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May 06, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 18

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Calumet The Calvary Cover - Sports Illustrated May 06, 1957

May 06, 1957
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May 06, 1957 | Whitney Tower

May 06, 1957 | Whitney Tower
PAT LYNCHNew York Journal American

May 06, 1957
Each year's Kentucky Derby is a show place for the great American sporting public as well as for the finest 3-year-old Thoroughbreds. No official count is made of Derby Day crowds or of the mint...

May 06, 1957 | Ed Zern
...if you are looking forward to a mint julep at the Derby (or at home), or if you just happen to be curious about bourbon whisky

May 06, 1957 | John Romero
The firm of Littler & Laine, Inc. is limited to a four-day operation once a year, but even in that short span the partnership's profits grow and grow and grow. Gene Littler is a professional...

May 06, 1957 | Tex Maule
In Philadelphia, under a warm sun, the Villanova mile relay team whisked to first place in 3:12.7 in their specialty. Halfway across the nation, Bobby Morrow, the satiny-smooth sprinter who may be...

May 06, 1957

May 06, 1957
•Soup RationNASCAR, disturbed by withdrawals of independent drivers who found it discouraging (and too costly) to compete against "super stocks," roadblocked the souped-up models by outlawing...

May 06, 1957 | William Negley
To begin with, my determination to hunt an elephant with a bow did not stem from any wish to profit from the wager possibilities inherent in such an affair. The wager came up late in the game, in...

May 06, 1957 | William Negley
An attorney by training, a hunter and fisherman by avocation, and "a trader" by profession, 42-year-old William Negley is something of a paradox: a quiet, almost retiring man from the flamboyant...

May 06, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

May 06, 1957
Don Cardwell, fire-balling Philadelphia rookie right-hander from Winston-Salem, N.C., made his first major league start one to remember, outpitching veteran Johnny Antonelli and shutting out New...

May 06, 1957
Artful Hogan Bassey (right) steps inside left by Miguel Berrios and starts one of his own on the way at Washington, D.C.

May 06, 1957
AUTO RACING

May 06, 1957
Athletics second-year right fielder got off to fast start as AL home run leader.

May 06, 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;...

May 06, 1957
5—Richard Meek16, 17—top, charts copyrighted by Triangle Publications Inc., and reproduced courtesy The Morning Telegraph, Joe Rimkus-Miami Daily News; bottom, Jimmy Dreyer, Leo Frutkoff, Hy...

May 06, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
New sports car race tracks like those at Lime Rock and Bridgehampton are springing up everywhere—a symptom of the big boom In amateur auto racing

May 06, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
As powerful as a small steamer and loaded with luxury gear, the 'Rhonda III' was tailored to the tastes of Shipbuilding Executive Robert I. Ingalls Jr.

May 06, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
1 Six-man balsa life raft2 Shatterproof windows3 Chart table4 Binnacle5 Radarscope6 Control console7 Mahogany shelf over passageway8 Transoceanic portable radio9 Chair10 85-watt radiotelephone11...

May 06, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
1 Jackstaff2 Bowline chocks3 Bowline bitt4 Anchor davits with electric winches5 Hawse pipes6 Chain stoppers7 Windlass8 Auxiliary anchor9 Teak forecastle deck10 Steel hatch to crews' quarters11...

May 06, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
1 Forepeak (storage for bumpers, fenders, lines, etc.)2 Watertight steel bulkhead3 Locker4 Washbasin5 Head6 Crew's washroom7 Crew's shower8 Hanging lockers9 Captain's and chief engineer's...

May 06, 1957 | Robert Creamer
Manager Bobby Bragan constantly sings the praises of his youthful Pittsburgh Pirates, but actually his heart is heavy. The trouble is, the youthful Pittsburgh Pirates can't hit

May 06, 1957 | Robert Creamer
The season was still young, but in its second week it produced an inning that might well hold up as the zaniest of the 11,088 scheduled to be played in 1957. The Senators were losing to the...

May 06, 1957 | Dr. William J. Long
My Earliest Impression of Teedeeuk was that he gave life and color and a voice to a winter landscape which without him would be a frozen silence. And to this day there is something in the bright...

May 06, 1957 | William Leggett
Consistency, patience and two men named Jones are responsible for the galaxy of gold and silver (left) in the Pine Room at Mr. and Mrs. Gene Markey's Calumet Farm home at Lexington, Kentucky. Few,...

May 06, 1957 | Charles Samuels

May 06, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The diversion of outwitting fish with rod, line and hook inspires devotion, meditation and premeditation in great quantities and, in consequence, perhaps more books than any other sport. The very...

May 06, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
BOB LEMONCleveland IndiansNo. In 1951 against Detroit at Briggs Stadium, I pitched what I believed was my best game. After retiring the first 21 men in order, Vic Wertz, now my teammate, belted a...

May 06, 1957
RICKARD: THE REAL STORYSirs:Congratulations on The Tex Richard Story (SI, April 22, et seq.). To me it is a nostalgic story, and that picture of Tex on the title page looks almost alive. I shall...

May 06, 1957
The pensive-looking figure to the left, staring across the years with all of the inscrutability of a sphynx, was carved of bone by an Egyptian craftsman about 1000 B.C. He was probably a chess...

May 06, 1957
With ROTC units as much a fact of contemporary college life as the Saturday night date, it is little wonder that a number of institutions have formed ladies' auxiliaries to help with the paperwork...