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Nov. 18, 1957
Nov. 18, 1957

Table of Contents
Nov. 18, 1957

From The Flyways
Events & Discoveries
  • Whether you already average 200, would like to, or simply seek fun and companionship on the lanes, here is a revolutionary guide for you—16 illustrated pages in which Bowling Editor Victor Kalman presents in detail, for the first time, the scientific style of the sport's greatest figure. Your game is bound to improve after you learn the 10 SECRETS OF BOWLING

Dan Hodge: Boxer
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

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Riding high, Donald Campbell's lobster-shaped Bluebird II, tail up and pontoons just skimming the surface, appears to be barely tiptoeing over the water on the way to a new world speed record of 239.07 mph for jet-propelled hydroplanes at England's Lake Coniston.

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Booming along, rifle-bearing Harvard students provide armed guard for the band's huge bass drum before start of game with Princeton (won by Tigers 28-20) at Cambridge, Mass. Cantabs learned their lesson when Dartmouth boys nearly kidnaped the prize a week earlier.

Off balance Bill Russell isn't really getting ready to unload haymaker on Cincinnati's George King but merely trying to regain his footing in 122-110 NBA win over Royals.

Smooth takeoff carries America's Hugh Wiley and his mount, Nautical, over barrier on way to victory in the West Point Challenge Trophy at National Horse Show in New York.