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Jan. 06, 1958
Jan. 06, 1958

Table of Contents
Jan. 6, 1958

From The Flyways
All Hail The Lusty Lions
A Star Is Born
  • By William F. Talbert

    Barry MacKay, who very nearly missed the trip, was the big news as the U.S. failed to win back the Davis Cup. His team captain here-calls him the hope of tennis

Pitt's Ticket
Sporting Look
  • Nor rain nor cold nor reluctant birds could stop these spaniels from brisk completion of their top contest: the National Field Trial Championships

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

these faces in the crowd...

Dr. Henry Schmitz, University of Washington president, took searching look at foundering Pacific Coast Conference, called for early dissolution of the 42-year-old PCC after withdrawals of California, USC, UCLA had "made a confused situation chaotic."

This is an article from the Jan. 6, 1958 issue

Martha Anne Williams, 10-year-old brunette from Long Beach, Calif., sped cleanly over the waters of Florida's Cypress Gardens, scored first in her trick riding specialty, first in the slalom, second in jump, won All-America junior girls water ski championship.

Tom Brown Jr., veteran San Francisco tennis player, who makes only a few tournament appearances, keptnear-flawless control of baseline duel with Bernard Bartzen, stroked out easy 6-1, 6-4, 7-5 victory in final of Sugar Bowl tournament at New Orleans.

John Unitas, saturation-passing Baltimore Colt quarterback who came to team last year after sending 2¢ postcard advising them of his availability, was voted Jim Thorpe Memorial Trophy as most valuable in the National Football League by players themselves.