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July 08, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 2

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Ted Williams Cover - Sports Illustrated July 08, 1957

July 08, 1957
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July 08, 1957 | Robert Creamer
Baseball's annual All-Star Game in St. Louis next Tuesday afternoon will be played for hero-worshiping boys of all ages

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What is baseball? A game played best by professionals? Certainly, but it is so much more. HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON wandering around one city, Milwaukee, to photograph the sheer overwhelming presence...

July 08, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The unusual photographic essay on baseball in this issue is the work of one of the world's great photographers. Born in France 49 years ago, he is Henri Cartier-Bresson, who had never seen a...

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•Oriental Tee PartiesWhen Japanese Premier Kishi played golf with President Eisenhower, he reflected a booming new trend in his country. Golf has become Japan's latest fad, and waiting time to tee...

July 08, 1957 | Mort Lund
Indomitable and indefatigable, 'Bluebird's' pilot will go for his fourth consecutive world water speed record on Canandaigua Lake with the world's only jet speedboat

July 08, 1957 | John O'Reilly

July 08, 1957 | Eddie Arcaro
I'd like to repeat that any course of action a rider takes during a race depends, first, on the knowledge of what his horse will do and, secondly, on what his opposition is doing. This statement...

July 08, 1957 | Eddie Arcaro
Part 5: THE FINISHI've often been asked about my tactics and my thinking from the eighth pole to the wire. The answer is simple: get there first. And the best way is to get down with the maximum...

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RECORD BREAKERSTorpid, Max Hochberg's smooth-gaited paper, swirled around Yonkers (N.Y.) Raceway's double oval in front of Johnny Simpson's expert handling, outlegged Adios Express by one length...

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Hogan (Kid) Bassey, jockey-size Nigerian featherweight who learned punching wiles as 10-year-old on docks of Lagos, reached his division's pinnacle after assaulting France's Cherif Hamia with...

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Overland journey is started by group of Oxford University distance runners as they leave Lands End on Britain's southwesternmost tip, bound for John o'Groat's House in northern Scotland on first...

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[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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Busch Stadium, St. Louis, the scene of this year's All-Star Game, was built in 1881 and until 1953 was called Sportsman's Park. Its officers in the last century had names like Von der Ahe,...

July 08, 1957 | Horace Sutton
Occupants of the attic seats of Busch Stadium on the ninth of July will not only gaze upon the All-Stars disporting themselves on the field below, but they can look out as well over the fences to...

July 08, 1957 | William F. Talbert
Young tennis talent, long in need of more help and encouragement from the elders, has found generous new friends in southern California. 'On the courts and out of court' is their slogan

July 08, 1957 | William Rospigliosi
Top European drivers wouldn't meet the Americans in the Monza auto race. Fans seemed to say they were wrong

July 08, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
Jackie Pung's failure to report her score correctly was the technicality which lost her the Women's Open golf title

July 08, 1957 | Bill Shields
Whenever you can, hit out a few balls before you begin your round. And use your head when you warm up. There's nothing gained by taking out your driver and just seeing how much beef you can put...

July 08, 1957 | James Murray
Chivalrous, dazzling golf was seen at the Collegiate tournament, where more than one future Open winner may have been lurking

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BOXING

July 08, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
SAM HANKSWinner of the Indianapolis "500" 1957No. The semiofficial Vatican press says race drivers should be kept from risking their lives. I agree, for road racing, where spectators are in...

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ARCARO: DISTINCTIONSirs:I salute you on your series The Art of Race Riding (SI, June 17 et seq.).

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The Motorola corporation, which pioneered the car radio and today looms large in the electronics industry, has a soft-spoken, thoughtful young president who, through natural inclination, has made...

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The World Champion New York Yankees were not the best team in the American League last week. The sixth-place Baltimore Orioles were. Twenty-game winners Billy Pierce, Bob Lemon, Frank Lary and...

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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;...

July 08, 1957
1—Nina Leen-LIFE2—Ernst Haas-Magnum4—I.N.P., U.P., European, A.P.6—U.P., A.P.7—I.N.P., A.P. (3)14—Mark Kauffman15-25—Henri Cartier-Bresson-Magnum27, 29—drawings by Ajay31—William Belknap...