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September 9, 1957 Table Of Contents

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Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS SEPT. 6-SEPT. 15

The Last Nail

THE LAST NAIL

It was hammered into the White Sox coffin by team which limped and staggered into Chicago, then proved in three devastating days that the Yankees are still the Yankees

By Robert H. Boyle

THE RED SHOE MYSTERY

Whether or not the russians invented baseball and the telephone, they have indeed invented a jumping shoe with an elevated sole that seems to take slick advantage of the easygoing old rules

By Paul O'Neil

HICKORY, DICKORY...VICTORY!

Bought by phone and at a bargain price, Hickory Smoke took three straight mile heats to win the classic Hambletonian

By Jeremiah Tax

America's Cup

THE OLD MUG AGAIN

After a summer of disheartening confusion, the news is official: three brand-new boats will be ready to defend the America's Cup. Here is the story of these boats and the roster of the men who have come forward to build them

By Mort Lund

Spectacle

HOT RIG DERBY

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

SUGAR RAY CALLS THE TUNE, FIREARMS, CRIME AND SPORT, THE UMPIRES' BOUNCING CONTINUED, ROOKIE WITH A BIG BAT, SOUP STYLIST, LOWER THE CAMERA, RAISE THE GUN

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Play Away, Gentlemen

All roads lead to Boston for the U.S. Amateur, the precarious match-play tournament which is the traditional last rose of the summer golf season

By Herbert Warren Wind

Back to The Country Club

Next week a historic Boston institution, this year celebrating its 75th anniversary, will be host for the fourth time to the U.S. Amateur championship

THE POINT OF FITNESS

The Presidential fitness committees, meeting jointly this week to evaluate existing programs, will find that physical education at West Point has much of value to offer to civilian schools

By Dorothy Stull

Wreck Of Redlegs

WRECK OF THE REDLEGS

Stars shone at nearly every position, but Cincinnati's dream of a pennant foundered on the rockiest pitching in the majors

By Robert Creamer

Part I: God's Little Underwater Acre

GOD'S LITTLE UNDERWATER ACRE of EELS and SEALS and a BOBBY PIN

By Clare Boothe Luce

Sporting Look

ON WHEELS

Presenting, from Italy, the sunny land of put-puts, the latest product of the motor scooter: what to wear

10 The side stretch ends preparation for your second six-week program

By Bonnie Prudden

Tip From The Top

for golfers of all degrees of skill

By Bud Holscher

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Is gambling in golf good or bad?

By Jimmy Jemail

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Pat On The Back

SALLY MORRIS

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD