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November 01, 1954 | Volume 1, Issue 12

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November 01, 1954 | Budd Schulberg

November 01, 1954 | Budd Schulberg
In 1905, football was offending the public almost as much as boxing is today, largely because of excessive brutality. President Theodore Roosevelt (left), became enraged when shown a photo of...

November 01, 1954 | Budd Schulberg
Light-Heavyweight champion Archie Moore, who campaigned for 18 years before the boxing monopoly permitted him to appear at Madison Square Garden, took his case to the public on ABC television last...

November 01, 1954 | Willard Rappleye
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.

November 01, 1954 | Herman Hickman
Disappointment, success and surprise have made this college season an exciting one. SI's football expert calls it the finest ever

November 01, 1954 | Herman Hickman
U.S.C.-California, pp. 14-15 Utah-Wyoming, p. 54 Yale-Colgate, p. 54 Ohio State-Wisconsin, p. 55

November 01, 1954 | Herman Hickman
•Navy vs. Notre Dame. Last Saturday the Irish rested while the Middies sank Pennsylvania. It will be a battle in Baltimore, but South Bend has more fire power. NOTRE DAME

November 01, 1954 | James Murray
Los Angeles

November 01, 1954 | John Bentley
A round-up of 1954 shows that stock cars are faster, midgets are fighting for their lives, and in hot rods it's go, man, go

November 01, 1954 | John Bentley
STOCK CAR RACES (NASCAR)

November 01, 1954
The hottest (and weirdest) automobiles in the world are the super hot rods shown opposite and on the following pages. They race on the Bonneville salt flats in Utah, and it was there that...

November 01, 1954 | Jimmy Jemail
The Answers:

November 01, 1954
A BIG WEEK FOR WOMEN EVERYWHERE

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East Berlin's Hoppegarten puts a big show for the satellites loses two of their best jockeys

November 01, 1954
In the days of the Kaiser, Hoppegarten was the biggest and most elegant track in Germany. On its manicured track ran some of Europe's best horses; diplomats and aristocrats thronged its luxurious...

November 01, 1954 | Helen Markel

November 01, 1954 | Helen Markel
Although Miss Abercrombie, having conquered the field last year, will not compete in the National Horse Show in New York this year, a number of handsome equestriennes will be on hand. Some of them...

November 01, 1954
America's biggest equine event, The National Horse Show, which opens its annual eight-day stand next week (Nov. 2-9) in Madison Square Garden, had no more class than a six-day bike race when it...

November 01, 1954
The walk is foundation of all gaits. Five-gaited horses can be identified by long tail and derby hat worn by rider.

November 01, 1954
Of all the championship horses competing at next week's National Horse Show, only one-a beautiful 7-year-old bay gelding called The Angel-has the dubious distinction of having once been consigned...

November 01, 1954
Mahonri Young, one of America's best known contemporary artists, is a man of prolific talents. Since beginning his creative artistic output at the turn of the century he has produced a staggering...

November 01, 1954 | Harry Phillips
Golf is, in part, the evaluation of blades of grass; the careful contemplation of grains of sand; the extrasensory perception of the whims of air currents; the instrumentless survey of slopes and...

November 01, 1954 | Whitney Tower

November 01, 1954 | Whitney Tower
*NASRULLAH...(B.h., 1940)

November 01, 1954 | Ted Trueblood

November 01, 1954
Playground equipment with built-in disappointments is designed to help in preparing youngsters for "the struggles of maturity"

November 01, 1954 | The Know-It-All
SequelLast Week we tried to give you an idea of how to prepare for the hunt. In this space, we propose to tell you where, when, what, with whom and how to do your hunting. Trusting by now that...

November 01, 1954
San Francisco 49ers meet Detroit Lions in typical pro football game—plenty of scoring and a full stadium

November 01, 1954 | Robert Ajemian
LARAMIE, WYO.

November 01, 1954 | Paul Abramson
NEW HAVEN, CONN.

November 01, 1954 | Austin Wehrwein
COLUMBUS, OHIO

November 01, 1954 | John Bentley
The Gran Turismo, newest of a famous Italian line, has just arrived in the U.S.

November 01, 1954 | Dan Parker
If Commissioner Frank Wiener were an ostrich instead of an eel, he would be able to save face by burying his head in quicksand after what happened in Philadelphia's Convention Hall Wednesday night...

November 01, 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

November 01, 1954
New fashions cashing in on the sports car craze, with geometric jewelry and high-intensity colors, are speeding up the style of comfortable old coveralls

November 01, 1954
Talbert's illness and Cup rebellion plague USLTA

November 01, 1954
5—Elizabeth G. C. Menzies6—Combine Photos, A. B. Text and Bilder from Gilloon, Howard Staples10, 11—International16—NASCAR Photo, Hot Rod Magazine21—Hot Rod Magazine, Roth's Studios22, 23—Gilloon...

November 01, 1954 | Albion Hughes
Garden State offers a rewarding look into the three-year old future

November 01, 1954 | Albion Hughes
Thoroughbred racing has probably as much tradition as any sport going. Next summer's visitors to Saratoga may get a chance to view some of turf's most treasured material in this proposed new...

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November 01, 1954
[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO: ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

November 01, 1954 | Compiled by Ed Zern
A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

November 01, 1954 | Duane Decker
More so, in fact—Daniel Boone might be surprised to know how much his ancient skill is worth in speedy cash nowadays

November 01, 1954 | Duane Decker
JUMPING JACKHe hurtled into headlines as a 25-foot broad jumper at U.C.L.A. But his greatest distinction came when he broke the color line in big-league baseball. Still helping the Brooklyn...

November 01, 1954 | Victor Kalman
Far from being seriously ill, Mort Lindsey is heading for new records

November 01, 1954 | Victor Kalman
WHEN BOOTH GOT ALL THE BOOLASLittle Albie Booth led Yale to a spectacular upset of Army 25 years ago this week. With Army ahead 13-0 in the second quarter, the 140-pound whirligig entered the...

November 01, 1954
Marathoners Hayes and Dorando of the 1908 Olympics turned pro, ran a series of races and started a fad

November 01, 1954
Sirs:Otto Graham's article in SI, Oct. 11 should be read by everyone connected with the game of football. My opinion of Mr. Graham as a football player has always been the highest. I am happy to...