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December 01, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 22

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Georgia Saviers Cover - Sports Illustrated December 01, 1958

December 01, 1958
BASKETBALL—New York, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.

December 01, 1958
4—John G. Zimmerman11—A.P., Warren Ballard, U.P.I., A.P., Larson-Chicago Sun-Times, Richard Meek16—Juan Guzman24, 26—drawings by Ajay29—A.P., Brisbane Courier-Mail, Melbourne Herald and Weekly...

December 01, 1958
Mary Ann Slazinik, 18, of Pine Bush, N.Y., was chosen the 1958 National Roller Skate Queen at Miami Beach competition. Miss Slazinik then announced plans to study medicine with $2,500 prize.

December 01, 1958
All times E.S.T.

December 01, 1958 | Tex Maule

December 01, 1958 | Gwilym Brown

December 01, 1958 | Gwilym Brown
Mexico City

December 01, 1958
This is the skier's season, when the snow trains start hooting their way into the snow country loaded with skis

December 01, 1958

December 01, 1958
Claude Gilstrap, Arlington (Texas) Junior College coach, grumbling over the 1958 points-after-touchdown rule: "It puts too much pressure on the cheerleaders. Until this season they always knew...

December 01, 1958
The plonk of tennis balls was hard to hear amid the cheers of football crowds, the screech of hockey skates on ice and the chant of slave traders peddling flesh in the smoke-filled marts of...

December 01, 1958
•In the annual College Basketball Issue, Kentucky's controversial Adolph Rupp writes a forthright declaration of his sometimes criticized coaching philosophy. Collegian Ron Johnson explains how...

December 01, 1958 | Gilbert Rogin
His unheralded journey from Sweden to New York should lead to a fight with Floyd Patterson

December 01, 1958 | Walter Bingham
Tuberculosis has perhaps ended the playing days of Red Schoendienst, Milwaukee's great second baseman

December 01, 1958
SEVEN FACES OF TONY ROCCA

December 01, 1958 | Mort Lund

December 01, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Basketball arouses strong feelings in players, coaches and spectators. (The one picture above should be worth any thousand words I could say on this subject.) It also seems to arouse nothing but...

December 01, 1958
This year the skier will find more inventive ski equipment than ever for better safety and performance

December 01, 1958 | Roy Terrell

December 01, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
A last-place team for three straight seasons, New York leads the league. Here's why

December 01, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
When they're bad they're very, very good, but when they're good, they're horrid—that's the hockey philosophy of the Hub

December 01, 1958 | Charles Goren
At the Fall Nationals in Detroit they have some all-comers events that sound enticing

December 01, 1958 | Buck Luce
The Golfer who can play an intentional fade when the situation calls for it possesses one of the most important shots in the game. At our club, for example, there are several tough holes which are...

December 01, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Italian risotto proves easy to make with electric control

December 01, 1958 | Vannevar Bush

December 01, 1958 | Vannevar Bush
Dr. Alfred O. C. Nier, atom bomb specialist, physics professor at the University of Minnesota, swims, fishes, here runs along Cass Lake beach with his wife Ruth.

December 01, 1958 | Vannevar Bush
Dr. Albert Einstein, shown here on his sailboat in Germany in 1930, was a lifelong devotee of peaceful outdoor relaxation.

December 01, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman

December 01, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
(Final NAIA Ratings)

December 01, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
AUBURN VS. ALABAMACoach Bear Bryant has done a fine job bringing Alabama back, but that solid Auburn defense, the best in the nation, will be too much for the Crimson Tide. AUBURN.

December 01, 1958
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR (CONT.)Sirs:I too agree with Mr. G. W. Fleming's philosophy in regard to the selection of the Sportsman of the Year (19TH HOLE, Nov. 10).

December 01, 1958
'Ready and eager'

December 01, 1958
This year there are more ski areas with better facilities than ever. To assist the skier in his choice of places, both old and new, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has compiled a representative guide to the...

December 01, 1958
In the Midwest only money and earth movers stand between people and skiing