Touch of autumn comes to the Los Angeles Coliseum, where 85,931 turned out to watch North beat South 32-0 in schoolboy Shrine game. Here, North's Herman Urenda is hauled down on 12-yard line.
This is an article from the Aug. 12, 1957 issue
Mudder's touch helps frisky Iron Liege (left), who "thinks mud is like chocolate ice cream," slog through the slop to put topping on easy victory in the $42,900 Sheridan Handicap at Washington Park.
Grinning scorekeeper Eisenhower celebrates a night at the ball park, but grin turned to chagrin when Chicago beat Washington 7-1.