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March 30, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 13

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Tommy Armour Cover - Sports Illustrated March 30, 1959

March 30, 1959 | Tommy Armour

March 30, 1959 | Tommy Armour
This series of lessons, in greatly expanded form, will be published in mid-April by Simon and Schuster ($3.50) under the title A Round of Golf with Tommy Armour (above). It is Armour's first book...

March 30, 1959 | Tommy Armour
In his second lesson Tommy Armour describes Bill's difficulties in holing out and then analyzes his pupil's errors, before resuming stroke-by-stroke instruction as the foursome moves on to the...

March 30, 1959 | Jeremiah Tax
The boy who slept on an orange crate led a brilliantly drilled California squad to the basketball championship

March 30, 1959
The rain in Florida (and Georgia) fell mainly (and cheerlessly) on empty ball fields, horse tracks, racing cars and golf links last week during a near monsoon. But even when the sun came out, low,...

March 30, 1959
Say what you like about the sturdy and manly virtues of the playing fields of sport but, as all sports managements well know, the scene improves immeasurably when there are women around. Here,...

March 30, 1959
After a few weeks' practice together—and some pretty primping—these three Connecticut girls rode their polo ponies out onto the tanbark at Manhattan's Squadron A Armory. The Connecticut Cookies...

March 30, 1959
Last week in these pages we took account of the fact that James D. Norris, who has managed to avoid giving testimony about boxing's dirty business to a New York grand jury, had made loud public...

March 30, 1959
Pete Newell, University of California basketball coach, on being told that his wife Florence had broken her toe shortly before the NCAA tournament (which his team won by defeating West Virginia...

March 30, 1959
•Bob Jones, greatest golfing hero of all time, provides a special treat by writing about the Augusta National, scene of next week's Masters, and tells how to play it hole by hole.

March 30, 1959
In Miami last week one of the most traveled men of the year, California's Perry Jones, tucked the Davis Cup under one arm and Alex Olmedo under the other and boarded a plane for Peru. Jones's...

March 30, 1959 | William Leggett
Toronto finished in whirlwind style to deprive New York's forlorn Rangers of the last Stanley Cup berth

March 30, 1959 | Martin Kane
Bullet-punching Davey Moore from Springfield, Ohio won the featherweight title from Nigeria's Hogan (Kid) Bassey

March 30, 1959 | Harry Phillips
It has been said with good cause that the star of the Masters is the course itself. With equal truth it can be said that the star is Robert Tyre Jones Jr. Not only is he the father of the Augusta...

March 30, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen
So said Co-winner Phil Hill after driving some 200 miles on the skiddy, rain-swept track

March 30, 1959 | Evan Jones
For this scientist who spends a lot of time under water there is no better food than fish

March 30, 1959 | Willy Schaeffler/Ski Coach, University of Denver
Below is a list of areas where skiing should last at least through April. I've included an estimated closing date, the present snow depth and a person to call for a last-minute snow report—a must...

March 30, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
The whole college basketball season was wrapped up into a couple of brilliant and exciting hours in Louisville and New York, and suddenly and St. , a continent apart in space but only a smidgen...

March 30, 1959 | Roy Terrell
An open letter to Mr. Frank Lane, the executive vice-president and general manager of the Cleveland Indians

March 30, 1959 | Martin Kane

March 30, 1959 | Joe David Brown

March 30, 1959
Sirs: (SI, March 16) sounds a warning: we must preserve a few places that are green and wild in order to find solitude for the multitude. The Midwest is becoming an urban strip from Cleveland to...

March 30, 1959
BASKETBALL—CALIFORNIA over West Virginia, 71 to 70, NCAA tournament, Louisville.

March 30, 1959
Jean Saubert, 16-year-old Lakeview, Ore. schoolgirl, came in first in the slalom, second in the downhill, won the Alpine combined title at the national junior skiing championships, Yakima, Wash.

March 30, 1959
4—Joy B. Leviton, Walter Daran7—Jammie Smith-Reno Chamber of Commerce, © Philippe Halsman; Bowie Race Course, A.P., U.P.I., A.P.10—© Philippe Halsman11-14—illustrations by Merritt Cutler18—U.P.I.,...

March 30, 1959
'It makes you study'

March 30, 1959
All limes are E.S.T.

March 30, 1959
The principal meets in college sports for the spring season

March 30, 1959
To celebrate the rise of harness racing from the folksy intimacy of country fairs to the status of year-round national pastime, officers of Chicago's May wood Park Trotting Assn. sponsor an art...