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October 28, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 18

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 28, 1957

October 28, 1957
AUTO RACING

October 28, 1957
THE EAST

October 28, 1957
3—Ross Wilson6—Richard Meek9—A.P., John G. Zimmerman, I.N.P.10—I.N.P., Hy Peskin11—U.P., A.P.12—A.P., I.N.P.20—A.P.21—N.Y. Daily News28, 29—drawings by Ajay32, 33—A.P., Earl Seubert-Minneapolis...

October 28, 1957 | Herman Hickman
•Texas A&M—Baylor. Loomed early as the game in the SWC this season but Baylor has been disappointing. Big Bears have it in them but must stick with Aggies until proven wrong. TEXAS A&M.

October 28, 1957 | Tex Maule
Much of the surprising early foot shown by the Baltimore Colts may be attributed to a cool, lanky youngster from the Pittsburgh steel country. There are, of course, contributing factors: a massive...

October 28, 1957
S—snow R—rain F—freeze-up T—temperature SF—spotty flight FF—fair flight GF—good flight EF—excellent flight GDW—good duck weather SC—season closes (or closed) BW—bluebird weather PG—poor gunning...

October 28, 1957
SO—season opens SC—season closes C—clear water D—water dirty, roily N—water normal height SH—slightly high H—high VH—very high M—water muddy L—low R—rising WT50—water 50° FG—fishing good...

October 28, 1957 | Dan Parker

October 28, 1957 | Dan Parker
The teams owned or controlled by the Norris interests have a cozy system of interchanging players. Herewith a few examples: Rangers traded Forward Ron Murphy to Black Hawks for Forward Hank Ciesla...

October 28, 1957 | John O'Reilly
When October's bright blue weather comes along, the woods of eastern North America stage a mass color display unequaled anywhere else in the world. Millions take to the highways for a necessarily...

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October 28, 1957
•No Jinx in the ProgramAlthough Duffy Daugherty's Michigan State football team lost to Purdue last week, Duffy did not lose a bit of his fine Irish wit. Dismissing the notion of a Purdue jinx,...

October 28, 1957
When Queen Elizabeth (above) and Prince Philip saw their first American football game Saturday, it is doubtful that they realized Maryland's 21-7 victory over North Carolina was one in a series of...

October 28, 1957 | Tex Maule

October 28, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
A boat builder named Rybovich and a sportsman named Peters studied every angling angle and brought forth a harmony of hull, power and tower named 'Lazy Bones III'

October 28, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
(1) Crew's quarters with two 6-foot 7-inch foam rubber bunks; head under seat.(2) Owner's air-conditioned stateroom, with two right-angled 6-foot 6-inch bunks, 9 large drawers, dressing table,...

October 28, 1957 | Alice Higgins

October 28, 1957 | Alice Higgins
In the slashed and eroded ground around the National Equestrian Association, pupils of General Humberto Mariles find the severest tests which horse and rider can encounter. "I take them to all...

October 28, 1957
When the Garden State test for two-year-olds is run off this Saturday in New Jersey, the wheel of fortune may point out the 1957 champion; it will send one of these hopeful owners home with the...

October 28, 1957 | Charles Goren
The aim of a magician is to distract attention with one hand from what he is doing with the other. The same technique may be employed at the card table. Here, South, the declarer, got attention...

October 28, 1957 | Ed Zern

October 28, 1957 | Ed Zern
Women's Field Trial Club, Amagansett, N.Y., October 25-27.Swamp Dog Club, East Goshen Township, Chester County, Pa., November 1-3.Labrador Retriever Club, Southampton, N.Y., November 8-10.National...

October 28, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Lately the 19th hole has been reporting early nominations for 1957's Sportsman of the Year. Among the first were two from last year's Sportsman of the Year, Bobby Morrow, who nominated Pole...

October 28, 1957
Foam and fibers now do for man what fur and feathers do for beast and fowl—insulate him against the roughest winter's day

October 28, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
The tiger stretch, as demonstrated here by Bonnie Prudden, is an exercise that will strengthen and stretch muscles in the torso, the legs and the arms. The sinuous and feline movement will make...

October 28, 1957 | Gary Cooper
Funny, before my marriage I wasn't too interested in sports. As a kid in Montana, of course, there was riding on the ranch, hunting off the back porch and fishing. But in my early days in...

October 28, 1957 | Gary Cooper
Two-time Academy Award winner—for "Sgt. York" and "High Noon"—Cooper is the son of a Montana Supreme Court Justice. He was educated in England and at Grinnell College in Iowa. One of the screen's...

October 28, 1957 | Billy Burke
When I am helping a golfer who is having trouble with his swing, I often advise him to practice swinging while standing with his back about 18 inches from a wall. You will find that when you swing...

October 28, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
DONALD CAMPBELL, holder of the world's speedboat record of 225.63 mph, asks

October 28, 1957
BRIDGE: DEAL THE CARDS, AND FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT!Sirs:Your statesmanlike decision to include the fascinating game of bridge among the indoor sports and carry it regularly merits our most...

October 28, 1957
The young lady in the saddle is receiving Queen Ingrid's Cup from the hands of the Queen of Denmark after winning the European Horse Trials in Copenhagen earlier this month. Largely self-taught,...

October 28, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

October 28, 1957
Kenny Mikes, hard-running Purdue halfback, was one happy fellow after his recovery of fumble and subsequent 34-yard scoring dash on draw play gave Boilermakers clinching touchdown in 20-13 upset...

October 28, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

October 28, 1957
Leading the charge, fast-stepping Idun, off and running for honors as the nation's top 2-year-old filly, churns up mud under Jockey Hartack on way to an easy victory in rich Gardenia Stakes at...

October 28, 1957
For this year and through March 1958

October 28, 1957
Students at Chicago's famed Art Institute depict today's sports in the styles of the past