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February 02, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 5

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Ron Delany Cover - Sports Illustrated February 02, 1959

February 02, 1959 | Tex Maule

February 02, 1959 | Tex Maule
Plans of the nation's major college football independents to form a jet-age conference of their own—fit to challenge the increasingly popular pros for the public's support and attention—also...

February 02, 1959 | H.W.W.
California has given the 1959 pro golfing tour a palpitating send-off. And a Californian is the circuit's most talked-about personality

February 02, 1959
This Time last year, when the word was of recession, the National Motor Boat Show came to New York and set dazzling records in both attendance and sales (SI, Feb. 3, 1958). Maybe this was a...

February 02, 1959
Emanuel Celler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, promising organized baseball a time of trials: "They want exemption from antitrust laws. Well, they're not going to get it. I am going to...

February 02, 1959
The way big-name athletes popped into the news last week, neatly paired off in smiling buddy-chum poses, was heartening to contemplate. Most heartening of all was the sight of the two fresh young...

February 02, 1959
New year's weekend launched the East's smartest new ski area, Sugarbush, Vt., and the longest and most comfortable new ski lift in America. The lift's almost spherical gondola cars—latest sleek...

February 02, 1959
How did the lonely end get his signals? As a strategist and tactician, West Point's Earl Blaik has always been a hard man to outguess; so when he told a New York Touchdown Club dinner last week...

February 02, 1959
•Richard Meek photographs in color the sometimes brilliant, sometimes homey spectacle of winter fun amidst the impressive snow-coated beauties of the Colorado Rockies.

February 02, 1959 | Gerald Holland

February 02, 1959 | Tex Maule

February 02, 1959 | Tex Maule
For a unique color photograph by John G. Zimmerman that captures the crowded panorama of indoor track and field competition, turn the page.

February 02, 1959 | Harry Phillips
Many fishing purists, among them Ted Williams, consider the bonefish the finest light-tackle antagonist of them all. In this issue it takes its place with such eminent rivals as the steelhead and...

February 02, 1959
The bright and colorful panoply of the indoor track season sparkles in this picture of Madison square Garden, its banked balcoines full of enthusiasts and the infield populated with athletes in...

February 02, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
For Adele Astaire and her friends not the least of the pleasures of Round Hill are its tropical drinks

February 02, 1959 | John Hislop
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February 02, 1959 | Robert H. Boyle
With Jim spending, Rudy whipping and Litz, Tod and Ted scoring, Chicago's hockey team becomes a Stanley Cup threat

February 02, 1959 | Willy Schaeffler/Ski Coach, University Of Denver
SHORTSWING THROUGH MOGULS

February 02, 1959 | Charles Goren
Mr. Goren's final article introduces the players representing the U.S. in the World Bridge Championship in February.

February 02, 1959 | Louise Suggs
In my travels around the country, I have noticed that most women golfers who play 95 or above don't know how to address the ball properly. It is extremely important, for instance, to adjust one's...

February 02, 1959 | Burton J. Rowles

February 02, 1959 | Burton J. Rowles
For their invaluable aid in the preparation of this study of the bonefish, the author and the editors wish to thank Dr. Charles Lane of the University of Miami's Marine Laboratory, who overcame...

February 02, 1959
Sirs:After reading Father Hesburgh's article about the firing of Terry Brennan I gathered that Terry did not measure up to the standard of excellence of performance set by Noire Dame, bin in just...

February 02, 1959
'Just for the fun of it'

February 02, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Although many of the nation's college basketball players deserted the boards for the books and midyear exams, there were some who managed to keep the round ball bouncing. Auburn stretched its...

February 02, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

February 02, 1959
[Color television]Color television [Television]Television [Network radio]Network radio

February 02, 1959
BASEBALL—JOHN McHALE, who worked his way up from reserve first baseman to general manager of Detroit Tigers, resigned post to take over same job with Milwaukee Braves.

February 02, 1959
4—Drawings by Milton Glaser7—A.P.8—U.P.I., European, U.P.I., Bob Bourdon, Richard Meek, Earl Clanton, A.P.12—U.P.I. (4), A.P. (2)13—R. J. Hennings, U.P.I., A.P., Walter Daran14, 15—Ray Graham Los...

February 02, 1959
Marlene Streit, Toronto, won Helen Lee Doherty golf invitational 2-up in Fort Lauderdale despite almost-successful comeback of 1956 titlist Joanne Goodwin of Haverhill, Mass.

February 02, 1959
The schedule of the leading tournaments through April

February 02, 1959 | Arthur Brawley
A defense of fishing's finest hours—when only a gull's cry or the chug of a distant motor stir the philosophic stillness