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January 21, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 3

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Johnny Lee Cover - Sports Illustrated January 21, 1957

January 21, 1957 | John Kobler
Amidst princely splendor Vienna's famed whites perform with matchless grace

January 21, 1957

January 21, 1957
•Fitness for UndergraduatesMore physical education, with course credit, is a possibility for nation's undergraduates. Pittsburgh University's Tom Hamilton, NCAA physical fitness committee...

January 21, 1957 | Harry Phillips
From 8 to 10 p.m. this Friday evening, January 18, the National Broadcasting Company will present on its nationwide radio network the first in a new series of programs—SPORTS ILLUSTRATED-MONITOR....

January 21, 1957

January 21, 1957
When Ed Meadows, a young, tough, not extraordinarily good Chicago Bear end, caught Detroit's Bobby Layne with a battering blind-side tackle last month while Layne was not carrying the ball, he did...

January 21, 1957 | Ezra Bowen

January 21, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
With an engineer's sharp eye for detail and a yachtsman's feeling for comfort on board, Hibberd packed two full cabins and a hefty diesel engine into a 39-foot eight-inch hull

January 21, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

January 21, 1957
Carola Mandel, pretty, sharpshooting wife of Chicago merchant, who broke three world records last year, missed only seven of 1,200 targets in 12-gauge class, became first woman to lead all...

January 21, 1957
Surprised Harold Carter (left) gets rubber-nosed massage from Bob Baker in Madison Square Garden heavyweight fight.

January 21, 1957
AUTO RACINGReg Parnell, Britain, 240-m. New Zealand Intl. Grand Prix, in 3:07.55.7, in Ferrari, Auckland.

January 21, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
Come All-America selection time there will be no passing over Yale's readheaded Johnny Lee, combined STAR AND STUDENT

January 21, 1957
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;...

January 21, 1957 | Compiled by Mort Lund
SPOT TO SKI: HEAVENLY VALLEY

January 21, 1957 | Eddie Williams
The only uniform feature in the game of the average golfer is his inconsistency. He cannot understand why he will play one shot well and the next one poorly. The explanation is simple. He plays an...

January 21, 1957 | Philip Payne
Fangio's most talented competitors jousted with him in Argentina, but when the results were in it was THAT MAN AGAIN

January 21, 1957
1—Jerry Cooke (2)2—Roy Stevens11-13—courtesy Welder Wildlife Foundation20, 22—drawings by Ajay24, 25—Bob East-Gilloon Agency29—Richard Meek32—Hans Knopf-Pix41—U.P., Tommy Weber-TIME, N.Y. Doily...

January 21, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
MARCOS A. GOMEZ JR.Mayor, Ciudad TrujilloDominican RepublicCertainly. We're developing enough stars to field two teams, one for the first division of each major league. Enough players would be...

January 21, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
How much weight can a race horse carry without breaking down?

January 21, 1957 | John O'Reilly
Victim of a legend dreary, Poe's black bird, of insults weary, gives the lie to Edgar's lore: he never, but never, has been heard to say anything resembling: "Nevermore!"

January 21, 1957 | Reginald Wells
On a paradise island in the Bahamas, U.S. Industrialist G. Albert Lyon enjoys his own formula for success: work hard, play hard—and share the fun with friends

January 21, 1957 | Gerald Holland

January 21, 1957 | Gerald Holland
In an interview with Philip Green, of Radio Eireann in Dublin, Ronnie Delany told the inside story of the 1,500-meter final at Melbourne as it had never been told before. Green began by asking Ronnie:

January 21, 1957 | Gerald Holland
Two meetings between Ireland's Olympic star and Hungary's crack miler, László Tábori, will be highlights of the 1957 indoor track season. Delany's first appearance will be at the Boston A A games...

January 21, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

January 21, 1957
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR: CONGRATULATIONSSirs:Congratulations on picking Bobby Morrow as your Sportsman of the Year (SI, Jan. 7). Where could anyone find a nicer, more talented and more decent sports...

January 21, 1957
With the first fall of good snow in New England each year the advance guard of skiers dotting the white landscape is sure to include the five Buchmayrs: Sig Buchmayr, one of the area's best...

January 21, 1957 | John O'Reilly