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CONTENTS

Oct. 06, 1958
Oct. 06, 1958

Table of Contents
Oct. 6, 1958

Table of Contents
America's Cup
On Field And Campus
Food
Boxing
Horse Racing
Motor Sports
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

CONTENTS

16 Victory by Design
The cup races were decided on the drawing boards. Carleton Mitchell tells the story

This is an article from the Oct. 6, 1958 issue

24 The 10 Races of Casey
The marvelous decade of a great manager and a great job-creator

34 Newport Proves an Old Point
So the British lost again and the cup stays, and a sporting pursuit continues

The 1958 Pro Football Season

36 Preview and scouting reports. By Tex Maule
48 Y. A. Tittle on the secrets of quarterbacking

54 "We're from O-HI-O"
Roy Terrell's weekly report on college football includes a visit to the capital of the sport

56 George Widener Cooks a Quail
The famous sportsman-philanthropist prepares a succulent dish at his South Carolina plantation

62 Best of the Best
Sports Illustrated's baseball staff evaluates the top performances of 1958

70 Autumn Treasure at Hatteras
A report by Virginia Kraft on North Carolina's newly accessible and game-rich Outer Banks

The departments

7 Football's 2nd Week
11 Scoreboard
15 Coming Events
26 Events & Discoveries
61 Tip from the Top
62 Baseball
64 Boxing
65 Horse Racing
66 Motor Sports
69 Charles Goren
81 19th Hole
84 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 11

Cover: Goose decoys

The lifelike imitations on this week's cover ride the bountiful but often stormy waters near Cape Hatteras. A full report on this sportsman's treasure house begins on page 70.

Photograph by Richard Meek

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Next week

•A de-emphasized big-time football coach tells just what it takes to recruit and build a winner, in a fictional (but factual) conversation piece written by Gerald Holland.

•The World Series, reported by Robert Creamer and the baseball staff. Words and action photographs will focus on key players and significant happenings in each game.

•With two world championships scheduled this fall, golf is entering a new period of internationalism. A global report on the new era is offered by Herbert Warren Wind.