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November 24, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 21

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Anderson Cover - Sports Illustrated November 24, 1958

November 24, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman

November 24, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
CALIFORNIA VS. STANFORDOnly Stanford stands between California and the Rose Bowl, and Joe Kapp's superior passing should carry the Golden Bears all the way to Pasadena. CALIFORNIA.

November 24, 1958
BASEBALL—ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 14 games to two over Japanese All-Stars, to conclude Far East tour.

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4—Fiechter17—A.P., Anthony Ravielli, Bill Young-TIME, A.P., Martin Nathan, A.P. (2)18—Laurel Race Track (3), Pierre Boulat-LIFE22, 23—George Woodruff (2), Ted Polumbaum (3)24—Joe Laird-Dallas...

November 24, 1958
Nanita Greene, 21-year-old University of Miami senior from Rockwood, Tenn., captivated judges with a fetching smile and 36-23-36½ statistics, was chosen queen of the 1959 Orange Bowl.

November 24, 1958 | Whitney Tower
America's most important race—from the popular foreign point of view—turned the Laurel course into a wild battleground for 10 weary Thoroughbreds and their tense riders

November 24, 1958
TWO CAMERAS RECORD SOME UPSETS ON ICE

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November 24, 1958
Henry Paul, Olivet College coach, lolling in glory after his team snapped a 29-game losing streak: "I knew we'd win some day. I always felt it was just a matter of time. Jeepers, though, I was...

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Let's vamp awhile with "Volare" until we know.

November 24, 1958
•A season's PREVIEW for the skier, with a magnificent color spectacle and an article on Sun Valley, and a presentation of the newest and best in ski clothes and equipment.

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By now you must know that all baseball is divided into three major leagues: the National, the American and the one that was born in the upper room of Toots Shor's establishment one gray afternoon...

November 24, 1958 | Roy Terrell
Iowa's Hawkeyes still looked like Big Ten champions despite that loss to Ohio State

November 24, 1958 | Tex Maule
Army's wide-open offense matches Navy's, as for the last time the two monopolize claims to the service title

November 24, 1958 | Harry Phillips
A Century ago, hardly a handful of Americans knew a ski from a barrel stave. A few gold-rushing Forty-Niners traveled between their El Dorados on them; and the almost legendary "Snowshoe" Thompson...

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The Cadets have been the standout team in the East all fall, and only a tie with Pitt slightly mars their record. Their backfield is tremendously fast but no more dangerous than their passing

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11 Adams, HB12 Caldwell, QB18 Blanda, QB21 Anderson, HB22 Minor, HB24 Dawkins, HB33 Walters, FB37 Bonko, FB43 Zailskas, HB44 Kennedy, HB48 Waldrop, HB51 Rowe, C56 Oswandel, C60 Lytle, G61...

November 24, 1958 | Tex Maule

November 24, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
A giant Alaska crab provides the makings of some famous California dishes

November 24, 1958 | Alice Higgins
The exciting West German riders came from behind to win at New York's National

November 24, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
Tony Bettenhausen drives through the Phoenix dust to his second national title

November 24, 1958 | Charles Goren
In current weeks, members of our State Department stationed in many far-flung capitals are wrestling with some ticklish problems concerning kings and queens. Some must be handled with finesse, but...

November 24, 1958 | Shirley Spork
Because a woman's proportions are different from a man's, the average woman golfer has a tendency to overswing. She tends to turn or rotate her body faster than a man does, often with the result...

November 24, 1958 | Fred R. Smith

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[Color television]Color television[Television]Television[Network radio]Network radio

November 24, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
49 Two ropes are more versatile than one and can substitute for a chinning bar

November 24, 1958 | Stanley Frank

November 24, 1958 | Stanley Frank
In writing this critique of sports statistics and sportswriters, Stanley Frank speaks from the heart—and from experience. He spent 18 years as a New York newspaper sportswriter. As a CCNY student...

November 24, 1958
ELLIOTT: THE MAINSPRING OF SUCCESSSirs:I hope you have time for a little philosophical speculation. There is much to be learned from Don Connery's fine analysis of Herb Elliott's success (SI, Nov....

November 24, 1958
'This is my life work'

November 24, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
WALLACE WADECommissioner Southern ConferenceDurham, N.C.Not always. This changes from year to year. The Pacific Coast Conference was very strong years ago. Now the Southeastern is as strong as...

November 24, 1958 | Edmund Ware Smith
Most spooky outdoor noises are eerie but usually innocent