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July 15, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 3

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Baboon Cover - Sports Illustrated July 15, 1957

July 15, 1957
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July 15, 1957 | Joan Bruce
Queen Elizabeth watched Gibson and Hoad massacre the opposition at Wimbledon

July 15, 1957 | Joan Bruce
•Tennis history—of two kinds—was made•The 'butler' won the golf Open (page 14)•Henley had an all-American finale (page 16)

July 15, 1957 | Henry Longhurst
It took Bobby Locke 21 years to master the famous Old Course at St. Andrews, but he spread-eagled the field in the 97th British Open

July 15, 1957 | John Lovesey
First the Russians, then Yale, fell before mighty Cornell's drive to victory at the Henley Regatta

July 15, 1957
THE CAMERA CATCHES A THIEFTo bring spectators a new perspective on home plate, Staff Photographer John G. Zimmerman focused his powerful new 2,000-mm. telephoto lens on the July 4 double-header...

July 15, 1957

July 15, 1957
•Appointment in ChicagoKentucky Derby winner Iron Liege and Preakness winner Bold Ruler will be at it again in this week's Arlington Classic for $100,000. Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, Bold Ruler's...

July 15, 1957 | Coles Phinizy

July 15, 1957
Anyone who has ever tried to spoon Pablum into a stubborn infant can hardly help but feel that the baby baboon on the cover of this week's issue looks startlingly like a lot of human babies in one...

July 15, 1957 | Alice Higgins
One $64,000 event, record numbers of entries and a prolonged battle embellish biggest season yet

July 15, 1957
The urge to take a hard, long hike, to raise a few blisters, aggravate muscles and uplift the soul, is all but lost in this easy age of beguiling television, body-contoured chairs and...

July 15, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Not much has been said about it, but it is the present good fortune of all of us that a problem of what to do with leisure time exists for the United Nations Emergency-Force in Egypt (the troops...

July 15, 1957 | Walter Bingham

July 15, 1957 | Walter Bingham
The All-Star break is the baseball season's halfway point. For the American League, it might just as well be all over. Moving at a crushing .718 pace (28-11) since Memorial Day, when they were...

July 15, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Robert Kuhn is one of hundreds of amateur racing drivers who find a little danger and a lot of fun in a sport besieged by success

July 15, 1957 | Eddie Arcaro
Although it is correct to say that every foot of the way is important to each race, it's a fact that nine times out of 10 the money is waiting for the horse and jock who get the best job done from...

July 15, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

July 15, 1957
Christine Truman, 16-year-old, 5-foot-11 Briton who quit school to concentrate on tennis, made father chop down favorite oak to make room for a court, became national idol as youngest girl to gain...

July 15, 1957
Hard-pedaling Belgian Cyclist Alfredo de Bruyne receives cooling shower from spectator in Roubaix, France—a common practice—on fourth lap of the 2,800-mile, 24-day Tour de France.

July 15, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
STAN MUSIALSt. Louis CardinalsFirst basemanNo. By itself, the spitter would make little difference. Few pitchers could master the delivery. But once a pitcher begins to spit on the ball, there may...

July 15, 1957
FITNESS: GETTING THINGS DONESirs:The issue of July 1 was especially timely, particularly HOTBOX ("Last summer President Eisenhower appointed a council on youth fitness. Since then has anything in...

July 15, 1957 | Phil Perkins
When a pupil comes to me with a complaint of bad chipping, invariably I find that his trouble is scooping. He is—and he is seldom aware of it—trying to help the ball up with his hands instead of...

July 15, 1957
From a casual gesture of lending vacant land on the edge of town to the local semipro ball team Herbert Kokernot, rancher, banker and sportsman of Alpine, Texas, developed an interest that led to...

July 15, 1957
AUTO RACING

July 15, 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;...

July 15, 1957
3—Arthur Daley4—illustration by Bernice Greenwald6—Central Press-London, A.P., U.P., I.N.P.7—A.P. (2)9—John G. Zimmerman, Richard Meek13—P. A. Reuter Photos, Ltd.14, 15—top and middle, P. A....

July 15, 1957
, Mickey Mantle () and Hank Aaron, who have dominated X-Ray's hitting statistics all year, seem likely triple-crown winners. Williams, Musial, Sievers and Skowron have also appeared weekly as...