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June 10, 1957 | Volume 6, Issue 23

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Cary Middlecoff Cover - Sports Illustrated June 10, 1957

June 10, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

June 10, 1957
Jumbo Jim Elliott cagily maneuvered his tight little Villanova squad, got points from all but four, including double from Ron Delany in 4:08.4 mile and 1:49.5 half-mile, surprise victories in 100...

June 10, 1957
Mouth agape, Willie White (left) strains for tape to upset Bobby Morrow (third from right) in 9.4 100-yard dash at Compton, Calif.

June 10, 1957
AUTO RACING

June 10, 1957
, cap characteristically adrift, dives safely into third for a triple as the Braves' Eddie Mathews takes throw. Mays, who has stolen more bases this year than any single National League club, also...

June 10, 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 10, 1957
7—drawing by Robert Riger1, 11—top, Coles Phinizy, A.P. (2); bottom, U.P. (3), A.P.12, 16—A.P.17—I.N.P.18—Richard Meek19—John G. Zimmerman, U.P.28, 29—A.P., drawings by Ajay34, 35—John G....

June 10, 1957
[TV]TV[COLOR TV]COLOR TV[NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

June 10, 1957 | Roy Terrell

June 10, 1957 | Roy Terrell
1) The YANKEES are human.

June 10, 1957 | Murray Gart
Canada's 'Kentucky Derby,' run for the 98th time this week, finds a luxurious new setting

June 10, 1957 | Horace Sutton
People visiting Toronto for such reasons as the running of the Queen's Plate, and having been spoiled by the comparative bacchanalia of their own municipalities back home, may at first find...

June 10, 1957

June 10, 1957
•Adoption ProcedureSouthern Californians are taking the shift of the Dodgers for granted. Headline there one day last week: REESE'S ERROR LETS BUCS BEAT OUR BUMS. San Francisco is more cautious....

June 10, 1957
In the three years since Dr. Roger Bannister of England led the world's milers across the four-minute barrier, five Americans have come close and failed. As other milers crowded the barrier, a...

June 10, 1957
SCRAMBLES AND SPILLSFor two days staid Hunter College in New York was the site of fierce Amazonian battle as members of the fair sex dropped their everyday activities as housewives, students and...

June 10, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen

June 10, 1957
Next week the old Ohio club, the scene of thrilling battles in 1920 and 1931, will be host for the third time to the National Open Golf Championship, the game's premier event

June 10, 1957
PLACE—Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio

June 10, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The familiar phrase, "Eddie Arcaro up," says in horse racing what "And batting third, Ruth," once said in baseball, or "In this corner, Dempsey," said in boxing.

June 10, 1957
Professional golfers have long had an affection for the Inverness course and for the club where, in 1920, they were welcomed as gentlemen for the first time

June 10, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
So amazing was the longevity of Harry Vardon that at Inverness in 1920, 24 years after his first major victory, he all but captured his eighth national championship

June 10, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
Vardon's touring partner in 1913 and 1920 was Ted Ray, a large-boned Jerseyman who was one of the longest hitters of that era. British Open champion in 1912, Ray had his erratic days but, when his...

June 10, 1957 | Jo Ahern
Sports Illustrated's second American Sportswear Design Awards go to two men who gave women a sporting look

June 10, 1957 | William F. Talbert

June 10, 1957
A master paints the explosive action of the kill

June 10, 1957 | Mike Souchak
When I first turned professional, I used to try to hit my tee shots with all the power I could throw into them. As I became more experienced, it began to dawn on me that this was not a very...

June 10, 1957 | James Ramsey Ullman

June 10, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
PAUL F. MACKESEYVice-President, NCAADistrict OneYes. The NCAA is an association of institutions, not individuals. A penalty is imposed on an institution. The innocent are sometimes affected, but...

June 10, 1957
TV BASEBALL (CONT.): PITTSBURGHSirs:Mr. Fred Wilson of Detroit (19TH HOLE, MAY 27) has started something—better than hot-stove discussions! He has nominated two of his own baseball announcers as...

June 10, 1957
Recently the "Old Party," the richest and most widely read storyteller of his time, made a sentimental journey to the ancient German university town of Heidelberg where more than 65 years ago he...