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March 04, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 9

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Mickey Mantle Cover - Sports Illustrated March 04, 1957

March 04, 1957 | Robert H. Boyle
A new, explosive scandal threatens as reports of excessive gambling sideline a Missouri Valley Conference referee

March 04, 1957 | Robert H. Boyle
The nature of the game and the rules by which it is played make basketball, of all the major sports, peculiarly vulnerable to the fix by a dishonest official. In every game literally dozens of...

March 04, 1957 | Robert H. Boyle
Changes in point spreads aroused suspicions in these nine games, refereed by John Fraser. In all save one, "smart money" won heavily

March 04, 1957
HIGH ROLLERS IN DETROIT

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March 04, 1957
•Casey and K.C.Casey Stengel, who not long ago said he contemplated no trades, shuffled off nine players to Kansas City for one strong-arm pitcher (Art Ditmar) and one possible relief pitcher...

March 04, 1957 | Martin Kane
The last act of Carmen in the Basilio-Saxton opera was a reign of frightfulness and when the curtain came down there was no longer doubt as to who was the welterweight hero

March 04, 1957 | Robert Creamer
The calendar says it's still winter, but for baseball fans the season is definitely spring. In Florida and Arizona the major league training camps are in high gear

March 04, 1957 | Horace Sutton
The Florida Gulf Coast, which has cornered the market on white sand, shuffleboards and septuagenarians, also has a near monopoly on spring baseball. In the short strip of water-washed preserve...

March 04, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Boston Red Sox: Sarasota, Fla., Payne Park, U.S. Route 301 at 100 South Washington Boulevard, one block south Sarasota Terrace Hotel.

March 04, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSCollege and high school swim stars staged assault on world and U.S. records, brought down three on assorted fronts. Yale's Joe Robinson, Dave Armstrong, Roger Anderson and Tim Jecko...

March 04, 1957
Toni Sailer, Austrian Olympic champion, got off to fine start in first try at U.S. slopes, winning two slalom races before altitude sickness forced withdrawal from downhill and loss of Roch Cup to...

March 04, 1957
Hustling Irishman Ron Delany breasts tape comfortable eight yards ahead of pursuing Laszlo Tabori (left) and Fred Dwyer to win the mile in the national AAU indoor meet at New York.

March 04, 1957
AUTO RACINGSam Hanks, Pacific Palisades, Calif., USAC 100-m-stock car race, in 1:15.42, in 1957 Mercury, Pomona, Calif.

March 04, 1957 | Compiled by MORT LUND
SPOT TO SKI: PICO PEAK

March 04, 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;...

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1, 4—drawing by Anthony Ravielli10—Art Shay11—A.P., St. Louis Post-Dispatch12—Thompson Photo13—St. Louis Post-Dispatch,-A.P.19, 20—drawings by Ajay22—Garry Winogrand, John G....

March 04, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
All work and no play make Jack Zink the one to beat at Indianapolis, but shed no tear: he loves the work

March 04, 1957 | Ed Dudley
The average golfer, when trying for extra distance, attempts to speed up his swing and hit the ball harder and faster with his hands and body. Most of the time when he does this, he hits too soon...

March 04, 1957
Seminole Indian children give chase to flamingos across the infield of Florida's Hialeah Park. The track's famed pink birds lend their name to the year's first important race for leading...

March 04, 1957 | Harry Phillips
One day about a year ago I was in the locker room of the Seminole Golf Club in West Palm Beach, just before starting an afternoon round. As I was tying my golf shoes, Bill Cur-ran of Detroit, our...

March 04, 1957 | Whitney Tower
The 3-year-olds gallop forth in this week's Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah, and the winner's cup might end up in the hands of ageless Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons or calculating Jimmy Jones

March 04, 1957 | Whitney Tower
This week's $100,000-added Flamingo Stakes in Florida and Santa Anita Derby in California are the two most important early tests on that road of gold-or-heartbreak leading to the classics of...

March 04, 1957 | Jim Murray
Santa Anita's glittering $140,700 Handicap, once the flossiest on the American turf, was made off with last week by a leggy, lazy graduate jumper whose future as a racer looked so unpromising a...

March 04, 1957 | Fred R. Smith
Race-track plaids, a machine-washable suit and a new range of fall fabrics make this a banner year for synthetics

March 04, 1957 | Gerald Holland

March 04, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
VICE-ADMIRAL ALFRED C. RICHMONDCommandant of the U.S. Coast GuardThe boating situation has needed a thorough study and the Bonner Committee has finished a nationwide survey. Its recommendations...

March 04, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
What athlete in real life would you compare with Frank Merriwell?

March 04, 1957
HOTBOX: AMORAL PRIMATESSirs:With regard to the Feb. 11 question of Jimmy Jemail ("If you saw someone violating fish and game laws, would you report him to a game warden?"), the persons...

March 04, 1957
Some derring-do on the high seas from this salty crew of the 37-foot yawl Spray marks Owner William S. Piper, a Miami doctor, and his sailing mates as men of action and determination. Refusing to...

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