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March 17, 1958 Table Of Contents

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Snow Patrol

SNOW PATROL

Skiing across the country: reports through the preceding weekend

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS March 14 to 23

SILKY WOWS THEM ALL

That horse—Silky Sullivan—has endeared himself to millions as the equine personality of the decade. In winning the Santa Anita Derby he sold most experts

By Whitney Tower

Maple Leaf

MAPLE LEAF FOREVER!

Canadian hockeymen, who had dropped the last two world 'amateur' titles to the Russians, had to win this time or be banished by the fans to their own Siberia. So they did

By Milt Dunnell/(Sports Editor, 'Toronto Star')

Spectacle

Battle of the Boys in Blue

This year, as so often before, Michigan's top-ranking swimmers will have to beat Yale for the college title

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

SAGA OF THE MUSTARD SANDWICH

Wonderful World Of Sport

THE INFINITE ROLES OF WOMAN

The mutability of woman, long a topic for idle poets and recumbent philosophers, nowadays is the pursuit of photographers who hurry or wait to capture her infinite roles and fancies

America's Cup

THE AMERICA'S CUP RACE IS ON

The big race is actually six months away, but scientists, engineers and designers are working night and day for the biggest sports prize of 1958

An Exciting New Series: BIG LEAGUE SECRETS

Sal Maglie

PART 1: SAL MAGLIE ON THE ART OF PITCHING

'Pitching can be anywhere from 60% to 90% of baseball, depending upon how good the pitchers are. With two top pitchers working, I really believe the higher figure is about right'

By Roy Terrell

Baseball

Mr. Perpetual Motion

Baseball's hair shirt, young 60-year-old Frank Lane, meets the lethargic Indians

By Robert Creamer

Boxing

Dan the Puncher

As a wrestler Dan Hodge had no peer, but using fists is different

By Don Parker

Cards

A Defense for Collegians

By Charles Goren

Fitness

34 Hands Are to Walk With

A good way to build up weak arms is to pretend you are a wheelbarrow

By Bonnie Prudden

The Craters of the Moon

Tip From The Top

Hitting through correctly

By Joe Cannon

Conversation Piece

SAY HELLO TO JIMMY JONES

Emerging at last from his famous father's shadow, the trainer of Calumet Farm reveals himself as an engaging character and topnotch horseman in his own right

By Gerald Holland

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: The Readers Take Over

Pat On The Back

Mrs. Mae Hall

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

A worldwide roundup of the sports information of the week

accent on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD

faces in the crowd...