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Oct. 21, 1957
Oct. 21, 1957

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Oct. 21, 1957

  • 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
  • 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
Cards On The Table
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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Jubilation in Milwaukee knows no bounds as the good burghers turn out to hail their conquering World Series heroes. Here, Pitchers Lew Burdette (left) and Warren Spahn respond to fans' cheers by throwing their arms aloft in victory sign.

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Jubilation in Los Angeles is evident as Mayor Poulson (seated), with obvious approval of Councilmen Callicot, Gibson, Wyman, Timberlak, Corman, Hahn, Navarro, Burkhalter (left to right), signs the ordinance which brought Dodgers westward.

Jubilation in Syracuse finds Mike DeJohn leaping with joy after flattening Alex Miteff with a crashing left hook in the first round of their heavyweight bout.

Streaking for finish, Oklahoma Oilman Travis Kerr's brilliant contender for 3-year-old honors, Round Table, with Willie Harmatz up, leaves Swoon's Son (right) far behind on way to 10th straight victory in the $126,550 Hawthorne Gold Cup. Round Table covered the mile-and-a-quarter in 2:00 1/5, breaking the track record for the distance.