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October 20, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 16

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James McCarthy Cover - Sports Illustrated October 20, 1958

October 20, 1958
Marshelia Stephenson, 15, won 293-year-old Newmarket Town Plate at Newmarket, England, although the youngest rider in the four-mile race. Charles-II established and endowed the classic race in 1666.

October 20, 1958
All times are E.D.T

October 20, 1958 | Roy Terrell
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October 20, 1958
GAME 1 MASTERFUL MR. SPAHN

October 20, 1958 | James McCarthy
Climber James McCarthy picks the tough spots on easy hills near home to prepare himself for real tests on big mountains of the world

October 20, 1958

October 20, 1958
George Weiss, general manager of the New York Yankees, denying reports that Yankee management is unhappy with Casey Stengel and wishes he would retire: "A barefaced lie, and you can make that as...

October 20, 1958
This magazine's half decade of existence looms but insignificantly in time and portent beside the long and fruitful life of the sports lover shown here. Nevertheless, during the years we shared...

October 20, 1958
'WATCH OUT FOR ELMER'

October 20, 1958
•Iowa vs. Wisconsin, both unbeaten; Purdue against unbeaten Michigan State; unbeaten Auburn against Georgia Tech—college football really sizzles in its fifth week.

October 20, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
The Canadiens will romp to another National Hockey League title, barring a miracle

October 20, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
MONTREAL CANADIENSThis is one of the great teams of all time. Maurice Richard, at 37, expects to get 25 goals. Former scoring champs Jean Beliveau and Boom Boom Geoffrion, healthy again, will make...

October 20, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Nominations from colleges and universities are now coming in for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S third annual Silver Anniversary All-America Awards. The significance of these awards has been variously...

October 20, 1958 | Virginia Kraft
On the scales the Chihuahua is a lightweight, but in the dog world he is its fastest-rising favorite

October 20, 1958 | John Mulliken
He is Gustav Scholz, who beat TB to become European middleweight champion

October 20, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Two famous restaurant specialties of Paris—and some female observations about the male world of buying and cooking steak

October 20, 1958 | Tex Maule
Lenny Moore, that is, who provides one of the indispensable ingredients in a well-concocted recipe for bringing the Colts their first National Football League championship

October 20, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman

October 20, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
1. NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA (5-0)2. WILLAMETTE (4-0)3. ARIZONA ST. (FLAGSTAFF) (5-0)4. MIDDLE TENNESSEE (4-0)5. LAMAR TECH (TEXAS) (3-0)6. CENTRAL MICHIGAN (5-0)7. MISSOURI VALLEY (3-0)8. EAST TEXAS...

October 20, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
WISCONSIN VS. IOWAA battle between the Midwest's two best quarterbacks, Wisonsin's Dale Hackbart and Iowa's Randy Duncan, but the Badgers have the stronger defense. WISCONSIN.

October 20, 1958 | Charles Goren

October 20, 1958 | Billy Maxwell
Whenever the contours of the green area make it possible to putt from off the green and the aprons are cut so that the ball will roll accurately over them, I use my putter as often as I can...

October 20, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen

October 20, 1958 | Martin Kane
Anyone can shoot like a TV Western hero after a one-hour lesson, and here's how

October 20, 1958 | Martin Kane
Lucky McDaniel's technique of instruction was described to a number of scientists and resulted in a number of very tentative hypotheses to explain it. Most explanations suggested that hypnotism...

October 20, 1958
TENNIS: 300 YEARS OF MIXED DOUBLESSirs:I've read your fine and very interesting article on the tennis-loving and-playing Kaltenborns (50 Years of Love and Tennis, SI, Sept. 1). At the end of the...

October 20, 1958
'Learn young; do old'

October 20, 1958
BASEBALL—NEW YORK YANKEES over Milwaukee Braves, 4 games to 3 to win World Series.

October 20, 1958
4—Homer Hill, European6—M. E. Warren8—U.P.I.10—Reuterphoto-European, U.S. Army, Olympic Committee, Las Vegas News Bureau, Turfotos, Jockeys Hall of Fame14—John G. Zimmerman, A.P., Art Rogers-Los...

October 20, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
DON BUDGE1938 Grand Slam championNew York CityYes. He qualifies because he has lived in this country for the specified time. Selecting Olmedo isn't saying there is something wrong with our tennis....

October 20, 1958 | Sherry Keen
Yesterday...Racer Gwenda Hawkes broke speed records as some wives break dishes