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April 13, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 15

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Willie Mays Cover - Sports Illustrated April 13, 1959

April 13, 1959 | Martin Kane
In secrecy and some confusion, boxing nonetheless seemed to confirm its new vitality

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BADMINTON—TAN JOE HOK, Indonesia, over Chareon Wattanasin, Thailand, 7-15, 15-5, 18-14, men's singles; JUDY DEVLIN, Baltimore, over Dorothy O'Neil, 11-0, 11-1, women's singles, U.S. open...

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BASEBALL—The exhibition season dwindled into obscurity as major leagues got ready for opening day. As far as Las Vegas books were concerned, New York and Milwaukee were still teams to beat....

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8—© Philippe Halsman11—A.P.12—A.P. (2), Delmar Watson-Mirror Daily News, U.P.I., A.P., Garry Winogrand20, 21—Joe Rimkus-Miami Daily News, Bill Kuenzel-Miami Herald24, 25—Marshall Lockman-Black...

April 13, 1959 | William Leggett
Jockey Hartack's ability and arrogance have made him the storm center of the season

April 13, 1959 | Dudley Doust
It brought new fame to Jim Rathmann but cost a life at Daytona's new speedway

April 13, 1959 | Evan Jones
To the adventurous taster, the world's cheeses offer a multitude of ready delights

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Patsy Neal, one of Wayland College's sharpshooting queens, scored 17 points to help beat Nashville Business College 43-37 as Texas girls regained AAU women's basketball title from Tennesseansat...

April 13, 1959 | Gregory Favre
Next time the President visits the Humphrey plantation he'll find his young setter waiting and sharper than ever

April 13, 1959 | Irwin Steig
If you have ever played poker, you should recognize one or all of these characters—and, possibly, yourself among them. This memorable gallery of Saturday night sports has been assembled from...

April 13, 1959 | Joe David Brown

April 13, 1959 | Jules Feiffer
Every season, Dobie Wallender would start off thinking:THIS IS GOING TO BE MY YEAR.

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AH, WILDERNESS: OPPOSING VIEWSSirs:Your article Urbanity and the Wilderness (SI, March 16) was widely read throughout our industry. The comments we have received indicate that many readers view...

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'A car is a living thing'

April 13, 1959 | Gwilym Brown
Golf's top money winner took the Masters title with a dazzling late surge that left everyone agape or aghast

April 13, 1959 | Whitney Tower
Easy Spur impressively won the Florida Derby from Sword Dancer, and both earned their passage to Churchill Downs

April 13, 1959 | Nick Thimmesch
Triumphing over aches and ills, an Indonesian youngster becomes U.S. badminton champion

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In seattle, Wash. early last week, 104 citizens showed up at the U.S. courthouse to testify for—and against—Hubert Humphrey's Senate Bill 1123. And later in the week, 63 hotly declared themselves...

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Whitey Ford, New York Yankees pitcher, philosophizing over the fact that doctors have forbidden him to eat steaks and other meats under pain of gout: "It's surprising how much you can get to like...

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Thanks to air travel, the young Russian visitor saw a few oddly assorted bits of the United States: New York City, plus some towns in Oklahoma: Tulsa, Norman, Stillwater. He was Vladimir...

April 13, 1959 | Roy Terrell
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All times are E.S.T.

April 13, 1959 | Walter Bingham

April 13, 1959 | Compiled by Les Woodcock
ANALYSIS OF ALL MAJOR LEAGUE CLUBS STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES ROOKIES AND NEW FACES THE BIG QUESTION MARKS WHAT'S AHEAD FOR EACH TEAM

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April 13, 1959 | Harry Phillips
In an extraordinary autobiography, Playing for Life, which begins next week in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and which will be published in expanded form on April 21 by Little, Brown and Co. ($4), William F....

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April 13, 1959 | Tommy Armour

April 13, 1959 | Tommy Armour
In his fourth and final lesson, Tommy Armour describes Bill's decision on the eighth and new problems that arise on the ninth hole—and, at the 19th, proffers some considered judgments.

April 13, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
EARL GILLESPIEMilwaukee BravesHank Aaron—our great home run slugger. In the outfield he does the impossible and makes it look easy. When chasing a fly or low liner he may trip or fall, but he'll...

April 13, 1959 | Robert H. Boyle
The new historian at Cooperstown, Lee Allen, talks long and learnedly about the game and has a positive passion for debunking phony stories