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November 17, 1958 | Volume 9, Issue 20

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Evelyn Olin Cover - Sports Illustrated November 17, 1958

November 17, 1958
BASKETBALL—NEW YORK, leader in NBA Eastern division standings: ST. LOUIS, leader in Western division.

November 17, 1958
4—Martin Nathan12—Hallawell Photos, U.P.I., Cornell Capa-Magnum, A.P., John G. Hemmer, A.P.19—John G. Zimmerman29—drawing by Ajay31—Brian Seed45—top, Keystone50—Frank Lerner51—Mr. and Mrs. Charles...

November 17, 1958
Donald Campbell, who has four times raised world water-speed record, did it again on England's Lake Coniston, drove jet-propelled Bluebird over two runs at average of 248.62 mph.

November 17, 1958
All times E.S.T.

November 17, 1958 | Tex Maule
The atomic New York Giants fissure the Colts and (helped by Lions and Bears) tighten the pro race

November 17, 1958 | Roy Terrell

November 17, 1958
FOOTBALL THUNDER IN THE LINEIn the grunting, sweating melee of big men in leather-popping contact most football games are decided. The battle takes place in full view of the stands, but the...

November 17, 1958
Women in Motion (cont.)

November 17, 1958
Justice Harold Burton, in a television interview, reaching into sport for a metaphor to explain the function of the Supreme Court: "It isn't that umpires are infallible or perfect, but if there is...

November 17, 1958
•A preview of the Army-Navy game, traditional climax of fall's football pageant, which will again be seen on coast-to-coast TV. Plus scouting reports on the two teams.

November 17, 1958
It all started," said the leader of the latter-day aeronauts, "as a whim. So, if you are anti-whim, you are anti-us." Weil, nobody can say that we on this magazine are anti-whim, so presumably we...

November 17, 1958 | Virginia Kraft

November 17, 1958 | Harry Phillips
A few weeks ago, as often happens, various SPORTS ILLUSTRATED assignments scattered various people all over the globe. While Herb Wind, for instance, was in Scotland for golf and Tex Maule in...

November 17, 1958 | John Lovesey
Not us, say three large nations, who will counter a Grand Prix engine cut with big cars

November 17, 1958 | Alice Higgins
The greatest American painter of the outdoor scene, Winslow Homer, was also probably America's most important artist of the last century. He was one of the first artists to go outdoors to paint...

November 17, 1958 | Mort Lund
All this summer, while the eyes of the sports-minded were focused on the drama of the America's Cup, the nation's small-boat skippers, class-boat enthusiasts like the smiling champions shown on...

November 17, 1958 | Walter Burkemo
The technique you use in a sand trap when you are faced with a buried or half-buried ball depends on whether the pin is positioned at the near or the far side of the green, whether you need to...

November 17, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
The chef at '21' can prepare anything from baby pheasants to black bear chops

November 17, 1958 | Mary Frost Mabon
Squab chickens, small squabs or small rock Cornish game hens may be substituted for baby pheasants.

November 17, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
Gene's throwing a larger ball in another league, at a new target. But how good is he?

November 17, 1958 | Charles Goren
Contract bridge is little more than 30 years old, so quite a few of today's stars have played with and against every great player who ever brightened a tournament entry list. Yet if a poll were...

November 17, 1958 | Peter R. Gimbel

November 17, 1958 | Peter R. Gimbel
The color photographs on the following pages—the hideous apparition at right is an angler fish—were taken last summer between the beginning of June and the end of August. They represent the...

November 17, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman

November 17, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
(NAIA ratings)

November 17, 1958 | Compiled by Mervin Hyman
CORNELL VS. DARTMOUTHThe winner will be in a good spot to grab a piece or all of the Ivy League title. A battle of defensive lines, and I think the Indians can hold the Big Red. DARTMOUTH.

November 17, 1958
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR (CONT.)Sirs:Without a doubt, the selection of one individual as Sportsman of the Year is a herculean task. He must be a proven leader, a star performer and dedicated to his...

November 17, 1958
'Our children deserve exercise'

November 17, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. AVERELL HARRIMANAlbany, N.Y.Yes, if the husband is a good skier. A man proficient in sports should be a good instructor. My husband was one of the first to ski down the N.Y. State development...

November 17, 1958
MICHIGAN

November 17, 1958 | Bradford Washburn
No one who has been caught in their awful glare will easily forget them