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March 18, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 11

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Gordie Howe Cover - Sports Illustrated March 18, 1957

March 18, 1957 | Roy Terrell

March 18, 1957 | Martin Kane
The courts have caught up with the boxing monopoly of James D. Norris, thus joining Sports Illustrated in its demand for more competition in and out of the ring

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March 18, 1957
•Baseball BusinessC. Leo DeOrsey, newest member of the Washington Senators directorate, shocked other club owners with the pronouncement: "Baseball is a business—big business." To forestall...

March 18, 1957 | Ben Hogan
One of the great fascinations of golf is the instinctive feeling a player gets soon after he has taken the game up that there is an explanation for everything that takes place, that the seeming...

March 18, 1957 | Ben Hogan
Head bent comfortablyLeft arm fully extendedRight arm slightly bentLeft elbow points to left hipbone, right elbow points to right hipboneArms as close together as possibleKnees pointed inRight...

March 18, 1957 | Ben Hogan
THE FIRST PART OF THE SWING

March 18, 1957 | Russell Hoban
With rare and human insight, Russell Hoban re-creates in words and a painting the bright moment when young Floyd Patterson changed forever and became Heavyweight Champion of the World

March 18, 1957 | Richard Phelan

March 18, 1957 | William F. Talbert
In an era when segregation has become a household word and arguing point, tennis finds itself with a segregation problem of its own. How long must the professional tennis player be treated as an...

March 18, 1957 | William F. Talbert
1 Publish and disseminate the report of Mr. McMann's committee to all USLTA bodies, requesting them to study and act upon it without prejudices.

March 18, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

March 18, 1957
Northrup Knox, 28, displayed uncanny skill in aiming heavy wool and twine ball, relentlessly wore down 42-year-old Alistair Martin 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 at Boston to end his rival's seven-year reign as...

March 18, 1957
Early-Bird anglers, on hand to open trout season, are silhouetted by sunlight slanting through the mist as they crowd around Suzy Hole Stream in Missouri's Bennett Spring State Park.

March 18, 1957
BOXING

March 18, 1957 | Horace Sutton
These are the appurtenances of Smoke Tree Ranch, where refugees from the executive way of life can relax as California primitives

March 18, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Lifting his head and gazing across the 2½ miles that separate his ranch home from Palm Springs, Mr. Paul Hoffman (opposite) might well wonder if what he really saw was a mirage. After all, it is a...

March 18, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax

March 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The Central Figure in the painting on the center pages of this issue was not an unfamiliar subject to Artist Russell Hoban when he painted the new world heavyweight champion after he defeated...

March 18, 1957 | Whitney Tower
An invader captures the Louisiana Derby, and a lady's pet finds gold in California against backgrounds of TRADITION AND MUD

March 18, 1957 | Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
In Washington, D.C. last week Congress and the North American Wildlife Conference gave all outdoorsmen CAUSE TO CHEER

March 18, 1957 | Mort Lund
In his debut on American snow, the pride of Austria proved that the fastest skis in the world belong to SAILER THE SUPERB

March 18, 1957 | Marshall Dann
Howe and Lindsay are their names, and for the 11th straight year they are the driving spark of the great Detroit hockey team that Jack (Adams) built

March 18, 1957 | Marshall Dann
The team that is in first place when the National Hockey League season ends on March 24 will win a little-known piece of hardware called the Prince of Wales Trophy—but the season will by no means...

March 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
WILLIS M. TATEPresidentSouthern Methodist UniversityNo. Spring football doesn't do any harm. In fact, spring practice improves the caliber of football. We limit it to 28 days. No one can say that...

March 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
Who is the better fisherman, you or your mate?

March 18, 1957
JOHN FRASER: THIS STRANGE FRATERNITYSirs:I agree with SPORTS ILLUSTRATED that charges of corruption against a basketball official in ANY conference should be made public and investigated...

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3—Robert Halmi6—Walter Daran20, 25—drawings by Ajay36—Bert Mangel41—European43—Allan Grant-LIFE45—Max Peter Haas, European46—Edward Clark-LIFE4—John G. Zimmerman50—Tony Triolo, I.N.P., U.P.,...

March 18, 1957
This picture of a man dwarfed by a fish is evidence of the extraordinary prowess of Jerry Coughlan, top man in the plug casting division of the Metropolitan Miami Fishing Tournament for the past...

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