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June 02, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 22

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Eddie Mathews Cover - Sports Illustrated June 02, 1958

June 02, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

June 02, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell

June 02, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell
That Carleton Mitchell, shown above at Sceptre's helm, should have been granted the privilege of sailing aboard the British challenger is a tribute to his reputation as a yachtsman as well as to...

June 02, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell
The comment of London's Daily Telegraph reprinted at left shows that the British press, hitherto allowed to inspect Sceptre only from a distance, viewed Carleton Mitchell's presence aboard her...

June 02, 1958
Half the fun of getting there by sea is the delightful, expanding world of shipboard sports

June 02, 1958

June 02, 1958
John Holland, Los Angeles city councilman, after National League President Warren Giles issued vote-for-Chavez-Ravine-or-lose-the-Dodgers ultimatum: "The last desperate threat of a frightened...

June 02, 1958
The International Amateur Athletic Federation, which decides whether or not man's accomplishments in track and field events are world records, has a rule about foot races. "In deciding whether the...

June 02, 1958
From Nikita Khrushchev on down, everybody who was anybody and several thousand who weren't turned up at Moscow's huge Hippodrome last week for a horse show that had everything—the Soviet-wide...

June 02, 1958
•Dick Mayer will defend his U.S. Open title June 12-14, against an entry of record size. Herbert Warren Wind previews the elements that make it a true championship test.

June 02, 1958
The fours at right toiling on Lake Quinsigamond, Mass. one lovely afternoon last week are taking part in the New England Interscholastic regatta. Fifteen prep and two high schools rowed all day as...

June 02, 1958 | Robert Creamer

June 02, 1958
Heads-up save by diving Russian Goalie Yashin holds off England in an international soccer match the Russians managed to tie 1-1 before 100,000 who jampacked Moscow's huge Lenin Stadium.

June 02, 1958
RECORD BREAKERS—GLENN DAVIS, remarkable Ohio State jack-of-most-races, took off like hopped-up bunny, sped merrily around two turns on way to U.S. college record of 45.8 for 440 yards, also tied...

June 02, 1958 | Walter Bingham
Before the baseball season began, jokes were made, diagrams drawn, protests launched, all ridiculing the left field screen in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Self-righteous defenders of Babe Ruth's...

June 02, 1958 | John O'Reilly

June 02, 1958 | Martin Kane
A honey bear who turned tiger meets a very catlike boxer for the welterweight title

June 02, 1958
BASEBALL—MINNESOTA, over Michigan State, 3-2, 2-1, to win Big Ten title, Minneapolis.

June 02, 1958
Toni Sailer, handsome Austrian ski star with movie ambitions, has been cast in role of cliff hanger by FIS, must wait until they decide if he is able actor before ruling on his amateur standing...

June 02, 1958 | Charlotte Adams
Here, prepared with the counsel of Trader Vic, is an authentic Hawaiian 'luau' that can be done easily in your own kitchen

June 02, 1958 | Charles Goren
A player who does well in a bridge tournament is rewarded by the American Contract Bridge League with a grant of master points. You can't spend them but the total you amass goes on the record to...

June 02, 1958 | Gwilym Brown
This is Ken Venturi; blending the techniques of Byron Nelson with his own determination to be the new master of the pros

June 02, 1958 | Art Smith
I am often asked by my pupils, "What is the most important thing to do to play consistent golf?" My reply has been the same for years: "Learn to stroke the ball in the same timing or rhythm each...

June 02, 1958

June 02, 1958 | Robert Shaplen

June 02, 1958
(): Sirs:We have a question concerning a rule interpretation in the magnificent Los Angeles Coliseum.

June 02, 1958
BLUE MARLIN: NORTH CAROLINA: First blue marlin of Hatteras season taken last week from Edgar Styron's Twins, captained by Elmer Ballance. It weighed 304 pounds and was done in by joint efforts of...

June 02, 1958
4—Brian Seed, Victor Condiotty-Seattle Times5—(2), U.P.I., R. J. Quinlan-Cleveland Plain Dealer, Don Pasquarella6—Hy Peskin, John G. Zimmerman8—illustration by Fred Eng17—London Daily...

June 02, 1958
'It seemed as if no one cared...'

June 02, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The lure of far places is as old as man. And so is the appeal of sport. But the attraction of sport and travel in combination is of fairly modern vintage.

June 02, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
DEIRDRE BUDGE (MRS. DON)New York CityDon is a wonderful dancer. But there is nothing very unusual about that. Actually, tennis players all seem to be excellent dancers because tennis is such a...

June 02, 1958
For the past 20 years the nation's haberdashers have deplored in vain the fact that the only thing a college man would put on his head was the wax that kept his crew cut bristling. This spring,...