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May 27, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 21

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Jim Bryan Cover - Sports Illustrated May 27, 1957

May 27, 1957
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May 27, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen

May 27, 1957
From the driver's seat the nation's premier race is hot, noisy, exhausting, says U.S. Champion Jim Bryan

May 27, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Americans in Paris this month, foraging around the Flea Market, plumbing the Sartrean caves, or viewing the masterpieces on display at the Louvre—or, for that matter, the Folies-Bergère—might well...

May 27, 1957

May 27, 1957
•Not Guilty, But...Ken Loeffler, charged by the Southwest Conference with illegal recruiting of basketball players for Texas A&M, got both pats and cuffs from school authorities who were asked...

May 27, 1957
FOR SPRING, FOR COLLEGE AND FOR SAIL

May 27, 1957 | Harry Phillips
In next week's issue John P. Marquand presents his report on the caddie crisis at Happy Knoll Country Club. It precedes by one week the publication of a book, announced by Little, Brown and...

May 27, 1957 | Whitney Tower

May 27, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

May 27, 1957
E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, beefy 47-year-old pro from Arkansas, was eight strokes behind going into final round but got lucky as "blind pig picking acorns" on greens while Paul Harney and Ben Hogan...

May 27, 1957
Vaulting schoolboy Jim Brewer appears to hang suspended in mid-air as he clears bar at 15 feet ⅛ inch for new interscholastic record.

May 27, 1957 | Betty Jameson
In any game in which a person strikes a ball, a player is bound to experience hot stretches where his timing is so right he just can't miss, and to experience other stretches where nothing he does...

May 27, 1957 | Roy Terrell

May 27, 1957 | Roy Terrell
In Florida this spring, Reno Bertoia, Detroit's young bonus infielder, seemed nervous. He was awkward in the field and harmless at the plate. It looked as if the jittery Reno was doomed to the...

May 27, 1957
Braves' outfielder and 1951 Giant hero was NL's worst batter, with .156 average.

May 27, 1957 | Dorothy Stull
How can we make American youth physically fit? Ike didn't know, the country didn't know, but little Newtown, Conn. had the answer all along

May 27, 1957
AUTO RACINGBuck Baker, Charlotte, N.C., in 1957 Chevrolet, declared winner of NASCAR "Virginia 500," when accident halted race on 441st lap, Martinsville, Va.

May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
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May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
Dwight A. Webster and John McDonald are both passionately dedicated fishermen and students of the literature of angling. In engaging themselves to bring to life Berners' trout flies for...

May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
John Langley Howard, who pictures the Berners' flies in such meticulous detail on the following pages, is an artist known for his extraordinary, almost three-dimensional realism. Because the...

May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
Tied by Dwight A. Webster—Painted by John Langley Howard

May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
RED CAPONDRAKE MALLARD Dyed YellowDRAKEJAY (From Under Wing)PARTRIDGE BODY FEATHERBLACKEST MAIL OF MALLARDWHITEST MAIL OF MALLARDRED CAPON'S HACKLERED COCK'S HACKLEBUZZARDENGLISH PARTRIDGEPEACOCK

May 27, 1957 | John McDonald
DAME JULIANA'S LEGACY

May 27, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
JOHN W. CROSS JR.Wilton, Conn.Chairman of the Westminster Kennel ClubThe obvious answer is dogs because most dogs are far more decent than most people. They ask nothing of you but a little...

May 27, 1957
PORTAGO: SHARED RISKSirs:Racing Is a Vice by the late Alfonso de Portago (SI, May 13) verily predicted the death of this handsome and daring sportsman. Though "off the road" many times himself,...

May 27, 1957
Some of the sharpest shooters in the ancient and honorable game of golf are the top executives of blue chip corporations who appreciate the game's opportunities for active relaxation and easy...

May 27, 1957
1—John G. Zimmerman3—illustration by Jan Balet4—A.P. (2), Wm. Klender-The Sun Papers5—Charles von Wrangel, A.P. (2), Morris Rosenfeld14, 15—Hy Peskin18-22—Robert Doisneau from...

May 27, 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;...