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March 09, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 10

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Ed Sullivan Cover - Sports Illustrated March 09, 1959

March 09, 1959
All times are E.S.T.

March 09, 1959 | Whitney Tower
Two notable racing pictures tell the story of last week's $135,800 Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah and how a man trusted in the Lord and his own judgment to win a big upset

March 09, 1959 | Carleton Mitchell
After 10 years the twin-hull catamaran comes into its own, and small-boat racing will never be the same

March 09, 1959 | Carleton Mitchell
Catamaran classes given in italics. Boats with the advantage of sliding seats or trapezes are marked with an asterisk.

March 09, 1959 | James Murray
Jack Kramer, the big boss of pro tennis, does some very frank thinking out loud as his tennis olio takes to the road

March 09, 1959
And it did, with the customary inevitability of death and taxes: Carol Heiss kept right on winning, Willie Pastrano kept on losing, a youngster got a veritable rise out of Parry O'Brien and, by...

March 09, 1959
A cold war of quite another sort, but of equal intensity, is being waged in Moscow between intrepid Muscovites and winter, and the comrades are winning, as our jaunting Travel Editor Horace Sutton...

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March 09, 1959
Richie Ashburn, Philadelphia Phillies' center fielder and last year's National League batting champion, emerging from a salary conference with General Manager John Quinn: "We're not too far apart....

March 09, 1959
•A preview of the only U.S. world championship road race—the Sebring 12 Hour—with all the entries and a closeup of the leading American driver, Phil Hill.

March 09, 1959 | Herbert Warren Wind

March 09, 1959 | Ed Sullivan
His handwritten comments clarify the points on which he will be concentrating

March 09, 1959 | Fred R. Smith

March 09, 1959 | Harry Phillips
For readers of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and the million people in this country who make sailing a constantly growing sport, 1959 bids fair to bring more activity than ever. Judging by the comment we...

March 09, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
Kedgeree, an old breakfast standby in England, serves just as well to enhance a buffet lunch or supper. And it solves the problem of what to do with the rest of that big fish

March 09, 1959 | Walter Bingham
St. Louis has a new leader, the Reds a new coach, but all's quiet at the Soreno

March 09, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Tournament berths were disappearing as fast as ice cream at a kindergarten birthday party as both the NCAA and NIT reached out with grasping hands. Conference champions already in the NCAA were...

March 09, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
THE EAST

March 09, 1959 | Charles Goren
The fellow who hands out advice in any field is, of course, leading with his chin, but he is in a particularly hazardous position in bridge. The advice may be perfectly sound, but it becomes...

March 09, 1959 | Willy Schaeffler/Ski Coach, University Of Denver
One of the most important things in planning a spring ski trip, or for skiing any time in March, is the choice of clothing. Wear several layers of light garments which are warm during the zero...

March 09, 1959 | Arthur R. Moffatt

March 09, 1959 | Arthur R. Moffatt
PART II: VALOR—TRAGEDYAlready nine days behind schedule, the Moffatt party races against winter on the Barren Grounds. The days grow colder, provisions dwindle, game grows scarce. In desperate...

March 09, 1959
BASEBALL: SECONDING MOTIONSSirs:What Baseball Needs (SI, Feb. 23) is the most sensible article ever penned.

March 09, 1959
BOATING—HERM NICKLES, Lake Fenton, Mich., over-all honors, three-day Midwinter Lightning Regatta, St. Petersburg, Fla.

March 09, 1959
4—illustrations by Bill Charmatz7—A.P.9—John G. Zimmerman, Carroll Seghers II, Max Peter Haas, U.P.I. (2)18—Marvin E. Newman19—John G. Zimmerman20—A.P., Julian Carpenter-Boston Herald21—A.P.,...

March 09, 1959
'I feed very mranch at home'

March 09, 1959
Mrs. Bayard Sharp, Wilmington, Del., joined husband at Hialeah for running of the $135,800 Flamingo, stepped into winner's circle after couple's Troilus beat favored First Landing.

March 09, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
PAT HOYPresidentSherman and Ambassador hotelsChicagoA converted PT boat. It is fast, big enough for Lake Michigan, a highly maneuverable, very seaworthy boat and fast enough for water skiing on...

March 09, 1959
Some intrepid Cambridge students pioneer a new route up a famous chapel—and keep a great and storied tradition very much alive