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April 22, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 16

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Wally Moon Cover - Sports Illustrated April 22, 1957

April 22, 1957
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April 22, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
Boston suddenly found itself the winter sports capital with both its hockey and basketball teams in the playoff finals

April 22, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
The hardest way possible, against an inspired, underdog St. Louis team, the Celtics won basketball's World Series

April 22, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
Montreal's Flying Frenchmen took a seemingly unassailable lead over the game but tired Bruins in the Stanley Cup final

April 22, 1957 | Harry Phillips
When Staff Writer Jerry Tax filed his story on the National Basketball Association playoffs in this issue, he added a note to the editors.

April 22, 1957
'IF IT'S GOOD ENOUGH FOR IKE'

April 22, 1957

April 22, 1957
•Thunderbirds to Le Mans?Work has halted on two super racing Thunderbirds which the veteran Pete De Paolo has been developing for Ford. But there is still a possibility of a Thunderbird-Corvette...

April 22, 1957 | Robert Creamer

April 22, 1957 | Robert Creamer
The original Gashouse Gang was as bizarre off the field as on. Coach Terry Moore, who broke in with the Cardinals in 1935, reminisced recently about Pepper Martin's famous Mississippi Mudcats, a...

April 22, 1957 | John O'Reilly

April 22, 1957 | John O'Reilly
Into the cathedral hush of an awakening wilderness Park Naturalist Henry W. Lix annually leads the wildflower pilgrims who came to see the unforgettable advent of spring in the Great Smokies...

April 22, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
LOWELL THOMAS JR.Hobe Sound, Fla.Writer and lecturerFlying from Beirut to Istanbul, we were blown far off course and approached the city at dusk. With the runway in sight, our engine conked out. I...

April 22, 1957 | Horace Sutton
The mountain village of Gatlinburg at the main gateway of Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers a handsome assortment of motels, hotels, mountain beaneries, candy kitchens that turn out...

April 22, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSJuniors Ned McIlroy, Dennis Rounsavelle and Jay Miller got off to good start but 52.2 anchor leg by Sophomore Denny Weldon was kicker that gave El Segundo (Calif.) H.S. foursome new...

April 22, 1957
Bob Gutowski, up-and-soaring Olympic pole vaulter, swung his body over bar at 15 feet 5 inches to help Occidental beat UCLA for first time in 20 years at Los Angeles, also broke U.S. college...

April 22, 1957
Sipping executive Arthur Vining Davis, chairman of board of Alcoa, gets lift from Mrs. John Galbreath before presenting cup bearing his name to winning polo team at Boca Raton.

April 22, 1957
AUTO RACING

April 22, 1957 | Whitney Tower
British racing nurses its traditions while facing an economic crisis. Most practical solution may be an S O S TO BOOKIES

April 22, 1957 | William F. Talbert
Yesterday's champions again de-mothed their gear to test Pancho Gonzales in an event which now resembles A CLASS REUNION

April 22, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
It was the Yanks who came out like bush-league sailors in the Southern Circuit finals

April 22, 1957 | Tex Maule
As the pigskin enjoyed its annual spring frolic with its omens of fall fortunes, Notre Dame showed it is STILL A YEAR AWAY

April 22, 1957 | Alfred Wright
They came from everywhere—duffers and experts—but it was a paper man and a cattle man who emerged 16 UNDER IN AIKEN

April 22, 1957
SO—season opens (or opened); SC—season closes (or closed).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;...

April 22, 1957
1—Hy Peskin2—Richard Meek20—Vernon Walters, Jack Clark21—Jack Clark25, 27—drawings by Ajay43—Olympic Committee Photo, A.P., U.P., A.P.44—U.P., I.N.P., Charles Pugh-Atlanta Journal-Constitution,...

April 22, 1957 | Charles Samuels

April 22, 1957 | Charles Samuels
The Tex Rickard story, in expanded and somewhat different form, will be published on May 13 by the McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., under the title The Magnificent Rube (301 pp., $4.50).

April 22, 1957 | Charles Samuels
How $30,000 in gold pieces helped promote one of history's foulest fights; a fur coat clinches a big deal for Rickard; the inside story of the bidding for the fight to save the white race; was a...

April 22, 1957
HOGAN: SORCERER'S APPRENTICESirs:For the past five or so years I've been a middle-to-high-80s shooter. After digesting Ben Hogan's lessons on grip and stance, I promptly shot a 75, and a week...

April 22, 1957
No sport exceeds badminton in the number, skill and evangelical fervor of its lady participants. This year badminton's governing males put up for international competition a cup donated by...