12 Silky Wows Them All
The modern Pegasus adds the Santa Anita Derby to his other legendary races. By Whitney Tower
This is an article from the March 17, 1958 issue
14 Maple Leaf Forever!
Canada wins back its world hockey title from the U.S.S.R. in a rough-and-tumble tournament at Oslo
16 Spectacle: Battle of the Blues
It will be Michigan vs. Yale for the collegiate swimming championship
25 Saga of the Mustard Sandwich
The first Negro All-America basketball choice reaches some conclusions about his race and the game
26 Infinite Roles of Woman
Photographs from all over throw light on a subject that has long been a topic for poets and philosophers
28 The America's Cup Race Is On
Six months from the big day, American designers are working at top speed to ready their yachts
33 Big League Secrets: Part 1
Veteran Pitcher Sal Maglie discusses the fine art of pitching in the major leagues
62 Lunar Golf Course
Photographed in color, a Florida golf hole is so cratered with sand traps it is moonlike
66 Say Hello to Jimmy Jones
Gerald Holland walks and talks with the engaging—and newly respected—trainer of Calumet Farm
8 Snow Patrol
10 Coming Events
21 Events & Discoveries
26 Wonderful World of Sport
56 Charles Goren
58 Bonnie Prudden
65 Tip from the Top
77 19th Hole
80 Pat on the Back
Acknowledgments on page 8
Cover: Sal Maglie
One of the most dramatic sights in baseball is Sal Maglie on the mound staring ominously into home plate. This week he talks about pitching in Part 1 of Big League Secrets (see pages 33 to 45).
Drawings by Anthony Ravielli
•Carmen Basilio (above left) fought hard to take the middleweight title from Sugar Ray Robinson. Now he must fight him harder to keep it.
•Bill Atkinson, whose prize-winning golf fashions were the hit of last season, unveils the new Fairways collection, which was developed with the aid of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED.
•A great baseball roundup: How San Francisco and Los Angeles will take to the big leagues, color drawings of the parks, spring camp evaluations of Dodgers and Giants, a closeup of Walter O'Malley.