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October 21, 1957 | Volume 7, Issue 17

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 21, 1957

October 21, 1957
AUTO RACING

October 21, 1957
THE EAST

October 21, 1957 | Herman Hickman
•Iowa—Wisconsin. Badgers have shown surprising early-season strength while Hawkeyes have come along as expected. IOWA.

October 21, 1957 | Tex Maule
It was fourth down and inches to go for the San Francisco 49ers on the Los Angeles 40. Some 60,000 fans waited hopefully for Quarterback Y. A. Tittle to sneak for the inches and keep the 49ers...

October 21, 1957
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

October 21, 1957
6—painting by Anne Fischer7—illustration by Al Beechel8—A.P., U.P., Bill Young-San Francisco Chronicle, Milwaukee Journal, A.P.9—NASCAR Photo, A.P.10—A.P., Juan Guzman, Hawthorne Race...

October 21, 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 21, 1957 | Don Parker
While Michigan State showed Michigan why it is one of the two best college teams, a Notre Dame sophomore became Saturday's Hero by booting his team to a Hollywood victory over Army

October 21, 1957 | Roy Terrell

October 21, 1957
The Prix De L'Arc De Triomphe is the Continent's richest and most celebrated horse race, and its running traditionally signals the beginning of the Paris winter social season. The international...

October 21, 1957
It started at the University of Nebraska 19 years ago with 10 bands. This Saturday 70 groups totaling 3,500 musicians and 300 twirlers will fill the Cornhuskers' Memorial Stadium with the vast...

October 21, 1957

October 21, 1957
•Pull Hitter's ParadiseNow that Walter O'Malley has led his Dodgers from indecision to Los Angeles he must find a park for them to play in. At present O'Malley favors the Coliseum, a 102,000-seat...

October 21, 1957 | Don Parker

October 21, 1957 | Henry Longhurst

October 21, 1957 | Henry Longhurst
Though Tommy (Thunder) Bolt's outbursts at Lindrick were not the first in his 11-year career as a professional golfer, and will not be the last, there seems to be no doubt that for once there was...

October 21, 1957 | Kenneth Rudeen
Swedish Saabs and Volvos between them dominated Lime Rock's 10-hour endurance race for small foreign passenger cars

October 21, 1957 | Harry Phillips
This Week our Footloose Sportsman and travel editor, Horace Sutton, is in Madrid. There, between overseas assignments for later issues of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, he is attending the 27th annual...

October 21, 1957 | Coles Phinizy

October 21, 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...

October 21, 1957 | George Plimpton

October 21, 1957
Monty Stickles, bulky Notre Dame third-string sophomore end from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., made his first field-goal try one to remember, lofting ball over from 28-yard line with six minutes to play for...

October 21, 1957
Jubilation in Milwaukee knows no bounds as the good burghers turn out to hail their conquering World Series heroes. Here, Pitchers Lew Burdette (left) and Warren Spahn respond to fans' cheers by...

October 21, 1957
RECORD BREAKERS

October 21, 1957 | Charles Goren
The author won the world pair championship in London last week, but has high praise for British contract bridge

October 21, 1957 | Bonnie Prudden
This exercise is a test of balance but is especially good for trimming and making firm your thighs and hips. Follow directions carefully. This is one time when overambition may destroy the...

October 21, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
JACK BURKEBuffaloMy question is for Sam Snead, Ben Hogan and Jimmy Demaret. I hope they won't think I'm impertinent. I'm not. I just want to know: When are you old pros going to retire? We young...

October 21, 1957 | Fay Crocker
I have had one theory about golf ever since I was knee high to a duck: nature, with golfers in mind, shaped the right palm so that the left thumb fits into it perfectly. When the left thumb and...

October 21, 1957
EVASHEVSKI (CONT.): IS HE RIGHT?Sirs:When SPORTS ILLUSTRATED came out with its article on Coach Evashevski (Special Football Issue, Sept. 23) and his supposed philosophies on recruiting, the...

October 21, 1957
The newest wave of tennis players dashing onto the national scene from the shores of southern California includes this attractive septet of champions. Among them they hold seven of the eight major...