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Oct. 14, 1957
Oct. 14, 1957

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Oct. 14, 1957

Acknowledgments
Events & Discoveries
Football: Third Week
  • While the football fans above were going wild over this 72-yard run by Minnesota's Dick Larson (15) as his team beat Purdue 21-17, others divided their concentration between football and the World Series in Milwaukee—as told below

Roosevelt Raceway
  • Bringing harness racing into the big time, the pioneers of nighttime trotting at Roosevelt Raceway in suburban New York made a sensationally successful investment in COMFORT AND COLOR

Preview
Antelope Hunt
Cards On The Table
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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THE BRAVES' NEW WORLD 20
Special Commentator SAL MAGLIE, Baseball Editor ROBERT CREAMER and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S photographers combine to report how Milwaukee twice bounced back from Series defeats at the hands of the Yankees

This is an article from the Oct. 14, 1957 issue

FOOTBALL: THIRD WEEK 37
Despite World Series distractions, the fans still had some frenzied moments

COMFORT AND COLOR 42
Roosevelt Raceway's spectacular new harness track is described by JEREMIAH TAX

THE SUBWAY ALUMNUS RIDES AGAIN 49
The Army-Notre Dame rivalry is renewed after a nine-year lapse. A PREVIEW by TEX MAULE. Also, the Oklahoma-Texas football weekend in Dallas IN COLOR

HOT AND COLD TIPS FOR TAIL GATE PICNICS 55
How to meet the challenge of the pre-football lunch. By CHARLOTTE ADAMS

SIX WONDROUS DAYS IN A CAVE 61
The awesome story of the conquest of the Berger Chasm. By JEAN CADOUX

GOVERNOR JOE FOSS CAMPAIGNS FOR ANTELOPE 70
COLES PHINIZY accompanies the Marine hero on a bow-and-arrow hunt

HOW GOOD ARE YOU? 75
Bridge is fun, says CHARLES GOREN, whatever your rating may be

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 6
•PIGSKIN PANORAMA 10
•HICKMAN'S HUNCHES 11
•PRO PARADE 12
•COMING EVENTS 14
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 18
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 31
•BONNIE PRUDDEN 80
•HOTBOX 82
•TIP FROM THE TOP 84
•THE 19TH HOLE 85
•PAT ON THE BACK 88

COVER: CHARLES GOREN

Photograph by Dan Weiner

This friendly and humorous-looking man is the world's first authority on contract bridge. Now writing on all card games for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, he begins a regular weekly series with a quiz which tells you just where you stand in the army of 50 million bridge players.

Acknowledgments on page 18

TWO PHOTOS

NEXT WEEK

THE DUCKS ARE HEADING SOUTH
An eight-page up-to-the-minute report, from the nesting grounds and flyways, with photographs in color

PLUS:
AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF IKE AS A NEWPORT CELEBRITY AND A SERIOUS STUDENT OF GOLF