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Feb. 10, 1958
Feb. 10, 1958

Table of Contents
Feb. 10, 1958

Fisherman's Calendar
Snow Patrol
Race To Remember
  • Fire almost made a tragedy of the famed San Diego to Acapulco ocean race but it all had a happy ending

  • Herb Elliott, an Aussie schoolboy when Landy and Bannister were blazing the four-minute trail, turned the trick last week and is only sorry he didn't beat the world record

Weidman's Burden
Wonderful World Of Sport
Bobby Bragan
Tip From The Top
  • By Marlene Bauer Hagge
  • In a floodlit arena filled with 15,000 cheering spectators the dog world's elite faces its greatest test—Westminster

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

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Chilly race at St. Moritz was run off without a mishap before 4,000 hardy improvers despite the snow-blanketed course. The horses usually run cuckoo-clockwise in Switzerland whatever the weather.

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Chilling curve at Garmisch-Partenkirchen is negotiated by two-man bobsled of Italy's world champions, Eugenio Monti and Renzo Alverà. But Monti found the going sticky later (see above).

Spinnakers billowing, Lipton Cup racers pass Miami Beach. High winds later made some boats strip down to bare poles.

First foal of Nashua, 6, racing's top money winner, is nuzzled after birth by his mother, Windmill, 17, at Lexington, Ky.