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January 14, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 2

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Betty Lou Sine Cover - Sports Illustrated January 14, 1957

January 14, 1957 | Virginia Kraft
From the sloughs, rivers, marshes, bays and bayous of the nation, hunters are heading homeward this week after one of the most successful duck-shooting seasons in decades. As 1956 moved to a...

January 14, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Last week Assistant Publisher Dick Neale handed me the following note: "As you know, I've been living with the Hungarian and Rumanian Olympic athletes since they have been in America, and I...

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January 14, 1957
•Reds on the greenLatest diplomatic intelligence through Paris channels: Dmitri Shepilov, Soviet Foreign Minister, has instructed all Russian diplomats abroad to behave like other diplomats...

January 14, 1957 | Ezra Bowen

January 14, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
His red nylon parka standing out brilliantly against a fresh fall of deep powder snow at Brighton, Ski Patrolman Ronnie Young-berg (right) swings down through the evergreens on Mount Millicent....

January 14, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
1 WESTWARD HO2 WILDCAT BOWL3 WILDCAT FACE4 BEARPAW5 COLLINS FACE6 NINA, SCHUSS GULLEY7 MEADOW8 CORKSCREW9 LOW RUSTLER10 HIGH RUSTLER11 EAGLES NEST12 LITTLE RUSTLER13 PERUVIAN GULCH14 BALL ROOM15...

January 14, 1957 | Martin Kane

January 14, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

January 14, 1957
Dr. Richard Thompson Jr., personable Washington, D.C. dental surgeon with yen for speed, piled up 10,000 points with his Corvette in Class C Production races to tie Paul O'Shea, last year's...

January 14, 1957
Hungarian water poloists, enjoying a brief southern vacation sponsored by the Miami Daily News, bat the ball around in a lively practice session at the Venetian pool in Coral Gables.

January 14, 1957
BARREL JUMPINGLeo Lebel, Hartford, Conn., cleared 16 barrels and 26 ft. 5½ in., for world title, Grossinger, N.Y.

January 14, 1957 | James Murray
Came New Year's night and the answers to the last unsettled questions of the season—Iowa 35 Oregon State 19, TCU 28 Syracuse 27, Baylor 13 Tennessee 7, and Colorado 27 Clemson 21. Then, notably...

January 14, 1957
The dinner and dance following the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans made a happy break to the long training grind for both the winners from Baylor and the losers from Tennessee, and it also dramatized a...

January 14, 1957
Colorado's reigning Orange Bowl kings had good reason to flash three of the season's most CinemaScopic grins (below) after defeating Clemson 27-21 at Miami. And the Clemson players, too, were...

January 14, 1957
There were spoils galore after the Cotton Bowl game in Dallas, where TCU barely nosed out Syracuse 28-27. The players took home watches, the winning coach an immense trophy, and at least one alert...

January 14, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
At midseason some teams surprise more than their stars, while an old pro says that winning is ALL IN THE MIND

January 14, 1957
2-4—Richard Meek (31), Murray Beffler-Photo Hawaii (3), Tom Hutchins (2)5—Richard Meek, Brian Seed10—I.N.P.11—N.Y. Daily News21—A.P., U.P., J. W. Guillot-New Orleans States22, 24—drawings by...

January 14, 1957 | Morris McLemore
Our guest columnist proves there is always a heaven somewhere for weatherbound horseplayers anxious to WALK IN THE SUN

January 14, 1957 | Doug Ford
When I have a putt of six feet or less, I make a slight change in the stance I use for longer putts. I stand so that the ball—which is off my left toe on all putts—is an inch nearer my foot.

January 14, 1957 | A.B.C. Whipple

January 14, 1957 | A.B.C. Whipple
When (not if) you do find some pirate treasure, you will be better off if you don't call up the nearest newspaper editor to brag about it. The U.S. government can usually be counted on to be...

January 14, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Anyone searching the Caribbean for pirate treasure, as described by Mr. A.B.C. Whipple in the foregoing pages, is likely to pause at some point in Havana, that sunful, sinful nest of dice and...

January 14, 1957 | Compiled by MORT LUND
SPOT TO SKI: WHITE PASS

January 14, 1957
Sirs: Your Silver Anniversary All-America idea (SI, Dec. 24) is a pip. I don't see how anybody, looking over that list of 25 men, could question the value of college football as a builder of men.

January 14, 1957
America's newly appointed Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, "Jock" Whitney, has achieved a happy balance of the responsibilities of great inherited wealth, public service and a natural...

January 14, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
HARRY E. HUMPHREYS JR.PresidentU.S. Rubber Co.No. How could a basketball coach justify barring a student merely because of his height? Any competitive game should be played by those who can play...

January 14, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
If the Caribbean countries had a team in the major leagues, how would it do?

January 14, 1957 | Martin Kane
Not without honor, Sugar Ray Robinson surrenders his title to bull-strong Gene Fullmer in a battle of Wit vs. Brawn