12 Galling Day for Two Fine Ladies
Elizabeth Arden Graham and Lucille Markey give a lesson in courage at Hialeah
This is an article from the March 10, 1958 issue
16 Spectacle: Men Against the Water
The rough-and-tumble art of surf riding is meat and drink to the Australians
25 Senseless Death in Havana
A cluster of tragically empty shoes focuses auto racing's imperative need for spectator safety
30 A Penalty Bench for Basketball
Two Colorado basketball teams experiment with an idea from hockey
32 Preview of the NCAA Tournament
College basketball picks a national champion in an evenly matched series of battles
39 Reds at the Crossroads
Birdie Tebbetts and Gabe Paul answer some frank questions on Cincinnati's future
43 College Hockey Out West
The fans love it, but they may lose it as the league membership dwindles
54 This Was My Africa
A safari to Kenya fulfills the lifetime ambition of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Virginia Kraft
9 Snow Patrol
10 Coming Events
21 Events & Discoveries
26 Wonderful World
49 Tip from the Top
51 Bonnie Prudden
52 Charles Goren
69 19th Hole
72 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 9
Cover: Australian wave rider
In Australia wave riding, a sport the Aussies borrowed from the Pacific islanders, now rivals tennis in popularity. This week's SPECTACLE (pages 16-20) shows the Aussies reveling in their borrowed sport.
Photograph by George Leavens
•That is none other than Sal Maglie above, peering grimly at the batter in a familiar pose. Sal discusses the art of pitching in the first of a series on big-league secrets.
•Proud Canada, defeated in its national game by Russia in the 1956 Winter Olympics, seeks revenge in the World Hockey Championships at Oslo. An eyewitness report.
•The trainer of the great Calumet racing stable is just now emerging from behind his famous father's shadow. Gerald Holland introduces him in Say Hello to Jimmy Jones.