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Oct. 21, 1957
Oct. 21, 1957

Table of Contents
Oct. 21, 1957

Acknowledgments
Football
  • While Michigan State showed Michigan why it is one of the two best college teams, a Notre Dame sophomore became Saturday's Hero by booting his team to a Hollywood victory over Army

Mean Hand With A Rock
Wonderful World Of Sport
Events & Discoveries
Preview
Britannia
  • The golf expert of the London Sunday Times cheers Britain's famous victory in the Ryder Cup, but deplores some had manners on both sides stimulated by the slaughter of Goliath

  • By Kenneth Rudeen

    Swedish Saabs and Volvos between them dominated Lime Rock's 10-hour endurance race for small foreign passenger cars

The Duck Man
Newport
Cards On The Table
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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THE POWER AND THE GLORY 18
One was Michigan State's, the other Notre Dame's in football's fourth week

This is an article from the Oct. 21, 1957 issue

A MEAN HAND WITH A ROCK 24
Lew Burdette, the enigmatic hero of the World Series, by ROY TERRELL

BAND DAY IN NEBRASKA 32
A growing and dazzling midwestern musical extravaganza IN COLOR

A LOW-PRESSURE ENGINEER 41
Is Bobby Dodd, of Georgia Tech, who says football can be fun. By DON PARKER

BRITANNIA RULES THE FAIRWAYS 49
HENRY LONGHURST reviews the astonishing upset of America's Ryder Cup golfers

DAY FOR AQUAVIT 58
A Swedish sweep in the Lime Rock Little Le Mans. By KENNETH RUDEEN

WINGS AT DAWN 60
The 1957 season promises to be another big one for ducks and hunters

NEWPORT GETS SOME TIPS FROM THE TOP 68
The President at golf, observed and reported by GEORGE PLIMPTON

LONDON BRIDGE IS NOT FALLING DOWN 80
A triumphant tourist, CHARLES GOREN finds British contract bridge booming

THE DEPARTMENTS

•SCOREBOARD 8
•PIGSKIN PANORAMA 11
•HICKMAN'S HUNCHES 12
•PRO PARADE 13
•COMING EVENTS 14
•FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR 16
•EVENTS & DISCOVERIES 35
•BONNIE PRUDDEN 82
•HOTBOX 84
•TIP FROM THE TOP 86
•THE 19TH HOLE 87
•PAT ON THE BACK 92
•WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT 28

Acknowledgments on page 16

COVER: MALLARD DRAKES

Photograph by David Goodnow

The prospect of mallards, shown winging downward in this remarkable picture, will again attract more than two million U.S. hunters to the stubble and blinds this fall. For a report on the hunters, the outlook for the season and the biologists who work to keep the ducks flying, see pages 60 through 67.

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