Focus on the deed...

Feb. 03, 1958
Feb. 03, 1958

Table of Contents
Feb. 3, 1958

Snow Patrol
Coming Events
Westward Ha!
Wonderful World Of Sport
World Skiing
Sporting Look
Cards On The Table
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Focus on the deed...

Maturity winner Round Table, who has all but run out of competition on West Coast, beats a familiar path to the wire and a handsome slice of $156,990 purse at Santa Anita.

This is an article from the Feb. 3, 1958 issue

Mile winner Ron Delany, head back and in full stride, stops the clock at 4:08.1 after easily outdistancing fellow-milers for 20th straight indoor victory at Philadelphia meet.

Sprint winner Dave Sime strains every muscle as he plunges to the tape ahead of Ira Murchison on way to a new indoor record of 7.8 for the 80-yard dash at Washington, D.C.

High speed carries Gene Sandvig (center) to victory over 11-time Champion Ken Bartholomew in 440-yard dash at St. Paul. Sandvig went on to win the U.S. outdoor speedskating title.

High ride stranded New York's Governor Averell Harriman (left) and Arthur Draper in mid-air when ski lift became stuck at dedication of the state-owned Whiteface Mountain.

High Pitch by East's Ken Sears heads for the basket as West's Larry Foust (14), Slater Martin (22) and Maurice Stokes (10) watch hopefully during All-Star game at St. Louis.