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August 18, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 7

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Roy Harris Cover - Sports Illustrated August 18, 1958

August 18, 1958
Skimming down the billowy bosom of Chile's high Andes, the two skiers shown on the opposite page are enjoying their sport at its superlative finest in a breathtaking high-altitude landscape that...

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August 18, 1958
Howard king, heavyweight champion of Nevada who back-pedaled his way to a listless draw with Archie Moore, upon being asked why he didn't try for a knockout: "Archie is too strong. And besides,...

August 18, 1958 | Harry Phillips
In last week's 19th Hole Mr. W. Travis Walton of Abilene, Texas, considering the sad times on which baseball's minor leagues have fallen, also came up with some major thoughts on the contemporary...

August 18, 1958
In just over two months the sport of automobile racing has lost three drivers of the first rank: Britain's Peter Collins last week; Italy's Luigi Musso last month; America's Pat O'Connor on...

August 18, 1958
When Photographer Hy Peskin developed the pictures he had taken as the British and American Curtis Cup teams were limbering up for their match at the Brae Burn Country Club in West Newton, Mass.,...

August 18, 1958
The classic baseball mystery has been: What do the pitcher and catcher say to each other at one of those mid-game, halfway-to-the-mound meetings? Here, Photographer Hy Peskin poses another. What...

August 18, 1958
Well didn't it break ground for Dublin's first cinder track that's now famous forever?

August 18, 1958 | Alan Montgomery
With the upsurge of big athletic meetings after the war arid all the talk of tracks, the men who ran Dublin's Clonliffe Harriers thought Ireland should have a sports stadium with a track as good...

August 18, 1958
•Pine Valley in Clementon, N.J. is the world's toughest golf course, and Photographer Richard Meek shows in four pages of startling color why it has earned its reputation.

August 18, 1958 | Roy Terrell

August 18, 1958 | Coles Phinizy

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All times E.D.T

August 18, 1958 | Martin Kane
Still studying, Roy Harris, a tough galoot from Cut and Shoot, takes on the champ

August 18, 1958 | Elizabeth Eastment
It starts at Santiago in Chile and leads steeply upward to a unique resort in the skies

August 18, 1958 | Elizabeth Eastment
Chile

August 18, 1958 | Charles Goren
Easley blackwood's ingenious dowsing rod for locating aces and kings has been in public use for a rather long time. Unfortunately, there remain hordes of players who fail to recognize that their...

August 18, 1958 | Fred R. Smith
Four million boys born during World War II are the new target of the men's wear industry

August 18, 1958
TRACK & FIELD—HERB ELLIOTT led fantastic record-breaking mile parade over Dublin's new cinders for world record 3:54.5, had enough energy left to take extra lap for applause of 20,000...

August 18, 1958
In the beginning it looked as if Bill Muncey's prophecy ("We'll Win the Gold Cup," SI, Aug. 11) might hold water. The two rivals that could best scuttle his chances, the monstrous mahogany...

August 18, 1958 | Clare Boothe Luce

August 18, 1958
2—Martin Nathan4—U.P.I., Richard Meek5—U.P.I.6—A.P., Thomas Atkinson, NASCAR, Max Peter Haas, Bonham Cross9-11—A. Y. Owen-LIFE12-15—Margaret Durrance from Rapho-Guillumette18-20—drawings by...

August 18, 1958
BOATING—CLEVELAND'S EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB over Buckeye Lake crew in five races at Put-in-Bay, Ohio, for right to represent area in North American Junior (13-18) sailing championships at Vancouver,...

August 18, 1958
FUN & GAMES: LEAFY ARTSirs:To one who frets, or one who grieves,Or stops to think the ways that leavesCan change their shapes, assume new forms,Defying, what for leaves, are norms,I urge, I...

August 18, 1958
'We play that they may learn'

August 18, 1958
Charles Hansen, 23, of Pueblo, Colo., ran smack up 14,110-foot Pikes Peak, turnedright around and ran back, did whole thing in 4:29:4 to be the first of 15 other long-winded runners to reach the...

August 18, 1958 | Joe David Brown