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September 07, 1959 | Volume 11, Issue 10

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Alex Olmedo Cover - Sports Illustrated September 07, 1959

September 07, 1959 | William F. Talbert
The ex-Davis Cup captain explains America's loss of the cup as a matter of mismatched moods on the part of the players and a lack of courtside help on the part of Captain Perry Jones

September 07, 1959 | James Murray

September 07, 1959
The sea's soft edge belongs to the young, and the only way they lose their place in that shining, protean realm between the tides is by growing up

September 07, 1959
Enthusiasm vs. Experience

September 07, 1959
Jack Kramer, professional tennis impresario, on why he may chuck the whole business: "I feel I've been trying to climb a mountain and nobody really wants me to climb it. So I just may stop trying....

September 07, 1959
Despite a journalistic lifetime spent with its dragons this magazine still believes there is a white knight for boxing

September 07, 1959
Sports-loving Americans by the millions smacked their lips last weekend over one of the richest menus of sporting delicatessen that had been served up in years. Crowd after crowd, like that one in...

September 07, 1959
•Starting on September 14 Golfer Charlie Coe will be called upon to defend his national amateur title. A portrait in words of the champion by Herbert Warren Wind.

September 07, 1959 | Charles Parmiter
Someday, if San Francisco wins the 1959 pennant, people will remember the night of August 28 and, more particularly, the first inning of the game that evening between the Giants and the Dodgers at...

September 07, 1959 | Walter Bingham
In the innocence of early spring, Al Lopez, the manager of the Chicago White Sox, believed that beating the Yankees meant winning the pennant. So did everyone else. But as summer burned its way...

September 07, 1959 | Martin Kane
The finest fight of Gene Fullmer's life, surpassing by far even his title-winning victory over Sugar Ray Robinson, was fought the other night in San Francisco's Cow Palace. With skill astonishing...

September 07, 1959
Barbara McIntire, a freshly attractive girl of 24 from Lake Park, Fla., became the 59th women's amateur golf champion in hot and humid Washington last week. She defeated the defending champion,...

September 07, 1959
It was muggy and hot in Chicago on Thursday when the Pan American Games opened before a crowd of 40,000 people, with the flags of 24 nations and 5,000 doves (released en masse for the occasion)...

September 07, 1959
Once each year the fairest women sailors in the land vie with each other for the Adams Cup, to decide who sails fairest and fastest of them all. This year it proved to be Allegra Mertz (right) of...

September 07, 1959
Racing toward you here at something over 104 mph and throwing a watery white tornado into the sky with her prop is Miss Supertest III, Canada's entry in the Harmsworth Trophy, emblem of...

September 07, 1959 | Arthur Murphy
Bob Richards twice pole-vaulted 15 feet last month. He did it at the Pan American Games Preview, staged right on the city streets of Chicago's Loop by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and the State Street...

September 07, 1959 | Gerald Holland

September 07, 1959 | Gerald Holland
If Puerto Rico had its troubles against Hamtramck, Mich, in the Little League World Series last week (it lost 5-0), so did everybody else who played them. And the two principal reasons were Arthur...

September 07, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
Louis Benoist of San Francisco tells how to dine delightfully on a cruising yacht

September 07, 1959 | Whitney Tower
The late-moving colt Tompion made his run quicker than ever to win the rich Hopeful Stakes

September 07, 1959
BOXING—Utah's Gene Fullmer, abandoning his customary wade-right-in style, jiggled ponderously just beyond the range of Carmen Basilio's formidable left, countered almost as he very well pleased,...

September 07, 1959
BOATING—MISS SUPERTEST III, piloted by Canada's Bob Hay ward, international Harms-worth Trophy for unlimited hydroplanes at Detroit. Withdrawn on last laps because of mechanical-failure: Maverick,...

September 07, 1959
MME. Jacqueline Auriol, daughter-in-law of ex-president of the French Republic, Vincent Auriol, and women's world airspeed record holder, flew French jet at twice the speed of sound, about 1,350 mph.

September 07, 1959
4—U.P.I.5—Platnick, A.P. (3), Clyde Reichelt, Keystone, A.P., Bob More6—Herb Scharfman, John G. Zimmerman14—A.P.15—David Potts24, 27—drawings by Ajay30, 31—Phil Bath34—Jerry Cooke35—Paul...

September 07, 1959
Among the 14 million hunters who will go out this autumn very few will have less game to show for their pains than the pair at right gliding softly through the golden beauty of a Maryland marsh....

September 07, 1959 | George Bayer
Only seasoned golfers appreciate the fact that the way to hit the ball longer is not to hit it harder but to hit it better. The average golfer doesn't quite believe this. He is all for turning on...

September 07, 1959 | Charles Goren
My forthcoming trip to Palermo—where early in September committee members of the World Bridge Federation will discuss arrangements for next spring's World Bridge Olympiad—reminds me of an exciting...

September 07, 1959 | Roderick Haig-Brown

September 07, 1959 | Roderick Haig-Brown
SILVER SALMON FAST-MOVING SILVER, ALSO CALLED COHO, IS AUTHOR'S FAVORED QUARRY

September 07, 1959 | Roy Terrell

September 07, 1959
BASEBALL: IMPETUOUS GENIUSSirs:Congratulations on your tremendous story on Larry MacPhail (The Great MacPhail, SI, Aug. 17 et seq.). Like all your other colorful stories on famous sports...

September 07, 1959
'Just like Dad and Uncle Dominic'

September 07, 1959
All times are E.D.T.

September 07, 1959
Important national and regional automobile races and rallies through the end of November

September 07, 1959 | Raymond R. Camp
A scrappy and elusive fish tantalizes fresh-water anglers