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Aug. 25, 1958
Aug. 25, 1958

Table of Contents
Aug. 25, 1958

Cover
X-ray
  • X-RAY 4

    The Dodgers leaped out of the cellar, and Pittsburgh had an exciting week of play

Yankees
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
Cards
Boxing
Tip From The Top
Trotting
Sport In Art
  • The special scramble of a close play at the home plate is caught in brilliant oils by Edmond Kohn, California painter and baseball fan

Private Planes
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back

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Ill-fated hydro, Miss Thriftway, its prow still buried engine-deep in bow of Coast Guard boat, is raised from Lake Washington. But racer broke away and sank in 80 feet of water.

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Hustling 3-year-old, Nadir, running easily under Jockey Manuel Ycaza, leads Victory Morn (left) and Talent Show (right) to the wire in richest American Derby at Chicago's Arlington Park (see above).

Skyborne sailor Rod Stephens hangs precariously from bosun's chair as he clears fouled line aboard Columbia in America's Cup test.

Resigned redleg Birdie Tebbetts (left) offers a few words of advice to his interim replacement, Coach Jimmy Dykes (see page 7).

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