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November 04, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 19

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Bobby Cox Cover - Sports Illustrated November 04, 1957

November 04, 1957 | Art Rosenbaum
Anthony J. (Tony) Morabito, 47, one of pro football's most controversial figures, died Sunday from a coronary in the second quarter of the 49er-Bear game. Morabito died, as he might have wished,...

November 04, 1957
S—snowR—rainF—freeze-upT—temperatureSF—spotty flightFF—fair flightGF—good flightEF—excellent flightGDW—good duck weatherSC—season closes (or closed)BW—bluebird weatherPG—poor gunningFG—fair...

November 04, 1957
4—drawings by Ajay5—John G. Zimmerman6—U.P., I.N.P., A.P.7—I.N.P.8—Norman Menard, I.N.P., John G. Zimmerman, I.N.P.10—U.P.20, 21—Garry Winogrand, Des Moines Register, Wil Blanche22, 23—A. H....

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Already the collegiate football season was half over. Whole teams had been downed by Asian flu, and as usual there had been the injuries—serious and temporary—to key players. Still, the big news...

November 04, 1957
Homecoming weekend is that exclamation mark in the college calendar that once a year brings the old grad back to the campus to hobnob with the undergrad and rediscover that all is well at alma...

November 04, 1957 | Roy Terrell

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•The Trials of TatumCoach Jim Tatum has had a rough row to hoe since he returned to North Carolina, his football teams losing nine of 16 games, but last week he was really in the tall weeds as a...

November 04, 1957
VAGABONDIA SEASON IS HERE

November 04, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
The Boston Celtics, with their superb combination of youth and veteran skills, are but one herald of a spectacular NBA season

November 04, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
All games are Saturday afternoon. Schedule is subject to later revision by NBC network.

November 04, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Despite the annual autumnal hazard on a lot of fairways, when the best drive you've hit all year may stay hidden forever under a sere and yellow leaf, many golf scores continue to fall. Book sales...

November 04, 1957 | Mort Lund

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November 04, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
Torpid finally lived up to his—and pacing's climactic prize was taken by Meadow Lands

November 04, 1957
The sweater is popular round the world because it flatters a good figure: women wear it, and men approve of it. This past summer SPORTS ILLUSTRATED conducted an Old World sweater survey. Some of...

November 04, 1957
Dawn Palethorpe, another of England's able equestrians, guided her mount faultlessly on last night to help British team pile up 103 points in 11 events for international jumping trophy at...

November 04, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSDieter König, speed-minded German, bounced his Class A hydro over Knoxville's Port Loudon Lake at 60.606 mph for new Division I NOA world speed record, received partial credit for...

November 04, 1957
Old halfback Dwight Eisenhower, flanked by his host, Naval Academy Superintendent Rear Admiral William R. Smedberg (left), and West Point Commandant Brigadier General John L. Throckmorton, reacts...

November 04, 1957 | Joe La Machia
On the first tee of any club you will see all types of pivots—sways, dips, locked right knees or no pivot at all. The pivot is a rotating motion of the hips and shoulders to the right. They should...

November 04, 1957 | Virginia Kraft

November 04, 1957 | Virginia Kraft
On snow-swept slopes like those of Montana's vast Bob Marshall Wilderness Area (above), hunters now are seeking out the biggest U.S. game. For more on this rigorous sport and this rugged country...

November 04, 1957 | Virginia Kraft
The hunters above, happily thawing out after the frigid ride shown on the preceding pages, are members of the Rocky Mountain Big Game Hunters' Club, an informal group of Great Falls, Mont,...

November 04, 1957 | Virginia Kraft
ANIMALS INDICATE HEAVIEST CONCENTRATIONS OF GAME DURING HUNTING SEASON

November 04, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
The lateral stretch is particularly good for women because it helps enhance the bust line and makes firm the flabby upper arm so prevalent among women over 25 who otherwise have fine figures. But...

November 04, 1957 | Charles Goren
It is difficult to measure the attribute of confidence in terms of tricks, but I would venture an unusually high estimate of the number of contracts whose success can be directly assigned to the...

November 04, 1957
AUTO RACING

November 04, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
HOWARD W. MORTUniversity of ChicagoPresidentAmer. Alumni CouncilYes—when they demand bowl games and Madison Square Garden finals; when their only college support is a Cadillac for a "perfect"...

November 04, 1957
ALL ABOUT DUCKSSirs:May I, on behalf of Ducks Unlimited, convey to you the very sincere thanks of our organization for the splendid story written by Coles Phinizy (Be Kind to Your Web-footed...

November 04, 1957
The six pleased-as-punch Oklahoma youngsters pictured below are (left to right): Claud Maxwell, 17, Cynthia Ann Hahn, 17, Judy Lunsford, 18, and Charles Bryan, 15, all of Oklahoma City, and Cleo...

November 04, 1957
THE EAST

November 04, 1957 | Herman Hickman
•Michigan—Iowa. TV Game of the Week. Hawkeyes, sparked by fine defensive play, have come clean thus far. Wolverines still very much in contention for Big Ten title and trip to Rose Bowl despite...