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October 14, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 16

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Charles Goren Cover - Sports Illustrated October 14, 1957

October 14, 1957
THE EAST

October 14, 1957 | Herman Hickman
•Army—Notre Dame. Both teams large, lean and unlocked. Will pass if have to, but are primarily ground-minded. An edge to the Cadets. ARMY.

October 14, 1957 | Tex Maule
George Halas, the gentleman who owns and for 30-odd years coached the Chicago Bears, is now an even-tempered man. He was known for a blazing temper during his coaching days; once, in a fit of...

October 14, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

October 14, 1957
5—David Goodnow6—Robert McLaughlin-Emporia Gazette, Central Press, A.P.7—Mark Kauffman, I.N.P.8—A.P., I.N.P.9—E. Martin Jessee, I.N.P.12—U.P.20, 21—I.N.P., Richard Meek (2), Hy Peskin22, 23—A.P.,...

October 14, 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...

October 14, 1957
The world's 26 remaining wild whooping cranes have begun to leave Wood Buffalo National Park in Canada on their annual migration south to Texas. Eight adults and two young have been sighted....

October 14, 1957 | Harry Phillips
None of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's editors has served as sparring partner for Floyd Patterson yet or even pitched batting practice before a World Series game. This, by general agreement, is just as...

October 14, 1957 | Sal Maglie

October 14, 1957

October 14, 1957
•Bluebird at 275 mphPersistent Don Campbell, still seeking to break his own water speed record of 225 mph, cranked his Bluebird up to an unofficial speed of 275 mph on Lake Onondaga. Since...

October 14, 1957
While the football fans above were going wild over this 72-yard run by Minnesota's Dick Larson (15) as his team beat Purdue 21-17, others divided their concentration between football and the World...

October 14, 1957
NO HANDS: Iowa State's Dwight Nichols lost the ball here; Oklahoma recovered, went on to score and beat State 40-14.

October 14, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
Bringing harness racing into the big time, the pioneers of nighttime trotting at Roosevelt Raceway in suburban New York made a sensationally successful investment in COMFORT AND COLOR

October 14, 1957 | Tex Maule

October 14, 1957 | Tex Maule
(NBC-TV: 2:00 E.D.T.)

October 14, 1957 | Tex Maule
On his way to a 97-yard touchdown run with the opening kick-off of the 1947 game is Terry Brennan (37), who is now the Notre Dame coach. Brennan later scored another touchdown as Notre Dame won...

October 14, 1957
Sprouting from size 70 cowboy boots are the enormous legs of "Big Tex" (right), a Brobdingnagian cowboy who towers over the Texas State Fair Grounds and symbolizes the big doings this Saturday at...

October 14, 1957 | Charlotte Adams
Whether you arrive at a game by private railway car or airplane, like some of the people on the opposite page, or by automobile (right), a lot of the fun of a football weekend comes before the...

October 14, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

October 14, 1957
Robert L. King, top aide to Vice-President Richard Nixon and onetime FBI agent, has been named executive director of 1960 Winter Olympic Games, will soon undertake to organize gigantic athletic...

October 14, 1957
Head up, Britain's Dai Rees blasts one down fairway to help his partner, Ken Bousfield, defeat America's Art Wall and Fred Hawkins on way to Ryder Cup victory.

October 14, 1957 | Jean Cadoux
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October 14, 1957 | Jean Cadoux
The dramatic story of the Berger Chasm expedition is taken from a collaborative book, One Thousand Metres Down, which will be published in a translation from the original French on October 17 by...

October 14, 1957 | Coles Phinizy

October 14, 1957 | Charles Goren

October 14, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
The pelvic tilt, kneeling, is a variation of an exercise you learned in Bonnie Prudden's first lesson, August 5—the pelvic tilt, supine. By now you know enough exercises to pick and choose and...

October 14, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
MAYOR ROBERT F. WAGNERNew York CityThe Army-Notre Dame game is great football and a great attraction. But perfect football becomes secondary when your alma mater is playing. I'm a Yale man. The...

October 14, 1957 | Elizabeth Arden
My business is to make women beautiful. My sport is to raise beautiful horses. It's no coincidence that it has always seemed to me that beautiful women are something like beautiful horses: they...

October 14, 1957 | Elizabeth Arden
The president and founder of one of the world's largest cosmetic companies is also the First Lady of the Turf. With hundreds of salons all over the world, the Elizabeth Arden name is an...

October 14, 1957 | Jimmy Hines
One of the most misunderstood movements of the golf swing is the pivot on the backswing. Actually, unless the player is Very young or unusually agile, I advocate a lateral shift of weight rather...

October 14, 1957
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR: NOMINATIONS OPEN (CONT.)Sirs:Since nominations for SPORTS ILLUS-TRATED'S Sportsman of the Year are now opened (19TH HOLE, Oct. 7) I would like to cite my choice for that...

October 14, 1957
Henry Abels of Springfield, Ill. shot his first round of golf during Teddy Roosevelt's first year in the White House, and now, at 90, he's still going strong. Each year since he was 71 he has shot...

October 14, 1957
BASEBALLHouston, over Atlanta, 4 games to 2, Dixie Series.