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September 09, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 11

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Roy McMillan Cover - Sports Illustrated September 09, 1957

September 09, 1957 | Robert H. Boyle
It was hammered into the White Sox coffin by team which limped and staggered into Chicago, then proved in three devastating days that the Yankees are still the Yankees

September 09, 1957 | Paul O'Neil
Whether or not the russians invented baseball and the telephone, they have indeed invented a jumping shoe with an elevated sole that seems to take slick advantage of the easygoing old rules

September 09, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
Bought by phone and at a bargain price, Hickory Smoke took three straight mile heats to win the classic Hambletonian

September 09, 1957 | Mort Lund
After a summer of disheartening confusion, the news is official: three brand-new boats will be ready to defend the America's Cup. Here is the story of these boats and the roster of the men who...

September 09, 1957 | Mort Lund
(L+2d+√SA-F)/2.37=12 METERS

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For three days beginning September 7, the normal back-country quiet of the Wabash River just outside Mt. Carmel, Ill., will be shattered by the buzz of racing outboards like the runabouts at...

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•A View from the RealistsAfter Chicago's Last Stand (see page 10), the odds makers hastily made the Yankees 8-to-5 favorites to beat the Milwaukee Braves in the World Series and stopped taking...

September 09, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
All roads lead to Boston for the U.S. Amateur, the precarious match-play tournament which is the traditional last rose of the summer golf season

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September 09, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind

September 09, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
Over the years, appreciating the monumentality of Francis Ouimet's achievements in golf, people have tried to treat him as a monument. They have never gotten very far. The role of the idol has...

September 09, 1957 | Dorothy Stull
The Presidential fitness committees, meeting jointly this week to evaluate existing programs, will find that physical education at West Point has much of value to offer to civilian schools

September 09, 1957 | Harry Phillips
At West Point next Monday the 119 members of the President's Citizens Advisory Committee for Fitness will gather together for the first time. They will meet against the background of one of the...

September 09, 1957 | Robert Creamer
Stars shone at nearly every position, but Cincinnati's dream of a pennant foundered on the rockiest pitching in the majors

September 09, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
playwright-legislator-diplomat CLARE BOOTEE LUCE discovers a strange new world and describes it brilliantly in a two-part article

September 09, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
Out of the ocean depths around Bermuda, Clare Boothe Luce brought the fruits of a hitherto un-exploited talent: the composition of limericks. Here are a few—making up a versified manual of some...

September 09, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
In which the author, still stormbound, spends an evening with the treasure divers and beholds the ancient and beautiful things they have found below the waters; and then, with clearing skies,...

September 09, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSRoy Leslie, 43-year-old Denver auto mechanic, hotrodded his home-made, triple-engined Wynns Friction-proofing Special at 270.479 mph in single run over Bonneville Salt Flats (Aug....

September 09, 1957
Mrs. Charles Bethel, member of winning Bahamas team, diligently battled 15-pound Allison tuna for more than half hour before boating it on 12-pound test line during final leg of Bahamas-Bermuda...

September 09, 1957
Reaching Aussie Neale Fraser backhands shot under watchful eye of partner Ashley Cooper in National Doubles final.

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Presenting, from Italy, the sunny land of put-puts, the latest product of the motor scooter: what to wear

September 09, 1957
Milwaukee Braves have been led during the last month by ageless Warren Spahn (left), who with 17 victories seems assured of his eighth 20-game season, and the amazing Bob Hazle, who has hit .500...

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AUTO RACINGJerry Unser, tong Beach, Calif., USAC 100-m. natl. championship stock car race, in 1:18:34.17, in 1957 Ford, Du Quoin, Ill.

September 09, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
For the last exercise in your first six-week stint, Bonnie shows you the side stretch. It will give you a supple, limber trunk, which is a must for all forms of sport. After this week comes the...

September 09, 1957 | Bud Holscher
Most golfers today realize that a player must keep working on his swing if he hopes to improve and to play and score better. Now this can frequently present a problem: many a golfer becomes so...

September 09, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
THE DUKE OF WINDSORFriendly betting adds interest to golf, but outright gambling is bad for the game. I never play for more than $5 a side. That is enough of a wager and it gives us the chance to...

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FITNESS (CONT.): THE FORWARD LOOKSirs:Bonnie Prudden's articles on physical fitness are terrific (U.S. Fitness: 1957, SI, Aug. 5 et seq.)! I am looking forward to new vitality, a new figure and...

September 09, 1957
This skittish Texas miss, skimming backward on a crest of spray as though she had no more weight than a feather, is queen of her domain. She won the national water ski jumping championship in the...

September 09, 1957
SO season opensSC season closesC dear waterD water dirty, roilyN water normal heightSH slightly highH highVH very highM water muddyL lowR risingWT50 water 50°FG fishing goodFVG fishing very goodFF...

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3—Robert Riger4—Leslie Jacobs5—Gene Ray-Bermuda News Bureau, A.P., A. Y. Owen, U.P., New York Herald Tribune, Central Press Photos, London6—U.P. (2), A.P.11, 14, 15—John G. Zimmerman16—Peter...

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