SI Vault
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS

November 03, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 18

Previous Previous
Hugh Wiley Cover - Sports Illustrated November 03, 1958

November 03, 1958
4—Robert Dyer10—U.P.I., A.P. (2), U.P.I., Oscar J. Valeton-New Orleans States-Item, John G. Hemmer26—drawing by Ajay27—Martin Nathan33—Ted Polumbaum34—James W. Guillot, John McIvor, Jon...

November 03, 1958
BASEBALL—NISHITETSU LIONS, 4 games to 3, over Yomiuri Giants to win Japan "World Series" for third straight year after trailing 0-3 in early games; Tokyo.

November 03, 1958
Marilyn Painter, 21, a winsome senior from Pittsburgh at Penn State, was chosen as the Livestock Rodeo Queen at talent-filled Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg.

November 03, 1958
All times are E.S.T.

November 03, 1958 | Whitney Tower
A pair of superb 2-year-olds, First Landing and Tomy Lee, overcame nature's added handicap to stage one of the great races of the year

November 03, 1958
In another of his series on Asia's lively games, traveling artist John Groth records exotic sports of Thailand, the subcontinent of India and Afghanistan

November 03, 1958

November 03, 1958
Michigan State's Duffy Daugherty, suffering after first shutout since 1954: "Have you heard about my new TV program? It's called Where's My Line?"

November 03, 1958
From the spectator's point of view, the best football in the nation last week was the Army-Pitt game. It was so good, a driving rain could dislodge only a casual handful of the 50,000 people...

November 03, 1958
For 24 days, from the end of September until last week, the high and austere Congress Hall of Munich's stately Deutsche Museum has been the scene of the world's biennial Chess Olympics—team play...

November 03, 1958
ExclusiveTHE AMAZING HERB ELLIOTT

November 03, 1958 | Roy Terrell

November 03, 1958 | Alice Higgins
Seventy-five years old this week, the New York National again features the elegance and grace of the world's top riders

November 03, 1958 | Harry Phillips
For the more than 160,000 mainlanders who visit her each year, Hawaii is a scenic dreamland of mountains and bright colors, waving palms and breaking waves. But increasingly Hawaii is also...

November 03, 1958 | Tex Maule
The big news of the season is an odd-looking formation, born in Canada and now maturing with the Chicago Cardinals

November 03, 1958 | Tex Maule
Triple-wing T provides quick striking power with five pass receivers—Ends Gern Nagler (86) and Woodley Lewis (20), Halfbacks Ollie Matson (33) and John Crow (44) and Fullback Joe Childress...

November 03, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
An oversized roast proves a harrowing trial—and an old recipe makes a great venison stew

November 03, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
Thriving foreign automakers are busting buttons at London's big show this week—and eying the U.S. as eagerly as ever. Sports Illustrated here presents its own showing of new foreign cars

November 03, 1958 | Charles Goren
Not long ago, about halfway through one of our less successful sessions, my most frequent and most favorite bridge partner chirped: "That's one hand we'll never see in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED." It gave...

November 03, 1958 | Al Besselink
I used to be an in-and-outer on the greens, but I've been putting very well, I'd say, since adopting George Low's method. George is one of the greatest putters any of us have encountered, and...

November 03, 1958 | William Leggett
Neji, our greatest jumper, makes a heartfelt farewell to American competition

November 03, 1958 | Fred R. Smith
As the Oregon woods, the Dakota plains, the Michigan forests and the Carolina hills echo to the boom of guns this season, they will also be aglow with gunners in raiment brighter than a harvest...

November 03, 1958 | Compiled by MERVIN HYMAN

November 03, 1958 | Compiled by MERVIN HYMAN
1. NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA (7-0)2. WILLAMETTE (6-0)3. ARIZONA ST. (FLAGSTAFF) (7-0)4. MISSOURI VALLEY (5-0)5. ST. BENEDICT'S (7-0)6. GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS (6-0)7. KEARNEY STATE (7-0)8. LAMAR TECH (TEXAS)...

November 03, 1958 | Compiled by MERVIN HYMAN
SYRACUSE VS. PITTSyracuse has a fine passer in Chick Zimmerman, but Pitt has two of them in Ivan Toncic and Bill Kaliden, who operate behind a harder charging line. I like PITT.

November 03, 1958 | Ed Zern

November 03, 1958 | Ed Zern
The Conduct and Judging of Spaniel Field Trials, published by the English Springer Spaniel Field Trial Association (50¢)

November 03, 1958
Sirs:Gerald Holland's conversation piece on Coach Horace Jasper (Boogey Man) Blenheim (The Coach, SI, Oct. 13) is a marvelously witty achievement. The little passage where Football Booster Tony...

November 03, 1958
'An ideal charger'

November 03, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
LOUIS T. BENEZETPres., Colorado CollegeColorado Springs, Colo.The practice of enrolling Canadians is the product of the desire to win. The only-solution is to accept Canadian players directly out...

November 03, 1958
NOVEMBER

November 03, 1958 | Dr. William J. Long
A stealthy hunter, the great horned owl is a shadowy, voracious killer. His eerie hoot is the call of doom