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September 2, 1957 Table Of Contents

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Baseball X-Ray

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Fisherman's Calendar

fisherman's CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS AUG. 30-SEPT. 8

Veep Down

...AND THE VEEP SAT DOWN

But before he did, Vice-President Rademacher, of Youth Unlimited, stayed nearly six rounds with Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson

By Martin Kane

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

BASEBALL: THE ODDITIES OF AUGUST, MR. KEEGAN GOES THROUGH WASHINGTON, GETTING TO KNOW LAKE ERIE, THE PONY SOCIAL STRUCTURE, FIVE NEW RECORDS AT BONNEVILLE

Spectacle

THE RIVER

Preview

ALTHEA Gibson, a shy and awkward girl who had to fight herself as often as a hostile world, this week will try for her first National Singles title at Forest Hills. Here is a warm glimpse of her by an old friend

By Sarah Palfrey

Tennis Preview

A YEAR FOR THE NEWCOMERS

The U.S. Davis Cup captain looks ahead to Forest Hills and finds some youngsters who might replace the old guard

By William F. Talbert

FORECAST: A COMING CHAMPION

By William F. Talbert

FOREST HILLS

the footloose sportsman in FOREST HILLS

By Horace Sutton

Sporting Look

COLLEGE '57

Canoes

Canoes in the Wilderness

An Indian guide and two young couples relive the pleasures of an oldtime vacation

Me and Those Canoes

Illogical and torturous, they demand in equal amounts courage, resolution, endurance. The author loves them

By Sparse Grey Hackle

Tip From The Top

TIP FROM THE TOP

By Willie Klein

EDSEL ARRIVES

Ford Motor Co. unveils a muscular new entry in the medium-price market—a long, low car in a full range of models, with impressive power to go along with the brightwork

By Kenneth Rudeen

Blue Heaven

Blue Heaven

Next time you think of Hawaii, add a sportsman's attraction to those tropic skies—namely marlin, blue marlin, as big as you've ever seen

By Ezra Bowen

San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO 1 LOS ANGELES O

Bush

THIS IS THE BUSH

Reiser

PETE IN THE BUSH

Pete Reiser, Brooklyn star of 1940-48, is typical of the occasional big leaguer who winds up managing a Class D team

By Robert H. Boyle

8-9 By now you're in such good form you can add two new exercises

By Bonnie Prudden

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Will professional tennis eventually interest the public more than amateur tennis?

By Jimmy Jemail

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

GENERAL WHITE

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD