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June 03, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 22

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Clem Labine Cover - Sports Illustrated June 03, 1957

June 03, 1957
AUTO RACING

June 03, 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;...

June 03, 1957
3—drawing by Ed Vebell8—A.P.10—U.P., Sam Cooper, U.P., Michael Cipriani-Yonkers Raceway18—Seattle Times24, 26—drawings by Ajay27—European28, 29—Dennis Stock-Magnum34—illustration by Jan Balet,...

June 03, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

June 03, 1957 | James Murray

June 03, 1957 | Matt Sayre
Draped in foul weather gear and fortified by seasick pills, northwestern yachtsmen aim for the rugged Swiftsure race

June 03, 1957
For the first time in the 27-year history of the Swiftsure, a photographer captured the drama and scope of America's roughest overnight race. At right he caught John Helsell's Westward Ho when she...

June 03, 1957

June 03, 1957
•Shock of the WeekIn a week in which the Yankees lost a two-game series to the White Sox—with Mickey Mantle and Billy Martin making horrible bobbles afield—a Page One banner in the New York...

June 03, 1957
OUT ALIVE AT 100 MPHThe Explosion of timber and sandbags (above) conceals the hurtling Van wall racer of Britain's Stirling Moss, whose front brakes have just failed during a looping turn in the...

June 03, 1957 | John P. Marquand

June 03, 1957 | John P. Marquand
For the convenience of members, the records and correspondence of the Happy Knoll Country Club, including all of the entries which have appeared during the past two years in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED,...

June 03, 1957 | Harry Phillips
A phenomenon of postwar America, changing the look of the land as well as the style of living for millions of families, has been the development of modern shopping centers. For many of you their...

June 03, 1957 | Gwilym Brown
A veteran of rough and sand trap, Doug Ford, on the point of retirement last year, is now No. 1 on the pro golf circuit

June 03, 1957 | Denny Lavender
One of the major points of difference in the swing of a fine golfer and the swing of a hacker is the position of the hands in relation to the club head at the instant of impact. The expert's hands...

June 03, 1957 | Alice Higgins
A weekend rider named Gene Weymouth shows how old-style country steeplechasing tests a rider's heart—and his horse

June 03, 1957 | Coles Phinizy

June 03, 1957 | Robert Creamer
They even sing songs in praise of the ruler of the Dodger bullpen

June 03, 1957 | Robert Creamer
Staid Bostonians were astonished. In two games last week, the Indians and Red Sox brought back memories of Ebbets Field in its Babe Herman heyday—lots of comedy mixed with heroic feats.

June 03, 1957
Brooklyn's Gino Cimoli (No. 9) bunts, and one of baseball's classic plays is set in motion. The purpose of Cimoli's bunt was to advance his teammate Clem Labine to second base. While Labine makes...

June 03, 1957
White Sox' unheralded young right-hander led AL rookies with 2-1 record.

June 03, 1957 | Martin Kane
About to lose his boxing monopoly, Jim Norris loses his first heavyweight title championship

June 03, 1957 | John McDonald

June 03, 1957 | John McDonald
Theodore Gordon, America's greatest fly-fisherman, died a recluse on May 1, 1915. He lived his last years in lonely grandeur of spirit in a cabin at Bradley on the Neversink. His monument is the...

June 03, 1957 | John McDonald
In the two years of research that led to this series, many persons gave unstinting aid. The author wishes to thank the Yale University Library, in particular Marjorie Wynne and Nancy Kwok, for...

June 03, 1957
In his 21st idyll, written in the third century B.C., Theocritus thus related the first of the countless fish stories in history:

June 03, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. THOMAS H. LEVERINGWife of the mayor of Williamsport, Pa.Generally, no, though it can be in some cases where a boy needs more time than other boys for studies or other activities. My husband...

June 03, 1957
ROAD RACING: IT MUST NOT DIESirs:I am extremely sorry that SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has sounded the death knell of road racing. "City-to-city racing is doomed," you say, "and probably justifiably so"...

June 03, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

June 03, 1957
Ada den Haan, apple-cheeked 16-year-old, helped Dutch water sprites make off with bumper crop of world swim records at Blackpool, England, breast-stroking 220 yards in 2:52.6 and teaming up with...

June 03, 1957
Full of fight, Kenny Lane watched confused Henry Brown hit the canvas for the second and last time in sixth round of Detroit bout.

June 03, 1957
The United States Navy, an amateur athletic body with a pretty good fighting organization on the side, has always been singularly fortunate in its choices for the Naval Academy's athletic...