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January 03, 1955 | Volume 2, Issue 1

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Roger Bannister Cover - Sports Illustrated January 03, 1955

January 03, 1955
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

January 03, 1955
THE EDITORS LISTEN TO AN AMERICAN GENERAL ON THE SUBJECT OF RUSSIAN RIFLEMEN, EXPLORE THE BAROQUE GOLF SITUATION IN LOS ANGELES AND TALK TO A JUSTIFIABLY IMMODEST BASKETBALL COACH

January 03, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
BUZZ ANDREWS, Brown University, first Rose Bowl game, 1916"I don't like the ban on spring practice. This conditioning period helps cut down injuries in the fall. But I do favor de-emphasis in the...

January 03, 1955 | Octavus Roy Cohen

January 03, 1955
With a swish of the cesta, pelota is sent up to front wall to begin play for point that continues through next three pages. Server is Urcola, regarded as Mexico's best front-court man. He plays at...

January 03, 1955 | Reginald Wells

January 03, 1955 | Reginald Wells
Known among connoisseurs as "the father of the modern pointer," Fishel's Frank was a titan of the breed and sired 57 winners before he died in 1916. The only modern dog honored with pillars of the...

January 03, 1955 | John Groth
Running, balking, jumping after a fashion, the donkeys shown here in the second of Artist John Groth's reports on Caribbean playgrounds are engaged in an annual extravaganza staged by the Jonkey...

January 03, 1955 | John O'Reilly
When animals hibernate they enter a nether-world existence wherein their bodies practically cease to function. Herewith an informed look at what happens underground during winter's meanest weather

January 03, 1955 | Sheila Muldowny

January 03, 1955 | Sheila Muldowny
Length of skate is exactly measured and curved. The edges are all important to the skater; two rows of teeth are used for steps and toe-jumps

January 03, 1955 | Sheila Muldowny
All 68 school figures are based on diagrams above and at left. In forward outside eight, skater starts full circle at A, changes edge for exact push-off when the circle is completed, then does...

January 03, 1955 | Harry Phillips
As part of its preparation for the next three booming months in skiing, which give every indication of being the biggest in history, SI presented three weeks ago Skiing in Europe: a review of the...

January 03, 1955
No skier is better than the boots he wears. Here's what to look for in a pair that you want to last you many a snowy season

January 03, 1955 | John Bentley
Europe's latest model sports cars offer the American enthusiast speed, stamina and beauty in a wide variety of colorful models

January 03, 1955 | Martin Kane
Flashing through his last league game, Otto Graham of the Cleveland Browns beats a jinx and the Detroit Lions for the league title, then retires to the quiet life of a salesman

January 03, 1955
Determined American tennis players finally end the Australian domination

January 03, 1955 | Albion Hughes
The South and West offer employment for thoroughbreds who used to get some rest

January 03, 1955 | Furman Bisher
For 87 Years the South's Standard Newspaper

January 03, 1955
1—Gilloon Agency, Joe Clark, Johnnie M. Gray, Stewart Hallen4—Walter Daran10—drawing by Joe Kaufman12, 13-top, Hy Peskin, Gene Pyle, Mark Kauffman, International; bottom, Mark Kauffman (2), Hy...

January 03, 1955 | Victor Kalman
With the annual contest about to begin, SI's columnist looks first to the ladies

January 03, 1955 | Claude Harmon
For golfers of all degrees of skill

January 03, 1955 | Gerald Holland

January 03, 1955 | Gerald Holland
1—Allegra Mertz, Women's North American All Class Sailing champion.2—Gene Walet, Men's North American All Class Sailing champion.3—Roy Norton, fly casting expert.4—Stanley Sayres, owner of Gold...

January 03, 1955
[TV]TV [RADIO NETWORK]RADIO NETWORK: ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

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January 03, 1955 | Compiled by Bill Wallace
A late roundup of snow conditions in America from a picked group of local skiers

January 03, 1955 | Compiled by Ed Zern
A digest of last-minute reports from fishermen and other unreliable sources

January 03, 1955
At the 20-yard line Roy Riegels, captain-elect of California's 1929 football team, was running exultantly free and clear. In this Rose Bowl game, of all games, chance had picked him to carry...

January 03, 1955
Sirs:I have followed your persistent efforts to expose the dirty business in boxing through successive issues of SI without, I must admit, much interest. That is until the Norris story. Looking...