Master goalie Jacques Plante jubilantly raises his arms in victory salute, even as players still battle for loose puck, at end of Montreal's 4-3 win over Detroit in Stanley Cup semifinals.
This is an article from the April 14, 1958 issue
Masters host Bobby Jones, out of hospital after treatment for circulatory collapse, and togged out in wide-brimmed straw hat, watches action at Augusta with friend Freddy McLeod, 76.
Lightweight Little Leaguer Michael Collins, 9, amply protected by massive Chicago classified directory, waits for pitch.
Heavyweight Floyd Patterson, looking fit, gets guided tour of the Commons from Labor M.P. Bessie Braddock in London.