 shares worth $5,896 for losing. BOB TURLEY, WARREN SPAHN, JACKIE JENSEN, ERNIE BANKS,...

October 27, 1958
4—Richard Meek13—Hy Peskin, U.P.I. (2), A.P. (2), Central Press, Cardinali Studio14, 15—Art Shay (2), A.P.17—John G. Zimmerman, Joe Kordick-Chicago Sun-Times (2)22, 23—Stan Wayman-LIFE, Tony...

October 27, 1958
Beverly Hanson, winner of only two golf tournaments this year, even so ended season as leading moneymaker on LPGA tour with $12,639. In 20 other matches she placed eighth or better.

October 27, 1958 | Roy Terrell

October 27, 1958 | Roy Terrell
Northwestern Scored fifth touchdown on 34-yard run off this strong-side power play, executed by second-string backfield. With line unbalanced to left, Quarterback Chip Holcomb (24) takes ball from...

October 27, 1958
THE STATE ON NEW ICE

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October 27, 1958
President Eisenhower, asked about his favorite sports: "There are three that I like all for the same reason—golf, fishing and shooting—because they take you into the fields.... They induce you to...

October 27, 1958
Some 120 weeks ago, to the widespread satisfaction of his countrymen, President Eisenhower took the first steps to establish a federally directed program for youth fitness. Two key groups were set...

October 27, 1958
•Alice Higgins presents a PREVIEW of the National Horse Show on the eve of its diamond jubilee. Striking color photographs catch the special flavor of the event.

October 27, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax

October 27, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind

October 27, 1958 | Whitney Tower

October 27, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Horse Shows on this continent now move to their colorful climax—with the Pennsylvania National at Harrisburg, Pa. (Oct. 18-25) leading off, followed by the National at New York (Nov. 4-11) and the...

October 27, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Amory Haskell, distinguished horseman and a distinguished host, reveals his favorite recipe: a very special lobster dish

October 27, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Dip approximately 5 pounds of live lobsters in rapidly boiling water for a minute or two only, or until they can be handled easily. Then cut up, removing meat and discarding shells. (This method...

October 27, 1958 | Tex Maule
Wily George Halas, who almost invented pro football, leads his Bears out of hibernation

October 27, 1958
Autumn's rainy days have always driven children indoors to seek amusement—and this 18th century boy building his house of cards could find many a modern-day counterpart on a wet afternoon. French...

October 27, 1958 | John O'Reilly
He looks like a kite and flies like a glider, and you may have one in your attic

October 27, 1958 | William Johnson
Young Lance Reventlow had both as pro sports car racing bowed in on the West Coast

October 27, 1958 | Charles Goren
There is no better way to learn to play good bridge than by sitting down in a game—preferably with better players and with a good teacher at your elbow. Among the most enthusiastic of students who...

October 27, 1958 | Alice Higgins
At the brand-new Washington show German riders collected everything except the tickets

October 27, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
48 Climbing a rope will tone flabby arms, trim the waist and flatten the abdomen

October 27, 1958 | Joe Cannon
Golfers frequently question me about what appears to be, in the swings of the best golfers, a sitting-down motion at the beginning of the downswing. I explain to them that they get this impression...

October 27, 1958 | Alden Stevens

October 27, 1958 | Alden Stevens
In May 1908, the year after he created the Inland Waterways Commission, President Roosevelt called a conference to the White House to discuss conservation on a nationwide basis. An extraordinary...

October 27, 1958
BASEBALL: THE SERIESSirs:All hail the Yanks! As for Milwaukee—they still make good beer!SAM SMALLEYAuburn, Maine

October 27, 1958
'They kept me young'

October 27, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

October 27, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
AUBURN VS. MARYLANDDespite last week's standoff with Georgia Tech, Auburn is still the best defensive team in the country. Maryland doesn't have the offense to hurt the Tigers. AUBURN.

October 27, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
ED REUTINGERDirector, football salesWilson Sporting Goods Co.River Grove, Ill.No. They're different types of football. The pro game is wide open, with the forward pass the potent play. The college...

October 27, 1958
A raft of artificial lures are raising hob with honkers