Life Magazine October 14, 1957 – World Series

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Life Magazine Cover : Milwaukee celebrates the beginning of the Baseball World Series as Manager, Fred Haney rides in a motorcade.

  • Jimmy Hoffa’s muscles rule the Teamsters – Hoffa elected Teamster president.
  • Soviets launch first successful satellite, to the chagrin of the U.S.
  • Full page color Smirnoff Vodka ad features Buster Keaton as a cowboy in oversize chaps.
  • First customers, first program, for pay television.
  • Sketches from Ronald Searle’s cartoon movie of the history of energy for Standard Oil Company’s 75th anniversary.
  • Photo essay – Hunting the huge Alaska brown bear.
  • Photo essay – Picasso the Sculptor.
  • Photo essay – Ordeal for the “Beasts” – West Point plebes.
  • Part V of Life’s series “Crime in U.S.”
  • Close-up : Albert Camus : action-packed intellectual.
  • Nature : worm that turns the water on.
  • Science : Utah gets stone dinosaur.
  • Picture that made a big impression : Policeman Maurice Cullinane of Washington, D.C. with 2 year-old Allen Weaver.
  • Full page color ad for Pan American Airline.
  • Cute full page color ad Life Savers.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine October 14, 1957!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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