faces in the crowd...

Sept. 08, 1958
Sept. 08, 1958

Table of Contents
Sept. 8, 1958

Table of Contents
  • X-RAY 8

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

  • 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
  • A band of contemporary pioneers sets out to demonstrate that progress should sometimes come second to conservation

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

faces in the crowd...

George Boutell is only 14, but cherub-faced Phoenix golfer had thrill of his young lifetime when 144 for 36 holes over hometown course was good enough to make him youngest to qualify for U.S. Amateur.

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Joan Draper, pretty youngster who sits a horse well, was just as able in motion, riding off with Connecticut State title and honor as grand winner in Fairfield County Junior Hunt Club show at Westport.

Michael Davies, British Davis Cupper, teamed up with Billy Knight to outstroke some of world's top amateurs, including Aussie Mai Anderson (7-5), in round robin at Rye, N.Y., walked off with Nations Cup.

George Morris, handsome young member of U.S. equestrian team which is doing exceptionally well abroad, guided Sinjon over obstacles, barely edged Teammate Billy Steinkraus in Prix du Pesage at Ostend.

Billy Key, resourceful 16-year-old from Charleston, S.C., with only three weeks' experience in Y-Flyer built by his dad, skillfully skippered his Shifless to national championship in Charleston Harbor.

Emerson Clark, 66, stubby Preston, Ont. foundry superintendent who came "just for a holiday," had eye on target, became first Canadian to win trap-shooting's No. 1 prize, Grand American Handicap, at Vandalia.

Jon Tarantino of San Francisco, flicking with accuracy and full power, needed all his skill to hold off Challenger Marion Garber, just did manage to retain national casting championship by one point at New Orleans.