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February 18, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 7

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Jim Krebs Cover - Sports Illustrated February 18, 1957

February 18, 1957 | Roy Terrell

February 18, 1957 | Roy Terrell
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD JOHN E. FETZER

February 18, 1957 | Mort Lund
Take 750 men and 500 coeds, add ski racing, hockey, an ice show and four days of parties, and the outcome is the gayest of winter weekends: the Middlebury Carnival

February 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
In this issue you will find a portent of spring even more encouraging than the first crocus—as Roy Terrell reports on a question many ask but comparatively few can answer, "What's it like to own a...

February 18, 1957

February 18, 1957
•Protective Tariffs for Sport? Olympic Champion Toni Sailer will be in Aspen next month for the U.S. Ski Championships—but only as a spectator. Reason: in a sport riddled with the equivalent of...

February 18, 1957
HEARTBREAK ON HIGH

February 18, 1957 | Tex Maule

February 18, 1957
Few people have ever enjoyed a life as idyllic and luxurious as the happy sun-seekers photographed on these pages. Ten miles north of Montego Bay on the British West Indies island of Jamaica they...

February 18, 1957 | Coles Phinizy
Champions and challengers broke records, but the 1957 Millrose Games will be best remembered for FOUR GARDEN DUELS

February 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
KING SAUDSaudi ArabiaAlthough sports are compulsory in all our schools it is scarcely necessary because boys and girls will play if given encouragement. I, personally, offer various prizes for the...

February 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
Should there be an open in tennis as there is in golf?

February 18, 1957 | Whitney Tower
A cleansed Caliente, finding the racing fan all gambler, offers the frenetic horseplayer A MILLION WAYS TO MAKE A BET

February 18, 1957 | Ezra Bowen

February 18, 1957
1—Ylla, Garry Winogrand2—drawing by John Langley Howard22, 24—drawings by Ajay32, 33—John Mazziotta38, 39—A.P.42, 43—Richard Veit49—A.P., I.N.P., U.P., A.P.50—A.P., Stuart M. Longer, I.N.P., Art...

February 18, 1957
Roses have thorns," observed Shakespeare, "and silver fountains mud." Well, in California, mud has people—sports car people who have discovered and fostered the old English pastime of sluicing...

February 18, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

February 18, 1957
Virginia Evans, pert Mt. Holyoke sophomore from Summit, N.J., reigned as queen of Dartmouth Winter Carnival, won by host team when Olympians Ralph Miller and Chiharu Igaya dominated downhill and...

February 18, 1957
Rushing for home and $42,300 prize, Summer Tan (right) pounds into stretch on way to handsome 3½-length victory over Bardstown (center) in $60,900 McLennan Handicap at Hialeah.

February 18, 1957
BOATING

February 18, 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;...

February 18, 1957 | Compiled by Mort Lund
SPOT TO SKI: SUGARLOAF

February 18, 1957 | Shirley Spork
It's a golfing fact that women take more lessons than men but, unlike men, almost never practice by themselves. This is a mistake. Only by constant practice—and this often means solitary practice,...

February 18, 1957 | Nardi Reeder Campion

February 18, 1957
RUGBY: THE U.S. SPIRITSirs:I cannot let the evening go by without writing to tell you how much I enjoyed Alec Waugh's article on Rugby (SI, Feb. 4). It troubles me to hear him speak of it only as...

February 18, 1957 | Fred R. Smith
They may be small, but many new models are true working replicas of the original McCoy

February 18, 1957
GAIL DELOZIERNamed the girl athlete of the year in her home state of Kentucky, Gail at 14 gives promise of entering the portals of big-time tennis. Rated with the top 10 players in the country in...

February 18, 1957
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