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March 25, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 12

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Carroll Shelby Cover - Sports Illustrated March 25, 1957

March 25, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen

March 25, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
As a boy he labored in farm fields near Milan. At 20 he suddenly inherited great wealth and commenced a silken life, ornamented with a Rolls-Royce and fashionable bars. When stern Enzo Ferrari...

March 25, 1957

March 25, 1957
•Off-Season HustleFederal agents are looking into what appears to be a bustling business in football, basketball and baseball parlay cards at a large Midwest industrial plant. At least one of the...

March 25, 1957
PITCHER'S VIEW FROM THE MOUNDTelevision audiences, well accustomed to backside shots of the tableau on the opposite page, never see it as it appears to the pitcher and won't until some inventive...

March 25, 1957 | Tex Maul

March 25, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The Hungarian and Rumanian Olympic athletes and coaches who recently completed their Freedom Tour have asked me to express their appreciation to everyone who contributed to its success. Credit...

March 25, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSMrs. Charlotte E. Blum, smiling grandmother from Millersburg, Ohio, turned her slender trolling rod into potent weapon, adroitly applying persistent pressure to 20-pound test line...

March 25, 1957
Mrs. Dorothy Levine, pretty Chicagoan who won title in 1954, lost little of her skill in three-year layoff, coming back to beat Defending Champion Lois Felix 6-1, 6-1 for women's national indoor...

March 25, 1957
High-Flying Dodgers will use this 44-passenger Convair Metropolitan 440 transport, shown in full flight, to carry National League champions and their farm teams on far-flung road trips.

March 25, 1957
BOATINGTed Wells, Wichita, midwinter snipe regatta, Clearwater, Fla.

March 25, 1957 | Compiled by MORT LUND
AS OF MARCH 16Be sure to telephone resorts for latest weather reports

March 25, 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;...

March 25, 1957
1—A. Y. Owen12, 13—Joe Clark22, 24—drawings by Ajay28, 29—Jay B. Leviton-Black Star, Bert Brandt-Blake Int'l30—Charles E. Kelly33—Jack Beers-Dallas Morning News41—U.P., W.A. Newspapers Ltd.,...

March 25, 1957 | Ben Hogan
Some persons who have made golf their career devote the major portion of their working hours to teaching the game. In contrast to the "home pro," other members of my profession are, first and...

March 25, 1957 | Ben Hogan
THE SECOND PART OF THE SWING

March 25, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. LOUIS A. (GINI) FERGUSONLake Forest, Ill. and Palm BeachMy husband. What is all this malarkey about women being better fishermen than men? Nonsense! Our husbands are grand to take us with...

March 25, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
What was your closest call? (Asked of explorers and adventurers)

March 25, 1957 | Jo Ahern
The average American golfer can now dress with the style and color of the pros. Here's how to do it

March 25, 1957
Some 250 of them invaded the southern training camps. Sports lllustrated's baseball staff here selects 10 of the best

March 25, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen

March 25, 1957
HOGAN: A LOSS MADE GOODSirs:Ben Hogan and his articles ("The Grip," March 11; "Stance and Posture," March 18) have upset Charlottesville and everyone who plays golf. The University of Virginia...

March 25, 1957
BONNIE MENCHEREqually at home on grass, clay or wood, this youngster with the natural big serve and strong backhand sharpens her competitive instinct by regularly practicing against the best male...

March 25, 1957
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