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May 04, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 18

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Bob Turley Cover - Sports Illustrated May 04, 1959

May 04, 1959
A roundup of the sports information of the week

May 04, 1959
Edna Lafferty, attractive wife of Bermuda-based Air Force captain and onetime New York junior golf champion, was at her best against Mrs. Isabel Ridler, winning 10 and 9 to take Bermuda Amateur title.

May 04, 1959
4—Waller Daran10—A.P., Roger Smith-Bermuda News Bureau, John G. Hemmer, A.P., Kemsley Picture Service, U.P.I., A.P.16, 17—Des Moines Register18, 19—George Bailey-louisville...

May 04, 1959
BOATING—BERMUDA, over Long Island Sound, 4-2, Intl. One-Design Class for Amorita Cup; HARTLEY WATLINGTON, Bermuda, Intl. 14-ft. dinghy series for Princess Elizabeth Trophy, with 96½ pts.; FRANCIS...

May 04, 1959 | Whitney Tower
Two Kentucky Derby trials fail to produce a definite favorite for this week's classic, so the race remains a wide-open affair

May 04, 1959 | Whitney Tower
1 First Landing2 Sword Dancer3 Our Dad

May 04, 1959
Palm Springs has erupted into a congress of golf courses to inspire one of the nation's gaudiest real estate booms in the no-longer-lone prairie

May 04, 1959

May 04, 1959
Douglas Macarthur II, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, on his fishing during a stopover in Okinawa: "I feel certain I have established some kind of world's record. I caught a fish no bigger than the end...

May 04, 1959 | Fred Russell
The recent Associated Press survey of the state of the newspaper sports page—as viewed, often wryly, by the managing editors of 100 U.S. dailies (SI, April 6) has drawn a response, in letters to...

May 04, 1959
•Here is fabulous Las Vegas, gambling's booming, neon-splashed, star-studded glamour town, shown in color photographs by Jerry Cooke and a report by Kenneth Rudeen.

May 04, 1959
In 1953 Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt's great gray stallion, Native Dancer, captured the public imagination as have few other Thoroughbreds. Now he has given his name to George Balanchine's new ballet,...

May 04, 1959
At Home in his Sagamore Farm, Maryland paddock, Native Dancer seemed laughingly unaware last week of his eminence in one of the higher art forms. Now a husky 9-year-old, the Dancer has added 200...

May 04, 1959
That this team can do anything, even play hockey, is understood," wrote "Our Hockey Correspondent" in a British newspaper, "...for are they not Americans, [i.e.] a bunch of crazy, mixed-up kids."...

May 04, 1959
In a salty do-or-die boast, the windjammer skippers of yore promised to "sail her in or sail her under." As these pictures of nautical catastrophe show, Skipper Raymond (Sandy) Bourne of the...

May 04, 1959
Donald Campbell, C.B.E., the dashing Englishman who has traveled quite a bit faster on water than anyone else, made a leisurely pit stop at a New York hotel last week en route from Utah's...

May 04, 1959

May 04, 1959 | Harry Phillips
For almost five years now, since the first issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, I have had frequent and pleasant occasion to introduce different people to you in this space. Some have been writers,...

May 04, 1959 | Ralph Hutchison
A high proportion of the best golfers today use the reverse overlap grip—the index finger of the left hand laps over the right and rides in the channel between the small finger and the third...

May 04, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
Barnaby Conrad's San Francisco bar offers bullfight atmosphere, wonderful appetizers

May 04, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
An appealing idea for do-it-yourself cookery at home is the miniature hibachi, identified more exactly in Japanese as a konro, meaning portable stove. Made of cast iron, it has a grate for...

May 04, 1959 | Walter Bingham
Today's 20-game winner has a good chance of having tomorrow's newest sore arm

May 04, 1959 | Gwilym Brown
The Tournament of Champions gets a new winner in Souchak and a new high in calcuttas

May 04, 1959 | Martin Kane
It seems some smart money went astray when the Honeybear tried to regain his title

May 04, 1959
These strange playmates on the lawn of the home of Morgan Bulkeley, at Mount Washington, Mass., caused friends and neighbors to stare in astonishment. The Bulkeleys adopted and hand-fed a fawn...

May 04, 1959 | Charles Goren
It is too bad that the late, deeply lamented Damon Runyon was not a bridge player, because it's a dead sure thing that some marvelous bridge stories would have come from his typewriter. I wish...

May 04, 1959 | William F. Talbert

May 04, 1959 | William F. Talbert
The story of Billy Talbert's career has just appeared in greatly expanded form in Playing for Life, by William F. Talbert with John Sharnik (Little, Brown and Co., $4).

May 04, 1959
THE SPORTS PAGE (CONT.): LETTER FROM A SPORTING NEWSHENSirs:As the wife of a sportswriter, the friend of many others, a former newspaperwoman, the first to crack the sanctity of Denver's press...

May 04, 1959
All times E.D.T.

May 04, 1959
'A family affair'

May 04, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
CECIL SMITHTen-goal playerSan Antonio, TexasTommy Hitchcock Jr., a great hitter who had everything. He must have learned to ride before he could walk, because he and his pony were one. Most great...

May 04, 1959 | M. R. Werner
Factorylike Jamaica, which may shut forever this year, flourished in a proletarian air