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November 11, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 20

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Jay Utz Cover - Sports Illustrated November 11, 1957

November 11, 1957
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November 11, 1957 | Herman Hickman
•Michigan State—Notre Dame. Each team has been downed once. Irish were outclassed by the Middies. Spartans seem to have regained poise after Purdue defeat. MICHIGAN STATE.

November 11, 1957
THE EAST

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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 11, 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...

November 11, 1957
3—Anthony Ravielli6—Vincent A. Finnigan7—A.P., John G. Zimmerman, U.P., A.P. (2)8—Morris Rosenfeld, Max Peter Haas, A.P., U.P.9—I.N.P., A.P.30, 31—Larry Sharkey-Los Angeles Times, U.P. (2), I.N.P....

November 11, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

November 11, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
In the driver's seats of U.S. cars, pointing for the hot new season, are their builders. Their gamble: $1.5 billion that plushy new styling makes a hit

November 11, 1957 | Don Parker
The hoop-la of high school football is the game at its gayest—except perhaps in a few towns where it has become big business

November 11, 1957
For as long as anyone can remember a football coach has never been fired at Hempstead High School. As the picture on the opposite page so clearly shows, the game is played strictly for fun....

November 11, 1957
FOOTBALL IN THE LITTLE IVY

November 11, 1957
TWELVE HUNDRED MONTHS AGO, ATKINSON: NEW SILKS AND THE OLD HABIT OF WINNING, THE PRESENT REVIVES A GAME FROM THE FUTURE, PAN-ARABIAN ATHLETICS, TIMETABLE

November 11, 1957
•Ferrari Wins AgainFerrari, by taking the first four places in the Grand Prix of Venezuela, successfully defended its sports car manufacturers' championship. The race marked the last run of the...

November 11, 1957 | Herbert Warren Wind
There was nothing mysterious about Japan's clear-cut victory in the Canada Cup, a memorably successful golf tournament

November 11, 1957
No other sport puts quite so much emphasis on the importance of the coach and coaching as football. On days like last Saturday the coaches may even assume greater importance than the players on...

November 11, 1957 | Herman Hickman
When Princeton Coach Charles W. Caldwell Jr. died of cancer last Friday, at the age of 55, college football lost one of its finest figures. In an era of Ts, split-Ts and multiple offenses he was...

November 11, 1957 | Whitney Tower
The race of the year is finally on, but not before the fans had been led a merry dance by owners and tracks

November 11, 1957 | Alice Higgins
The once-rejected Lemon Drop Kid wins again in Kansas City, and at the Pennsylvania National show Mexico's General Mariles finds a fight and loses to the British

November 11, 1957 | Alice Higgins
The triumphant trio shown making a tour of the ring at Harrisburg, Pa. is the English Equestrian Team of Pat Smythe (left), Ted Williams and Dawn Palethorpe. Now in New York (Nov. 5 to 12) for the...

November 11, 1957
The paintings on these pages, by untutored and often itinerant artists of an earlier day in our country's history, form a part of the priceless heritage we know as American "primitives." Unknown...

November 11, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Last week a 193-page book, bound in red leather, went to the judges who will select this year's second annual Silver Anniversary All-America. It contains the nominations of those football...

November 11, 1957 | Whitney Tower
Born of necessity 63 years ago to safeguard the integrity of racing, The Jockey Club has lost much of its authority but none of its enthusiasm for the improvement of the sport

November 11, 1957 | Whitney Tower
The Jockey Club sterling silver lapel insignia, (at left) customarily entitles its wearers to lifetime privileges at Thoroughbred race meetings

November 11, 1957 | Charles Goren
West led the king of diamonds. East started an echo with the 9. The ace of diamonds was then cashed and West quite properly laid down the ace of clubs and then the jack of diamonds. The dummy...

November 11, 1957
RECORD BREAKERSDumpty Humpty, sleek Irish-bred 4-year-old, hardly looked his name as he drew out neatly in stretch under able guidance of Jockey Pete Moreno, hothoofed six furlongs in 1:08 for new...

November 11, 1957
Art Asbury, 36-year-old speedboat racer from Oxtongue Lake, Ont., thunderboated Jim Thompson's Rolls Royce-powered Miss Supertest II across foggy Lake Ontario near Picton at 184.499 mph average to...

November 11, 1957
Worth his weight in gold, 12-year-old Demon Hanover, 1948 Hambletonian winner and successful sire, poses at Lexington, Ky. with John R. Gaines (left), who headed a syndicate which purchased him...

November 11, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
These shoulder-relaxing exercises will help you to avoid today's universal complaint, tension, which often results in stiff and painful neck and shoulder muscles. Success in relaxing these muscles...

November 11, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
SUSAN LIGHTBOWNFairfield, Conn.Miss ConnecticutNo. I was always too busy in school with studies and extracurricular activities to bother with sports. I'd much rather watch them, but that's not...

November 11, 1957 | Marilynn Smith
In my travels around the country, one thing I've noticed about the golf of the average female player is a lack of firmness in the short game. Most of them swing the club back much too far and...

November 11, 1957
Sports are a part of the life of most Americans. Nearly all of us, as participants or spectators, find in sports relaxation and identification that make our ways more satisfying and invigorating.

November 11, 1957
A DEFINITION OF COURAGESirs:As the mother of four boys, 10 to 14, living in a difficult neighborhood (are there any others?) in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, I would like to express my...

November 11, 1957
The U.S. Women's Lacrosse team returned triumphant this week from a two-month, 35-game tour of the British Isles. They won three out of five international matches and tied the other two—the best...

November 11, 1957
AUTO RACINGJoan and Larry Reid, Allston, Mass., Appalachian Mountain Natl. Rally, with total error of 140 seconds, in Austin-Healey, Hershey, Pa.

November 11, 1957
APBA and NOA 1957 outboard and unlimited champions

November 11, 1957 | Kyle Crichton
In another, less genteel time, the tramp athlete flourished and a well-chosen alias was a football player's best friend

November 11, 1957 | John Durant
A handful of intrepid drivers in 1908 raced from New York to Paris via Siberia and proved the durability of the automobile