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August 19, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 8

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Johnny Simpson Cover - Sports Illustrated August 19, 1957

August 19, 1957 | Martin Kane

August 19, 1957 | Martin Kane
Thomas Peter Rademacher, the somewhat different heavyweight challenger, was born 28 years ago in the tiny town of Tieton, in Washington's Yakima Valley. He was sent to Castle Heights Military...

August 19, 1957
Mastering the speed and subtle whims of the biggest of the inland scows is a job for a sailor who can keep a clear head and a steady helm at 35 mph

August 19, 1957

August 19, 1957
•The West: 1-2-3Detroit, once the monarch of all the unlimited hydroplaning she surveyed, was shut out in the Gold Cup. Seattle entries finished one (Miss Thriftway), two (Shanty I), three...

August 19, 1957 | Harry Phillips
During the last decade almost any sport you can name—skiing, skin-diving or skeet shooting—has grown like Jack's beanstalk. But one has grown far faster than all the rest.

August 19, 1957
CHARLIE WINDSOR GOES TO SEA England's 8-year-old Prince Charles climbed into the cockpit of his father's Dragon class Bluebottle last week and took part in his first yacht race—giving rise to...

August 19, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax

August 19, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
To win the Hambletonian, a horse must be first in two of the mile heats, which are raced roughly an hour apart. If different horses win the first two heats, all horses come back for a third heat....

August 19, 1957 | Bruce Parker

August 19, 1957 | Virginia Brynner
The wife of a world-famous actor reveals his secret passion and tells the story of THE KING AND I ON SKIS

August 19, 1957 | Robert Creamer
The youthful, rising Tigers had dreams of a pennant this year. Now, as the season fades, they are fighting to escape from sixth place

August 19, 1957
Josh Culbreath, former Morgan State College star from Norris-town, Pa., now member of peripatetic U.S. track squad, scissored over 440-yard hurdles in breathless 50.5 at Oslo's Bislet Stadium to...

August 19, 1957
Up and over at 14 feet 9 inches sails teeth-clenching Don Bragg, who earlier gave Europeans their first glimpse of 15-foot vault.

August 19, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

Dear Pete: Now that you have signed up to fight Floyd Patterson, the present heavyweight champion, I will pass along a few words of advice, since you have the same problem I once had at your age....

August 19, 1957
In eastern Idaho, where the north fork of the Snake River winds through piny woods and high meadows, a husky homesteader, Henry Stampp, became something of a legend in the 1880s. Of all the world...

August 19, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
At the new Virginia Raceway's rain-splashed, windy opener, a big red Maserati poured it on the D Jags

August 19, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen

August 19, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Out in Roseland, on the southeast side of Chicago, I sat in the kitchen of Matthew Dillon, fitter and burner at the big nearby General Motors plant. "We never had anything like Little League when...

August 19, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
The case against Little League and the case for it, including a sampling of opinion over the nation—and, finally, a judgment

August 19, 1957
ARCHERYJoe Fries, Los Angeles, Natl. Archery Assn. men's title, with 3,333 pts., Sacramento, Calif. Women's champion: Carol Meinhart, Pittsburgh.

August 19, 1957
in the National League belong, so far, to the Phillies' Ed Bouchee () and Jack Sanford (). Bouchee, a power-hitting first baseman, has dominated rookie hitting statistics all season, while...

August 19, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
We are still building on the four basic exercises we started the first week, so begin with them, add last week's (No. 5) and then this week's, the knee-to-nose kick. This exercise is for the seat,...

August 19, 1957 | Helen Dettweiler
Nine times out of 10 when a player finds his or her ball lying in a sand trap, the reaction is one of great trepidation. Women are particularly susceptible to this, and they approach the trap shot...

August 19, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
DIZZY DEANCardinal pitcherDon't you remember the old St. Louis Gashouse Gang? But we had more ringsiders in those days. A couple would start punching each other and the ringsiders would watch. But...

August 19, 1957
FITNESS: FULLHEARTED SUPPORTSirs:Congratulations to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and Bonnie Prudden for such excellent reporting (U.S. Fitness, 1957. SI, Aug. 5).

August 19, 1957
Ty Cobb, the Georgia Peach, parlayed a tempestuous career in baseball into considerable wealth. During his 24 years and 3,033 games of slashing, spikes-high play in the big leagues he made little...

August 19, 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 goodFVG fishing very...

August 19, 1957
1—Jerry Cooke2—drawing by Roy Doty5—A.P., Publifoto-Black Star, A.P., U.P. (2), A.P.6—Herald-Sun, Richard Meek, U.P., I.N.P.10—lower left, A.P.11—U.P.12—Columbus Ledger, Leonard McCombe-LIFE,...

August 19, 1957
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August 19, 1957 | Ruth Brindze
A gallery of dishes for sea-hearty appetites practical for the smallest of boat kitchens

August 19, 1957 | William Lindsay Gresham
The carnival's 'at'letic' man, that is, a disarmingly simple type with larceny in his heart

August 19, 1957 | William Lindsay Gresham
Twenty-two years ago this week Detroit's Lynwood (Schoolboy) Rowe pitched his 16th consecutive win of the season, an American League record equaled before only twice in 22 years. By the end of the...