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September 02, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 10

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Althea Gibson Cover - Sports Illustrated September 02, 1957

September 02, 1957
3—Richard Meek4—I.N.P., Bill Lamneck-Columbus Citizen, A.P. (3), Fox Photos, London6—Martin Nathan, I.N.P., A.P.18, 20—drawings by Ajay30—top right, Hans Knopf-Pix32—Verner Reed, European (2),...

September 02, 1957
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September 02, 1957 | Martin Kane

September 02, 1957

September 02, 1957
•Call of the WildBecause of their "deadly effectiveness" in calling ducks and geese, the Department of Interior banned electronic bird-calling devices (mostly well-amplified recordings of the...

September 02, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Norwood's cove, as part of Southwest Harbor, Maine, is a small and quiet body of water. Its quietness comes because long ago men built a barrier for it against the Atlantic Ocean. Day in and day...

September 02, 1957
From Lake Ontario to the ocean, the St. Lawrence is 2,000 miles of island-splattered water. Just east of Ontario is a cluster of islands with such names as Whiskey, Rum, Papoose and Watch. To the...

September 02, 1957 | Sarah Palfrey
Wimbledon was behind her, and the great victory which finally marked her as a champion. Now Althea Gibson (opposite) was at Sewickley, Pa. for the Wightman Cup matches played there a fortnight...

September 02, 1957 | William F. Talbert
The U.S. Davis Cup captain looks ahead to Forest Hills and finds some youngsters who might replace the old guard

September 02, 1957 | William F. Talbert
Once in a decade a young tennis player will come along displaying all the signs of potential greatness. The racket fits in his hand as if it were part of his body. He moves gracefully. He has size...

September 02, 1957 | Horace Sutton
the footloose sportsman in FOREST HILLS

September 02, 1957
The special look of college clothes this year is an all-American look. Rarely have students, from Bowdoin to UCLA, dressed so uniformly. For this reason, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED went to the center of...

September 02, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

September 02, 1957
Angel Macias, pint-sized, ambidextrous niño from Monterrey, Mexico, turned right-hander to pitch perfect 4-0 no-hitter against bigger La Mesa, Calif. in final game, giving his Cinderella team...

September 02, 1957
Golfer Jo Anne Gunderson hugs trophy after beating Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone 8 and 6 in Women's Amateur at Sacramento.

September 02, 1957
An Indian guide and two young couples relive the pleasures of an oldtime vacation

September 02, 1957 | Sparse Grey Hackle
Illogical and torturous, they demand in equal amounts courage, resolution, endurance. The author loves them

September 02, 1957 | Willie Klein
A bad grip has wrecked many a golf game. It can cause hooks and slices and increase the natural tendency of most golfers to use their right arm in too strong a fashion. I advocate gripping the...

September 02, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Ford Motor Co. unveils a muscular new entry in the medium-price market—a long, low car in a full range of models, with impressive power to go along with the brightwork

September 02, 1957 | Ezra Bowen
Next time you think of Hawaii, add a sportsman's attraction to those tropic skies—namely marlin, blue marlin, as big as you've ever seen

September 02, 1957
San Francisco is a great city, as anyone who lives in San Francisco is willing to admit at almost any hour of the day or night. Not so big as New York, not even so big as its sprawling California...

September 02, 1957
Class D baseball, which has seen the beginning (and, in some cases, the end) of many baseball careers, is the very rock bottom foundation of the national pastime. No place is more characteristic...

September 02, 1957
AUTO RACINGJim Rathmann, Miami, USAC 200-m. big car race, in 2:02:16.9 (98.1 mph average), Milwaukee.

September 02, 1957
of the season was pitched last week by Chicago's Bob Keegan as he beat Washington 6-0 ( 17). Five days later he pitched a three-hitter against Baltimore to bring his record to 9-6.

September 02, 1957 | Robert H. Boyle
Pete Reiser, Brooklyn star of 1940-48, is typical of the occasional big leaguer who winds up managing a Class D team

September 02, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
Here Bonnie demonstrates exercises you should add in the fifth week to your 15-minute daily period. They will trim the legs and thighs and help you avoid the stiffness and clumsy gait of...

September 02, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
PANCHO GONZALESWorld professional championI think so because professional tennis is better tennis, but the public will have to become educated to it. Although Jack Kramer is doing a good promotion...

September 02, 1957
BASEBALL: FAIR ALL AROUNDSirs:I am deeply appreciative of the way Robert Creamer presented the Trouble in Detroit (SI, Aug. 19). It was more than fair to me and doubly fair to my players, and the...

September 02, 1957
The new Air Force Chief of Staff, General Thomas D. (Tommy) White, is a fighting man who can speak eight languages and tie his own trout flies. He has kept his vocation and his avocation in good...

September 02, 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...