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July 01, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 1

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July 01, 1957 | Martin Kane
Ruling for the People, a federal court judge this week ordered boxing's dirty business (SI, Nov. 1, '54 et seq.) cleaned up now

July 01, 1957 | Gerald Holland

July 01, 1957 | Gerald Holland
After Friday night's game with the Brooklyn Dodgers, the city of St. Louis was broiling under its first acute attack of pennant fever in eight years. Everyone, from the budding industrialists in...

July 01, 1957 | Don Parker
Penn got a great start but Stork Sanford's men had the effort it took to win the IRA regatta

July 01, 1957 | Coles Phinizy
It was tough for the youngsters at the national track championships, where all those Olympians were just mean enough to keep right on winning

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July 01, 1957
•Upturn in the MinorsWhile major league baseball was opening its books to Congress and the public (see page 12), the minors released some noteworthy figures of their own: early season attendance...

July 01, 1957 | Ezra Bowen

July 01, 1957
The cream of Pacific Coast yacht racers is standing ready to shove off on the 2,230-mile downwind slide to Honolulu

July 01, 1957
SCHOONERSALTURA—48', Hugh Jacks; CONSTELLATION—75', Maxfield Smith; DIABLO—60', Frank Wade; NANAIMO—50', William Palmer; SEADRIFT—85', Lyman Farwell; SEA SONG II—45', William Watling;...

July 01, 1957 | S. L. McKinlay
A noted Scottish golfing writer takes his readers on a nostalgic stroll around the world's most famous links

July 01, 1957 | S. L. McKinlay
Golfer, writer and editor, Samuel Livingstone McKinlay is almost as closely identified with Scotland's great game as are the city and the links of which he writes so lovingly. A member of...

July 01, 1957 | Virginia M. Kraft
The revolutionary photographic techniques of Dr. Roman Vishniac have brought out the beauty of the microscopic world of fish food

July 01, 1957 | Virginia M. Kraft
CERATIUM CORNUTUMBoth plant and animal, tiny Ceratium has tough shell, is also called dinoflagellate.

July 01, 1957 | Virginia M. Kraft
PEDIASTRUM DUPLEXHabitually united in round, platelike cell colonies, cluster of colorful Pediastrum (center) floats on surface of fresh water, surrounded by tiny flagellates swimming in same area.

July 01, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Some sports stories happen as fast as a knockout punch. Others take longer. One of these, which SPORTS ILLUSTRATED will be telling some six months from now, has been 25 years in the making.

July 01, 1957 | Robert Creamer

July 01, 1957 | Robert Creamer
The time had come at last. As millions feared, the annual and inevitable march of the New York Yankees to the American League pennant was in full stride.

July 01, 1957 | Eddie Arcaro
In our discussion of the prerace procedure last week, I believe I showed that by the time a jock gets his horse to the starting gate he's going to have an idea about the horse he's on and what...

July 01, 1957 | Eddie Arcaro
Part 4: THE WHIP Next week I'm going to take up the many advantages of knowing not only when to use the whip, but also what I consider the best method for switching the whip from one hand to the...

July 01, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSAAU championships, last big meet of outdoor season, produced three American records as most of nation's track talent scurried around Dayton High School field (see page 18). Glenn...

July 01, 1957
Pete Rademacher, shown here with knowing wink, may well be first amateur to fight for world heavyweight title if planned bout with Floyd Patterson in Seattle week of Aug. 19 comes off. No...

July 01, 1957
Off and roaring, Such Crust III (second from right) lost this first heat but won next two under skillful hand of Freddie Alter, averaging 83.872 mph to take wind-tossed Detroit Memorial Regatta.

July 01, 1957 | Johnny Palmer
In recent years I've noticed that a great many golfers take their wedge or their 9-iron to play almost all their shots from off the edge of the green. There are times, of course, when the shot you...

July 01, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
STERLING E. GRAHAMClevelandPresidentPlain DealerNo. Not a thing. I can't even recall Shane MacCarthy, the roving ambassador for this council, coming to Cleveland. However, I don't think our area...

July 01, 1957
DRUG CHARGES (CONT.)SIRS:I AM SURE DR. HERBERT BERGER IS A SINCERE MAN, ANXIOUS TO PROTECT YOUTH FROM DRUGS. A SERIOUS STUDY OP THIS PROBLEM WITH FAR-REACHING MEDICAL, MORAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS...

July 01, 1957
For more years than anyone in Bellingham can remember, this shy, quiet rancher has brought the joys and responsibilities of the outdoors into the lives of boys all over the state of Washington....

July 01, 1957
AUTO RACING

July 01, 1957
was introduced on television last week. When station WPIX in New York put a long-lens camera in the Yankee Stadium bleachers, TV baseball fans were given a behind-the-pitcher view of the game...

July 01, 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;...

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2—John G. Zimmerman4—Fons Iannelli6—A.P., William S. Cox, U.P. (2)7—Rocky Mountain News, U.P., Martin Nathan10—Walter Daran11—painting by William Sharp12—A.P.13—Dick Darcey16, 17—Jerry...

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