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September 22, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 12

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958
Don't knock Slippery Rock or Ripon; they play football, too, and some of it would put the big colleges to shame

September 22, 1958 | James Murray

September 22, 1958 | Dudley Doust

September 22, 1958
HORSE RACING—CLEM, with light load for himself (113 pounds) and a lighter regard for Round Table, upset odds and predictions in $100,000 United Nations Handicap at Atlantic City (see page 14)....

September 22, 1958
Rained out of cup competition, Corny Shields (left) of Columbia, Selection Committeemen Charles Havemeyer and George Hinman, and Vim's Bus Mosbacher take occasion for soppy round of golf.

September 22, 1958
CONSERVATION: MAJORITY RULESirs:It is surprising that Bill Douglas, with his extensive legal experience and outdoor background, is opposed to the opening of that stretch of still unspoiled Pacific...

September 22, 1958
8—Rapho-Guillumette13—Morris Rosenfeld, Paris-Match14—A.P., Durazzi15—Svenskt Pressfoto, Douglas Rodewald-LIFE, A.P. (3), Trask's Studio20, 21—Art Shay22, 23—Hans Knopf-Pix26, 27—drawings by...

September 22, 1958
'Never de-emphasize the value of winning'

September 22, 1958
BOXING—HOWARD KING, 10-round split decision over Art Swiden, heavyweights, Reno.

September 22, 1958
Ingemar Johansson, 25, undefeated Swedish heavyweight, deflated high-ranking and undefeated Eddie Machen with two knockdowns plus one knockout in first round of match at Goteborg, Sweden (see page...

September 22, 1958 | Carleton Mitchell
There was never anything even remotely like it in the staid annals of cup racing. As Commodore W.A.W. Stewart, chairman of the selection committee, said, "I've seen five cup trials, and this time...

September 22, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
The 1955 National Open, as most golfers remember, was played over the Lake Course of the Olympic Country Club in San Francisco, the same course which last week was the scene of the 1958 National...

September 22, 1958
As everyone knows by now, the major leagues met in Chicago last week to talk over various matters of import to baseball's brass. Nothing startling happened at the meetings (nor, indeed, was...

September 22, 1958
Expressions of show dogs facing their judges can be meaningful to dog owners; when the show is on the scale of this year's 41st Westchester, dogs' expressions can become dramatic. Any hauteur...

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958
Archie Moore, the light heavyweight boxing champion whose age has been a matter of heavy speculation for years, in an interview with Forrest Duke of the Las Vegas Sun: "I'm going to tell you...

September 22, 1958 | Nora Johnson

September 22, 1958 | Nora Johnson
Nora Johnson, daughter of Hollywood Screen Writer and Producer Nunnally Johnson, was born in California but learned her primer football at Abbot Academy in Andover and earned her degree at Smith...

September 22, 1958
•This year's World Series cover (left) depicts one of last year's key moments. Inside is a report on Braves and Yanks and Series prospects.

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958
the results of this weekend's games

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958
All times E.D.T.

September 22, 1958
A November snowfall makes football especially delightful for spectators, but on the field it becomes an eerie and chilly ballet for the players

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958 | Harry Phillips
During the last seven months of her 44-year life, Ylla, the great photographer of animals, was in India on a journey sponsored by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. At Bharatpur in March 1955 she was...

September 22, 1958 | Walker Evans
Hedda Sterne's visual knowledge of football comes largely from sports page photographs. She has noticed, as have football fans, that the published pictures are usually classic compositions of...

September 22, 1958

September 22, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
OTTO GRAHAMInsurance CounselorWilloughby HillsOhioThis puts additional responsibility on the quarterback. Can't you hear the Monday-morning quarterbacks if his call backfires? If I were the first...

September 22, 1958
EAST

September 22, 1958 | Samuel Hopkins Adams
Yesterday...it took more than the flying wedge to dampen game, carefree spirits

September 22, 1958 | Samuel Hopkins Adams
Although his name is synonymous with the West, Frederic Remington was an Easterner by birth and a product of the Yale School of Fine Arts. At Yale he played end on the 1879 football team and won...