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October 25, 1954 | Volume 1, Issue 11

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated October 25, 1954

October 25, 1954 | Harry Phillips
Our original hopes that many people would want to read about sports in the way a weekly magazine could present them have been gratifyingly confirmed by our circulation, now more than 525,000, and...

October 25, 1954 | Don Canham

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October 25, 1954 | Edmund Gilligan

October 25, 1954
Millions of hunters like those shown in color on the following pages are in the field this fall in quest of America's favorite game bird. The season opened Oct. 1 in Maine, does not begin until...

October 25, 1954
Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines

October 25, 1954
THE BIG SURPRISE

October 25, 1954 | Booton Herndon

October 25, 1954 | Jerome Weidman
Father Weidman, a larcenous lover of long shots, learns a thing or two from seven-year-old John, to wit: lay your money on the line and let the odds go hang

October 25, 1954 | Duane Decker
He built a better gun-rest and got some rich results

October 25, 1954 | Reginald Wells

October 25, 1954 | Reginald Wells
CUBBING: Hunting young fox cubs before the formal season. This is the training period for young hounds about to enter the pack.

October 25, 1954 | Horace Sutton
On autumn Saturdays they are not only fine places for watching a game, but wonderful for family picnics too

October 25, 1954 | Horace Sutton
On a fall Saturday not long ago a gentleman in a polo coat and muffler stood for some time on the corner by the Old Campus in New Haven watching busload after busload leave for the Yale Bowl....

October 25, 1954
The most popular items in a man's wardrobe are his sport jackets. Ten million of them will be sold this year—and it all started as a college-boy fad

October 25, 1954 | Victor Kalman

October 25, 1954 | The Know-It-All
For food and pleasureThe quest of man for beast is as old as the human race. Long before the dawn of recorded history, the hunt was on, only in those times it was a matter of survival. The hunter...

October 25, 1954 | Herman Hickman
The Tennessee general has sent fine coaches to a lot of U.S. colleges

October 25, 1954 | Don A. Schanche
STATE COLLEGE, PA.

October 25, 1954 | Don A. Schanche
FOOTBALL AT MIDSEASON WITH FIVE TOP TEAMS

October 25, 1954 | Don A. Schanche
PITTSBURGH 21NAVY 19

October 25, 1954 | Don A. Schanche
•Ohio State vs. Wisconsin. Both are undefeated, untied and, as yet, uninvited to the Rose Bowl. The winner could well take Greeley's advice and the Big Ten Championship. Stubbornly...WISCONSIN.

October 25, 1954 | Alfred Wright
In the roaring dust of the nation's fastest tracks a bold young driver beat out older rivals for the big-car national championship

October 25, 1954 | John Bentley
Since the fourth Vanderbilt Cup race in 1908?last of the big American road events for Grand Prix cars?racing in the U.S. has steadily steered away from diversity and the open road in favor of...

October 25, 1954 | John Bentley
Built by the Meyer & Drake Engineering Corp. in Los Angeles, the Offenhauser engine has dominated U.S. professional racing for some 15 years. Its origin was a four-cylinder, 255-cu.-in. engine...

October 25, 1954 | Jimmy Jemail
The Answers:

October 25, 1954 | Red Smith
The A's weren't always good but nobody minded as long as Mr. Mack was around

October 25, 1954
1—Foto Mayo, Grey Villet2—Halksworth Wheeler's Photo Press Service, Russ Reed-Oakland Tribune, Associated Press, Dick Musto12—Keystone Press13, 14—Drawings by Ajay16—Drawings by Walter...

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EAST

October 25, 1954
[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO: ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

October 25, 1954 | Compiled by Ed Zern
A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

October 25, 1954 | Harry Botsford
Make it tender, not "gamy"

October 25, 1954
Red Grange hit Pennsylvania like a tornado, silencing those Eastern skeptics for all time

October 25, 1954
Sirs:In regard to SI's Sept. 27th article under the title of you mentioned the "Mohawk," owned by Kenneth Magoon, being driven onto the rocks in Marblehead Harbor during the hurricane Carol. You...