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LEIGHTON A. WILKIE
... have provided them with ideal, controlled conditions. They like it and enjoy it every day. It has worked out beautifully, a complete success." PHOTO ART SHAY .
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose ...... ART SHAY: July 4, 1960; June 19, 1961; May 27, 1963; Aug. 22,
BASKETBALL: THE FIX AGAIN?
John Fraser also runs a saloon called the Hitching Post in Godfrey, Ill. There he was found by Reporter-Photographer Art Shay last week. He was, surprisingly ...
A BRAVE MAN AND A GOOD FRIEND
When Basketball Star Maurice Stokes was paralyzed by a brain injury, teammate Jack Twyman became his steadfast support and inspiration. Now there is hope ...
WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
CHAMP GOES WEST When Gene Tunney hired an airplane to fly him from his training camp at Stroudsburg, Pa. to the first Jack Dempsey fight at Philadelphia ...
AN OLD CHIEF ON THE WARPATH
Jimmie Dykes, that comical, crotchety 64-year-old, has his Cleveland Indians steamed up and headed for the pennant.
BEAUTY ON THE BARS
Luscious Ernie Russell, Canada's champion gymnast, should be the prettiest athlete in Rome this summer.
MIDDLE WEST MEETS MIDDLE EAST
A lesson from Wyatt Earp's alter ego Hugh O'Brian in the art of the quick draw; an intriguing, 30-minute ride in beer-and-baseball man August Busch's buslike ...
Aboard That Minnesota Cannonball
Rollie Reynen of Devils Lake, N.Dak. sings loud and clear as he helps to keep the party lively on the special railroad car taking a delegation 400 miles to the ball game. Fans came by train, bus, car and plane from all over the Northwest and parts of Canada to see the hot Minnesota Twins take on Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle and the rest of the hated New York Yankees