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July 25, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 4

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Marylee Davey Cover - Sports Illustrated July 25, 1955

July 25, 1955
Arizona pushball, as played by teams of deputy sheriffs, uses fun-loving Quarter horses and offers lots of kicks

July 25, 1955 | Robert H. Boyle
Out in Arizona they're keeping alive the tradition of the Wild West with a game that's so new—and rough—there is only one rule: anything goes just so you don't hurt the horses

July 25, 1955 | Ezra Bowen

July 25, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
1 Windscreen2 Air intake spray flaps3 Main frame tube4 Rudder control rod5 Foot rest6 Foot throttle7 Parachute release8 Dump valve for unburned fuel9 Fuel flow control switch10 Hand throttle11...

July 25, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
A Port floatB Aluminum alloy corrugations to strengthen noseC Directors to channel water onto planing surfacesD Rudder-control gearboxE Engine controlsF Pilot's specially shaped seatG Stabilizing...

July 25, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Following our FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR through its surprising geographical and piscatorial range each week, I became curious about its editor, Ed Zern, and how he puts it together.

July 25, 1955
EXTRA: SWAPS AND NASHUA WILL MEET

July 25, 1955 | J. P. Marquand

July 25, 1955 | Horace Sutton
Zermatt is a street at the bottom of a valley floor. Some will see it as a greening valley of picturesque and beautiful Swiss scenery. Others as a street of challenge.

July 25, 1955
The dress of the visitor and the inhabitant in Zermatt is as much influenced by the Matterhorn as is the nature of the town itself. The streets are lined with shops selling climbing shoes (about...

July 25, 1955

July 25, 1955 | Emmett Gowen
In Alabama's annual seagoing jamboree anglers may win anything from a shirt to a down payment on a car

July 25, 1955 | Compiled by ED ZERN
SO—season opened (or opens); SC—season closed (or closes).C—clear water; D—water dirty or roily; M—water muddy.N—water at normal height; SH—slightly high; H—high; VH—very high; L—low; R—rising;...

July 25, 1955 | John Bentley
Mercedes-Benz, in this fourth year of its postwar resurrection, has become to motor racing what Rocky Marciano is to heavyweight boxing—a seemingly invincible combination of tremendous stamina and...

July 25, 1955 | Robert Creamer
The most cheerful thing about last week's All-Star Game in Milwaukee was the city of Milwaukee itself. The city named each year as the site of baseball's big game is chosen according to a rather...

July 25, 1955 | Robert Creamer
1. Lloyd Mangrum2. Max Elbin (golf pro, Burning Tree CC)3. Ford Frick4. Gene Tunney5. Ruth Hirschland (physical fitness researcher)6. William Woodward Jr.7. Kevin McCann (Presidential assistant)8....

July 25, 1955 | Paul Richards
PART VII: THE INTENTIONAL PASS

July 25, 1955 | Al Hirshberg

July 25, 1955 | Coles Phinizy

July 25, 1955 | Coles Phinizy
1 ROAD CYCLING, PENTATHLON2 OLYMPIC VILLAGE3 WRESTLING, WEIGHT LIFTING4 TO ROWING AND CANOEING, 75 MILES5 BOXING6 TRACK AND FIELD7 SWIMMING, SOCCER, FIELD HOCKEY, CYCLING8 GYMNASTICS, BASKETBALL9...

July 25, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
JOSEPHA STAHL, Manhasset, N.Y."Hooray for Phil Wrigley. If other owners would cancel out their night games, I could have my husband's undivided attention two or three nights a week. As soon as the...

July 25, 1955 | Chick Harbert
Let's be honest about it—one of the chief thrills of golf is smashing a long tee shot far, far down the fairway. In no other ball-and-stick or ball-and-racquet game can the average player propel...

July 25, 1955
Late in the 1880s big-time baseball was divided into two lusty parts—the National League (founded in 1876) and the American Association (founded in 1882). After frantic haggling over players, the...

July 25, 1955
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July 25, 1955
2—drawing by Ed Zern10, 11—drawings by Ajay1 8—A.P.18, 19, 22, 23—drawings by Norris Brothers, Ltd.20, 21—top, Larry Burrows, I.N.P.bottom, no credit. Combine Photos. Wide World, Combine Photos,...

July 25, 1955
Sirs:I thoroughly enjoyed the article which Mrs. Dreyspool prepared for SI, July 11 on our manager, Walter Alston.

July 25, 1955
It has been six months since pretty 19-year-old Jill Kinmont took a bad spill during the Snow Cup ski race at Alta, Utah and broke her back. At the time, doctors doubted she would walk again, but...

July 25, 1955

July 25, 1955
The match race is on: Swaps and Nashua will meet at Chicago's Washington Park on August 31 for $100,000 and a gold cup, each carrying 126 pounds, (see page 24).