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May 26, 1958
Well-aimed flip by Johns Hopkins' Jory (right) gets past Maryland Goalie Kennedy (46) at Baltimore. Unbeaten Hopkins won 11-10, to move a step closer to second straight lacrosse title.
May 19, 1958 | Walter Bingham
September 17, 1941 in St. Louis was hot, and Manager Billy Southworth of the Cardinals decided to rest his brilliant center fielder Terry Moore in the second game of the double-header with the Boston Braves. He moved...
January 20, 1958
Sportsmen of the years line up in New York after receiving their SPORTS ILLUSTRATED trophies, replicas of a Greek vase made in Attica about 510 B.C. Left to right: Dr. Roger Bannister (1954); Johnny Podres (1955);...
December 23, 1957 | Paul O'Neil
Deep in their inner fiber Americans still remember the vanished frontier, and measure their heroes against its hard and simple attitudes; the leathery "old pro" rather than the dashing amateur is the real beau ideal...
August 12, 1957 | Roy Terrell
The major obstacle in Henry Aaron's pursuit of the triple crown in 1957 is one Stan Musial, who won his first batting championship when Aaron was just 4 years old. The year was 1943, and Musial—like Aaron when he got...