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Sept. 08, 1958
Sept. 08, 1958

Table of Contents
Sept. 8, 1958

Table of Contents
X-Ray
  • X-RAY 8

    The two pennants have been decided, but the battle for individual glory continues

Spectacle
  • Their big sails bellying and sleek hulls gleaming, America's 12-meter yachts are in the final stretch for a great cup and destiny

Wonderful World Of Sport
Hikers
  • A band of contemporary pioneers sets out to demonstrate that progress should sometimes come second to conservation

Golf
Acknowledgments
Boxing
Track
Trotting
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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Heels up, Mal Anderson assumes graceful pose for backhand on way to 6-0 win over Ham Richardson in Nations Cup at Rye, N.Y.

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Guard up, Heavyweight Willie Pastrano (right) wards off left by Tommy Thompson, moves in to KO foe in fourth at Columbus, Ga.

Knees up, Stoke City's Ken Thomson (left) and Fulham's Trevor Chamberlain execute impromptu jig step in London soccer duel.

Russian fencer Valemtin Tchernikov, his cheek accidentally gashed by France's Degallier, pauses for repairs at Philadelphia.

American swimmer Lance Larson exhales lustily as he splashes to new world record of 59.6 for 100-meter butterfly at Los Angeles.

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