September 22, 1957

Baseball X-Ray
Coming Events
Hickman's Hunches
News Of The Week
WHISTLING PAST DER GRAVEYARD
The week's news was rich with triumphs and achievements in the world of sport, on the playing fields of baseball, golf and tennis, on the race tracks and waterways and on the roaring roads of the motor sportsmen—and, if that were not enough, football was almost ready for its long-awaited rendezvous with the American fall. But no single subject provoked more discussion, speculation and indeed curbstone philosophizing up and down the autumn land than the engrossing question: Can the Milwaukee Braves blow the National League pennant again this year? The citizens of Milwaukee had the jitters (see below) and so did the citizens of St. Louis, but their moods were vastly different
Events & Discoveries
EVENTS & DISCOVERIES
ROCKEFELLER TAKES A HAND, STATES' RIGHTS FOR DUCKS, GUILFORD'S RETURN, FALCONS ON THE WING, BASEBALL'S WORLD FAIR, THE KING IS DEAD, AN INTERESTING WAGER
The Game
THIS IS THE GAME
Football 1957 will fill the air from now until the bowl games, so here are 100 pages to help you enjoy it all season
Eleven Elevens
THE ELEVEN BEST ELEVENS
The Bard of the Smokies greets the new season with his annual pick of the best teams, and Artist Joe Kaufman casts their coaches in Shakespearian roles which every football fan will recognize
Scouting Reports
SATURDAY'S MOODS
The nonstatistical side of football—the drama that the game produces each weekend—is told in eight pages of color
Sport In Art
Acknowledgments
Conversation Piece
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back
Departments

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