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Powerboat Results

POWERBOAT RESULTS

APBA and NOA 1957 outboard and unlimited champions

Age Of The Hobo

THE AGE OF THE HOBO

In another, less genteel time, the tramp athlete flourished and a well-chosen alias was a football player's best friend

By Kyle Crichton

Yesterday

THE GREAT ROAD TEST

A handful of intrepid drivers in 1908 raced from New York to Paris via Siberia and proved the durability of the automobile

By John Durant

Pro Parade

With the season half gone, the statistical leaders in professional football are a melange of rank newcomers and veterans. The best passers, for instance, are fairly new to the top ranking, the runners mostly oldtimers

Hickman's Hunches

HICKMAN'S HUNCHES for games of Saturday, November 9

By Herman Hickman

Pigskin Panorama

It was a week when the first coach (Mather of Kansas) tossed in the towel, ex-halfback Eisenhower saw Army play and Bud Wilkinson won his 100th game at Oklahoma

From The Flyways

FROM THE FLYWAYS

Fisherman's Calendar

FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Coming Events

COMING EVENTS NOV. 8-NOV. 17

The Big Auto Race

THE BIG AUTO RACE

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

By Kenneth Rudeen

Backyard Football

FOOTBALL IN THE BACKYARD

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

By Don Parker

Spectacle

HAPPY HEMPSTEAD

Wonderful World Of Sport

WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

Events & Discoveries

EVENTS & DISCOVERIES

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

The Scrutable East

THE SCRUTABLE EAST

There was nothing mysterious about Japan's clear-cut victory in the Canada Cup, a memorably successful golf tournament

By Herbert Warren Wind

Football's Seventh Week

IT BELONGED TO THE COACHES

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 the field—either through timidity (as with Evashevski of Iowa) or a mixup (Olivar of Yale and Taylor of Stanford). But the saddest coaching news came from Princeton

CALDWELL OF PRINCETON

By Herman Hickman

Decision out of Confusion

The race of the year is finally on, but not before the fans had been led a merry dance by owners and tracks

By Whitney Tower

Lemon Drop Kid

LAST LAUGH FOR THE KID

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

By Alice Higgins

Sport In Art

EARLY AMERICANS

The Jockey Club

65 MEN AND THE HORSE

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

By Whitney Tower

Cards On The Table

TIME FOR THE UPPERCUT

By Charles Goren

18 Shoulder exercises can help prevent pains in the neck

By Bonnie Prudden

Jimmy Jemail's Hotbox

THE QUESTION: Did planned exercise and sports help you become a contestant in the Miss America pageant at Atlantic City?

By Jimmy Jemail

Tip From The Top

ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN GOLFERS

By Marilynn Smith

Sport in the full life

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19th HOLE: THE READERS take over

Pat On The Back

INTERNATIONAL LACROSSE CHAMPS

Departments

MEMO from the publisher

By Harry Phillips

SCOREBOARD

these faces in the crowd...

focus on the deed...

FOR THE RECORD