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September 16, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 12

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Carmen Basilio Cover - Sports Illustrated September 16, 1957

September 16, 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...

September 16, 1957
One month ago the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, acting on the advice of its own Field Staff, the Fish and Game Departments of the 48 states, Ducks Unlimited, the Canadian Wildlife Service and a...

September 16, 1957
5—bottom, A.P., I.N.P.6—bottom, U.P.8—U.P., A.P.14—Picture Post-Pix15—Dan Weiner28, 30—drawings by Ajay34—Bert Brandt-Blake International37—Arlington Park38, 39—John G. Zimmerman, Arlington Park...

September 16, 1957
[TV]TV[COLOR TV]COLOR TV[NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

September 16, 1957 | W. Somerset Maugham
ANNOUNCEMENT

September 16, 1957 | Charles Goren
One day eight years ago, I had stopped for a cup of coffee at the counter in a Chicago railway station restaurant when a man slipped onto the stool next to mine and, in a husky, faintly accented...

September 16, 1957 | Martin Kane

September 16, 1957 | Martin Kane
•TIME AND PLACE: Yankee Stadium, Sept. 23, 10:30 p.m. (EDT)

September 16, 1957
British motor sportsmen are a hardy lot who spurn pushbutton conveniences; the hardiest of all are the drivers who tackle steep hills with small cars

September 16, 1957

September 16, 1957
•Milwaukee HopesDespite recent unpleasantness, Milwaukee is going confidently ahead with plans for a civic celebration of its first Brave pennant. Items: Lake-front fireworks on clinch night,...

September 16, 1957
MAN OVERSIDESlinging his weight so far out over the water that he seemed perpetually about to abandon ship, Crewman Jim Hill spent five precarious days helping Skipper Lowell North hold their...

September 16, 1957 | Whitney Tower

September 16, 1957
ALTHEA accommodates HISTORY

September 16, 1957 | Dick Young

September 16, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

September 16, 1957
Bill Cox Sr., 44-year-old Darien, Conn. skipper, teamed with son Bill Jr., brother Gardner, aboard his speedy Zig Zagger, won two races, finished well up in three others to easily capture...

September 16, 1957
Kissing wife Miralotte, Ray Ickes, son of late Harold Ickes, congratulates her on winning National Women's Open rifle title.

September 16, 1957 | Ed Zern
With the hunting season just getting under way, a famous outdoorsman sticks his neck out to pick his own version of the 10 best guns for One Man's Arsenal

September 16, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
—SHAKESPEARE

September 16, 1957 | Clare Boothe Luce
A second selection of undersea humor from Clare Boothe Luce's album

September 16, 1957
The big news out of Paris this season is news for the sportswoman—and it does not come from the haute couture. It is the Paris boutiques that have scooped the fashion world. These little shops,...

September 16, 1957 | Doug Ford
On all my strokes I go through a process of alignment. I'll first try to describe and then I'll explain the reasons why I do this.

September 16, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
It's never too late to get in shape, even if you've reached the advanced age of a college freshman and find bulges cropping up in the wrong places. Exercise will help; and exercise is fun,...

September 16, 1957 | H. H. S. Phillips Jr.
a new setting for sport

September 16, 1957
AUTO RACINGPhil Hill, Santa Monica, Calif., 500-mile Road America race in 6:08:30 in Ferrari, Elkhart Lake. Wis.

September 16, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
NOBUSUKE KISHIPremier of JapanNo, not in the United States nor in Europe. There is so much interest in boxing by strong groups that it will be impossible to repress it. At first I thought boxing...

September 16, 1957
LITTLE LEAGUE: ENLARGE THE GOODSirs:Your two articles about Little League Baseball (SI, Aug. 19, 26) were excellent in almost every way. This is the first time, to my knowledge, that a national...

September 16, 1957
This sturdy Californian of 13, basking in the proud smile and encircling arm of her father, is a record-breaker who gives sweet promise of U.S. success in the 1960 Olympics in Rome. Despite her...

September 16, 1957
' first doubleheader loss of the season came last week against the sixth-place Orioles as George Kell () got three hits and knocked in four runs in the first game and Connie Johnson () struck out...