Dec. 02, 1957
Dec. 02, 1957

Table of Contents
Dec. 2, 1957

From The Flyways
Fisherman's Calendar
Scouting Report
  • NAVY 24

    The 1957 Middies are as dangerous as any in Coach Eddie Erdelatz' eight years at Annapolis. An upset by North Carolina and tie by Duke showed that their explosive running-passing can be stopped, but Navy has relaxed since and a bowl hangs on victory

  • ARMY 26

    This year Coach Earl Blaik has assembled his favorite kind of Army team—a big, strong bulldozer that has averaged 405 yards per game. It will go over, through or around you, and only Notre Dame has stopped it. It lacks guile but needs none

Lambs into Lions
Pheasant Flurry
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


Reserve Beer, Chicago, over Falstaff Beer, St. Louis, 12,273 to 11,751, in first 12 games of 24-game series for natl. match game title, Chicago.

This is an article from the Dec. 2, 1957 issue Original Layout


Zora Folley, 4-round KO over Duke Sabedong, heavyweights, Phoenix.
Bob Satterfield, 10-round split decision over Howard King, heavyweights, Oakland, Calif.
Nino Valdes, 10-round KO over Jeff Dyer, heavyweights, Bangor, Maine.
Danny Russo, 10-round split decision over Peter Schmidt, welterweights, New York.
Bobby Bell, 10-round decision over Henry (Pappy) Gault, featherweights, Newburgh, N.Y.

Mrs. Gisela Kahn Greserr, New York, and Mrs. SONJA GRAF STEVENSON, Palm Springs, Calif., tie for U.S. women's title, with 9½-1½, Los Angeles.


Bob Detombe, William and Mary, Southern Conference title, in 21:58 for 4.2 miles, Morgantown, W. Va. Team champion: William and Mary.
Bill Latham, South Carolina, Atlantic Coast Conference title, in 22:21.6 for 5 miles, Winston-Salem, N.C. Team champion: North Carolina.
Ray Dyck, Arkansas, Southwestern Conference title, in 9:13 for 2 miles, Waco, Texas. Team champion: Arkansas.

Wales, over All-Philadelphia women's team, 3-2, Philadelphia; over West Jersey, 3-0, Moorestown, N.J.


Hamilton Tiger-Cats, over Montreal Alouettes, 39-1, Big Four title, Hamilton, Ont.
Winnipeg blue bombers over Edmonton Eskimos, 17-2, WIFU title, Edmonton, Alta


Gary Player, South Africa, over Peter Thomson, 2-up, Australia PGA title, Melbourne.
Joe Greer, Yakima, Wash., N. California Open, with 208 for 54 holes, Danville, Calif.
Al Balding, Toronto, W. Palm Beach (Fla.) Open, with 209 for 54 holes.

ASSEMBLYMAN: $27,050 Sophomore Special, 1‚⅛ m., by 1 length, in 1:51⅕ Narragansett Pk., Pete Anderson up.