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November 18, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 21

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Clendon Thomas Cover - Sports Illustrated November 18, 1957

November 18, 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...

November 18, 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...

November 18, 1957
4, 5—Robert Riger6—Clarence Schmidt, Bert Morgan, Budd Studio, European, U.P.7—NASCAR photo, U.P., I.N.P.22, 23—drawings by Ajay42—Al Panzera-Fort Worth Star-Telegram43—Bill Shepherd-Dayton Daily...

November 18, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

November 18, 1957 | Tex Maule

November 18, 1957 | Whitney Tower
The year's most decisive race gives Bold Ruler revenge, prestige and some championship votes

November 18, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Glamour and speed are in prospect at the rugged new Riverside, Calif. road course on the fringe of the Mohave Desert, where the last national Sports Car Club of America race meeting of the season...

November 18, 1957

November 18, 1957
•Go and GiveIt is National Football Week and college football audiences across the U.S. this Saturday get a chance to contribute to a good and worthy cause: erection of the Football Hall of Fame...

November 18, 1957 | Don Carter

November 18, 1957 | Don Carter
Q. Is it true that anyone can bowl?

November 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
Before long, on many a whitened highway and byway, automobiles with skis securely racked atop will be as common a sight as boats on trailers in midsummer.

November 18, 1957
That there is many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip was well proved last week. Texas saw its hopes for drinking the nectar of the Cotton Bowl fade away in a lackluster tie with Baylor (see...

November 18, 1957 | Martin Kane
Mexico's hero, Raul Macias, conceded the long-disputed world bantamweight championship to a cool little Frenchman

November 18, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
Engines and boats are bigger for 1958, but the biggest news is the first diesel outboard ever

November 18, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
Air enters via manifolds 1 through third ports into cylinder 2 when pistons 3 are in dead center. As pistons move outward on power stroke, they block third (intake) ports 6 and compress air in...

November 18, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
1 Removable top and face panels for access to outboard engines2 Self-bailing motor well3 Fuel tanks, 15-gal. capacity each4 3-inch foam rubber cushions, removable to install helm seat5 Bunk panel,...

November 18, 1957 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
1 12-foot telescoping aluminum outrigger2 Canopy folds inside windshield3 Adjustable outrigger fitting with aluminum or wood backing plate beneath permanent deck4 Removable side cushions5...

November 18, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

November 18, 1957
Don Krause, limber-armed 22-year-old Milwaukee kegler, rattled pins for successive scores of 235, 277, 237, 278 and four-game total of 1,027 in Milwaukee Journal's annual state match tournament to...

November 18, 1957
Riding high, Donald Campbell's lobster-shaped Bluebird II, tail up and pontoons just skimming the surface, appears to be barely tiptoeing over the water on the way to a new world speed record of...

November 18, 1957
AUTO RACING

November 18, 1957
Melodic and clear, it is a siren voice of autumn that lures followers over fence and field in pursuit of the hare

November 18, 1957
THE EAST

November 18, 1957
•Ohio State—Iowa. Unscathed in Big Ten, Buckeyes can take title and Rose Bowl trip, while once-tied Iowa can clinch championship. Ohio State has shown powerful running offense. Iowa has determined...

November 18, 1957 | Don Granger

November 18, 1957 | Ralph Hutchison
The late Macdonald Smith was a pro's pro, one of the truly great players, students and teachers of the game. Mac's essential thesis for any low-handicap golfer was this: When things go sour, you...

November 18, 1957 | Charles Goren
It is one of the great charms of bridge that all the science in the world is impotent against the workings of a certain type of magic which the tyro will sometimes wield. The deal shown below was...

November 18, 1957 | Tex Maule
When Buddy Parker, the leathery-faced coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, chose a "Meet the Lions" banquet as the place to announce his resignation as coach of the Detroit Lions, he stirred up...

November 18, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
A revealing measure of your physical age, which need not correspond to your chronological age, is your inclination or relutance to bend over and touch the floor. You need strength and flexibility...

November 18, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
CHARLES M. SHLOSSERYMCA, SeattlePhysical directorIt is deplorable. Spectatoritis, automation, overeating, smoking, drinking and the lack of exercise have wasted man's God-given ability. Military...

November 18, 1957
SPORTSMAN OF THE YEARSirs:I say that our ideal sportsman must have all those qualities which we admire in great men in addition to those we admire in athletes. Specifically, he must have...

November 18, 1957
High in the sky on their do-it-yourself grandstand sit Edward C. Roth (left) perpetrator of this contraption, and Jack Brossart. Roth's ingenious invention enables the pair to have an uncluttered...