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SEATTLE SEASCAPE

June 03, 1957
June 03, 1957

Table of Contents
June 3, 1957

Acknowledgments
Big Show
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Mr. Trouble
Cups And Courage
Villanova Track
Darlin' Clem Labine
Baseball X-Ray
Part IV: The Lady And The Tourt
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

SEATTLE SEASCAPE

For the first time in the 27-year history of the Swiftsure, a photographer captured the drama and scope of America's roughest overnight race. At right he caught John Helsell's Westward Ho when she was half hidden by a towering Pacific roller; and on the following pages he shows other top contenders at dramatic moments in the 124-mile event.

This is an article from the June 3, 1957 issue Original Layout

RUSHING DOWNWIND WITH SPINNAKER SET AND MAINSAIL HARD AGAINST HER SPREADERS, DR. CARL JENSEN'S "ADIOS" SURGES BY RACE ROCKS LIGHT ON HOMEWARD LEG OF SWIFTSURE RACE

KARL HOSTETTER'S SLOOP "KAREN IV" BURIES HER LEEWARD RAIL IN A SHEET OF SALT SPRAY OFF THE COAST OF VANCOUVER ISLAND

THREE PHOTOSKENNETH G. OLLAR