Contents

November 03, 1958

14 Triumph of Class over Mud
Neither rain nor mud stopped First Landing as he joined the ranks of truly fine champions

18 Spectacle: The Lively Games of Asia
Traveling Artist John Groth records the sports of Thailand, from basketball to donkey lash

27 Your TV Football Ration
The college football fathers aren't trying to make you happy, and here's why

28 World Chess Greats Cogitate
A word-and-picture report from the 24-day chess Olympics just ended in Munich

33 They Run the T
This has been a year of exceptional quarterbacks. Here are seven of the best

42 Pop Ivy's Card Tricks
The big new news in pro football is a baffling offense sometimes called the triple-wing T

47 How to Roast a Deer
It can be done, but for practical purposes here's a recipe for a great venison stew

48 In Clover Over There
A picture gallery of new foreign cars, including the hits of London's Earls Court show

60 Springers Are Special
A fond appreciation of that all-round companion, the English springer spaniel, by Ed Zern

The departments

6 Football's 6th Week
10 Scoreboard
13 Coming Events
23 Events & Discoveries
28 Wonderful World
33 On Field and Campus
36 Horse Show
42 Pro Football
46 Food
48 Automobiles
54 Charles Goren
56 Tip from the Top
57 Steeplechasing
59 Sporting Look
73 19th Hole
76 Pat on the Back

Acknowledgments on page 10

Cover: Hugh Wiley

The most dashing rider of the U.S. Equestrian Team, Hugh Wiley, is back to defend his title at the National Horse Show. For more pictures of this colorful event and Hugh Wiley in action, see page 36.

Photograph © by Philippe Halsman

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•What it's like to be a horse-player in Moscow, described by Ireland's Lord Kilbracken, with photographs of the Russian racing scene by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's Jerry Cooke.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)