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March 16, 1959 | Volume 10, Issue 11

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Phil Hill Cover - Sports Illustrated March 16, 1959

March 16, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
THE TOURNAMENTS

March 16, 1959 | Mervin Hyman
Ivy—Dartmouth (14-1)*

March 16, 1959
BASKETBALL—MITCHELL AIR FORCE BASE, New York, 81, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, 77, for world-wide air force championship, San Antonio, Texas.

March 16, 1959
4—Carl Mydans-T...11—A.P.14—Keystone, Doug Fulton-Ann Arbor News, U.P.I., A.P., U.P.I.19—Art Rogers-Los Angeles Times, George Karger-TIME, Thomas D. McAvoy-LIFE, Wil Blanche, U.P.I.20, 21—A.P.,...

March 16, 1959
Judy Devlin of Baltimore, women's U.S. and world singles badminton champion, won the Mason-Dixon title, beating Dorothy O'Neill of Norwalk, Conn. at tournament in Baltimore.

March 16, 1959 | Gilbert Rogin

March 16, 1959 | Roy Terrell

March 16, 1959 | James Murray
Silver Spoon, a filly, humiliates the colts in the Santa Anita Derby, stirring California's hopes and the hearts of racing's traditionalists as well

March 16, 1959
When residents of Florida's Tampa Bay area count blessings, they start with sun and sea and wind up with something for everyone

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March 16, 1959
Frank Lane, general manager of Ike Cleveland Indians, offering to other American League managers a grand strategy for the coming season: "We should all have one objective—to keep the Yankees from...

March 16, 1959
•Novelist Joe David Brown describes the life, loves and good times of the most fabulous sportsman of the modern era—Prince Aly Khan. First of two parts.

March 16, 1959 | John O'Reilly
Sports Illustrated's Nature Editor John O'Reilly cocks an ear to some dire and provocative warnings on civilization's threatening betrayal of the civilized

March 16, 1959
THE SMOOCH OF VICTORY

March 16, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen

March 16, 1959 | Harry Phillips
In The Fabulous World of Foxhall Keene, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Feb. 16 and 23) told of a great sportsman uniquely the product of a gilded age. In 1941 Keene died, rich in memories, poor in pocket and...

March 16, 1959
Phillip Toll Hill Jr., 31, the handsome, high-strung Californian who stands a chance of becoming the first American to win the world driver championship, is an introspective man of forthright and...

March 16, 1959 | Jeremiah Tax
With no team a real favorite, the NCAA tournament promises the tightest kind of competition right from the start

March 16, 1959

March 16, 1959 | Peggy Kirk Bell
The fine players in golf all know their theory backward and forward, but it is that hard-to-explain quality, feel, that makes them the shotmakers they are. Throughout their swings, they actually...

March 16, 1959 | Charles Goren
A game called 'Chicago' has finally solved bridge's two most vexing problems—the fifth player and the interminable rubber

March 16, 1959 | Carleton Mitchell

March 16, 1959 | Barry Burn
Sam Snead, the master of the buck, is golf's top earner. But others are learning fast

March 16, 1959 | Mary Frost Mabon
At Chicago's elegant Casino club, good eating goes with good sport at the card table

March 16, 1959 | Ezra Bowen
The final week of the North American races, preview for 1960 Olympic events, uncovered hidden U.S. talent

March 16, 1959 | Willy Schaeffler/Ski Coach, University Of Denver
YES. Even though the Olympics are a year away, there is already a run on tickets and bed space. All tickets will be gone by November of this year. By last week some 5,000 daily admissions had been...

March 16, 1959 | Tex Maule
A hungry-looking Hungarian led Delany at turn, lost year's best mile at the tape

March 16, 1959
All times are E.S.T.

March 16, 1959 | Arthur R. Moffatt

March 16, 1959
BASKETBALL: STAY-AT-HOMESSirs:Congratulations on the splendid story about Babe McCarthy, Bailey Howell and Mississippi State (Bouquets for Babe and His Bailey, SI, Feb. 23). Although a poll of the...

March 16, 1959
'You get to know yourself'

March 16, 1959 | Jimmy Jemail
ESTES KEFAUVERU.S. Senator from TennesseeNo. Our crime committee report was unanimous in condemning all kinds of gambling as harmful. Bookmaking is associated with pool parlors and other unsavory...

March 16, 1959 | Ernest Havemann
John or Joe if he's a boy, but if he has four legs and runs, you can have a proper peck of trouble picking a proper name