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January 20, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Snow Patrol

SPOT TO SKI: MT. SUNAPEE

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS JAN. 17-JAN. 26

Florida Storm

NATURE KEEPS A GRIM DATE AT SEA

New Year's Day was clear and warm in Florida as vacationing yachtsmen put to sea—but nature, as is all too frequently her wont, had her own hideous plans for the opening of the biggest southern holiday in years. Here, with the help of its correspondents, and of the navy, the Coast Guard and the U.S. Weather Bureau, Sports Illustrated assembles the story:

Spectacle

THREE IN ONE

Tenacity, natural rhythm and a quick, sure eye have made lanky Neil Johnston Philadelphia's man of distinction for seven seasons

Preview

ALL-STAR GAME

The top 20 pro players from the Eastern and Western Divisions meet in St. Louis next week in the annual All-Star classic. Below is an analysis of the two teams

OSCAR TAKES THE LEAD

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

NCAA Convention

BATTLES TO BE WON

There are less of them nowadays, but the bosses of collegiate athletics—who convened in sober session while the nation's football coaches met below—found that some remained to be fought

By Roy Terrell

PUNCH, SKILL AND THE HEART

An appraisal of the champions and leading contenders of 1958 in the six heaviest boxing divisions—featherweight to heavyweight

By Gilbert Rogin

Acapulco Race

Beat the 'Nalu' and You Win the Race

That's the claim of Designer Lapworth (left) as West Coast sailors prepare for the Acapulco race

By Ezra Bowen

Cards On The Table

Sam, You Made the Suit Too Long

By Charles Goren

Tip From The Top

ESPECIALLY FOR OVER-90 SHOOTERS

By Terle Johnson

All Out for Hockey

26 The shoulder stand is good for strengthening the torso and the arms

By Bonnie Prudden

I Got the Horse Right Here

Ken Kling, the most successful public handicapper, is someone who could have stepped right out of the cast of 'Guys and Dolls'

By William Leggett

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

WALT HANSGEN

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD