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July 22, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 4

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Hank Bauer Cover - Sports Illustrated July 22, 1957

July 22, 1957 | M. R. Werner
In one Saturday which reflected racing's golden boom, three better-than-$100,000 purses were up for grabs. At Monmouth, N.J. and Hollywood Park (Calif.), the public choices were easy winners. At...

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July 22, 1957
•No, Yes, Maybe

July 22, 1957
A BEEF GROWS IN BROOKLYN

July 22, 1957 | Robert Moses

July 22, 1957 | Robert Moses
EXISTING MARKET AREA To be moved elsewhere; no designation fixed. Time required for designing, building new market, moving and demolition before construction of Sports Center: about three years.

July 22, 1957 | Robert Moses
Located in the center of metropolitan New York on the site of the World's Fair, Flushing Meadow field, by Moses' estimate, would be easily accessible from The Bronx and upper New York via bridges...

July 22, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The twentieth century fund is a nonprofit foundation which for 20 years has endowed research to promote the improvement of economic, industrial, civic and educational conditions. In its latest...

July 22, 1957
When Russell and Joan Penniman, a pair of attractive, outdoor Californians, were planning their wedding 18 months ago, they talked about taking a honeymoon trip that would be different from any...

July 22, 1957 | Mort Lund
The newest yacht in the 50-year-old Great Lakes classic, the Port Huron-to-Mackinac, won hands down: tradition-shattering 'Dyna'

July 22, 1957 | Mort Lund
Special aluminum hull was sectioned into 60 pieces, lifted into place on her aluminum ribbing while Dyna was being built. Constructed at Burger Boat Co. in Manitowoc, Wis. in upside-down position,...

July 22, 1957 | Mort Lund
Dyna is a yawl, 57 feet 5 inches over all, 40 feet on the waterline with a 13-foot 7-inch beam and a 5-foot 6½-inch draft (9 feet with centerboard down). She displaces 48,100 pounds (normal for...

July 22, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

July 22, 1957
Stanislav Jungwirth, 26, Czech runner with ungainly gait, broke world 1,500-meter record by over two seconds near Prague, covering metric mile in 3:38.1, equivalent of 3:55 mile. Only day before,...

July 22, 1957
Whopping baby whooping cranes, now almost as tall as their 5-foot parents (Crip, second from right, and Josephine), strut about Audubon Park Zoo enclosure in New Orleans. Chick at right is 55 days...

July 22, 1957 | William McHale
Jockey Willy Rae Johnstone, an international sporting figure, retires—wearing the same colors he bore in Paris 25 years ago

July 22, 1957
AUTO RACINGMarvin Panch, Gardena, Calif., NASCAR 200-mile Grand National race, with 71.48 mph average, in 1957 Pontiac, LeHi, Ark.

July 22, 1957
in American League, depending upon method of selection, is either Frank Malzone () or Roger Maris. Malzone, a .321 hitter, spent part of two previous seasons on Red Sox roster. Cleveland's Maris,...

July 22, 1957
Here, on a July weekend, is the look of seaside '57, as colorful as a circus

July 22, 1957 | Gerald Holland
How SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S description of Miler Ronnie Delany's welcome home to Ireland inspired a certain telephone call and set off a whole series of adventures involving people, shovels, aircraft...

July 22, 1957 | Gerald Holland
STORY THAT STARTED ITAfter reading this report of Ron Delany's homecoming, Bernard McDonough picked up telephone.

July 22, 1957 | Gerald Holland
THE MAGIC BEGINS TO WORKIn Part II Gerald Holland tells how McDonough searched out his answers, and what Billy Morton and the Lord Mayor said and what they did, and of the great blessing the...

July 22, 1957
SO season opensSC season closesC clear waterD water dirty, roilyN water normal heightSH slightly highH highVH very highM water muddyL lowR risingWT50 water 50°FG fishing goodFF fishing fairFG...

July 22, 1957
1—Dan Weiner3—illustrations by Bernice Greenwald4—A.P., U.P., A.P., I.N.P.5—Dick McNeely, Arthur Daley, A.P.9—George Silk-LIFE10—John G. Zimmerman11—I.N.P.12—Gene Pyle14, 15—Hy Peskin, A.P., L.A....

July 22, 1957 | George Corcoran
The woman golfer too frequently thinks in terms of trying to steer the ball with her hands. When she tries to do that, the tendency is to pull the club head across the ball (from the outside in),...

July 22, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
ALLISON FLEITASWilmingtonInvestorVery little—and I'm sure cheating in golf is not increasing. Of course, there always will be people who will cheat at golf or in any other sport. However, since...

July 22, 1957
Sirs:Finally, after far too many years, college baseball has been properly recognized by your excellent publication (, SI, June 24). I have often wondered, as a follower of this game and as one...

July 22, 1957
Queen of the links during a career that spans three decades and includes winning the U.S. women's amateur golf championship six times, Mrs. Edwin Vare Jr., still trim and chic at 54, has retaken...

July 22, 1957
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July 22, 1957 | Roy Terrell