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SPLASH OF STRANGE HUES IN BASEBALL'S MOST FRANTIC WEEK

Oct. 09, 1967
Oct. 09, 1967

Table of Contents
Oct. 9, 1967

Windy Passage
Damascus
A No. 1 Job
Wild Finale
Sonic Boom
College Football
Boxing
Motor Sports
Jolly Do-gooders
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

SPLASH OF STRANGE HUES IN BASEBALL'S MOST FRANTIC WEEK

The tumult of the long season culminates in the classic duel that is the World Series and, as millions of Americans focus their attention on baseball, Photographer John G. Zimmerman finds the mood and fire of the game in these almost psychedelic photographs, created with the aid of the solarization technique. The intent crowd, a slide into home, a power hitter swinging, a manager's meeting at the mound, a catcher moving for a pop-up—all are here, spectacularly colored on film.

This is an article from the Oct. 9, 1967 issue Original Layout

SIX PHOTOSJOHN G. ZIMMERMAN