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October 10, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 15

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October 10, 1955

October 10, 1955
World Series players' shares this year will average about 25% less than last year's record high: $11,147.90 for the Giants, $6,712.50 for the Indians. The reason lies in Ebbets Field's seating...

October 10, 1955
Jackie Robinson's steal of home in first game raised rhubarbs and first glimpse of what a rousing World Series it was to be

October 10, 1955 | Harry Phillips
The chukar partridge on our cover this week is, as you will see in our Menaboni-illustrated article beginning on page 22, only one of the many game birds of other lands now being introduced into...

October 10, 1955 | Reginald Wells
At the opening of what promises to be a record season SI presents a foldout of popular and exotic game birds plus an area-by-area report on where to find them, the best weapons to use and all you...

October 10, 1955

October 10, 1955 | Paul R. Walker
The type of gun a hunter may choose for upland-game shooting—pump action, semiautomatic, side-by-side double or over-and-under double—is largely a matter of personal preference. Once that choice...

October 10, 1955 | Paul R. Walker
The range at which a bird is best shot depends upon the specific bird and a variety of factors which include terrain, shot size and loads. To control the density of the shot pattern at given...

October 10, 1955 | Paul R. Walker
There are very good reasons for all of the elements which make up a bird-shooter's outfit, and Arthur R. Eakins (left) of New Hope, Pennsylvania has taken them all into consideration. His shooting...

October 10, 1955
For the hunter who is not sure how to prepare his kill for the table (or the friend who suddenly gets feathered good will thrust upon him) the following tips and recipes are offered by Harry Botsford:

October 10, 1955
It is as big as all outdoors, for Designer Bonnie Cashin's sports clothes are at home East, West and on the go

October 10, 1955 | Harry Pezzullo
When you are playing into a strong wind, it is necessary to alter both your address and your swing in order to keep flight of the ball low. The first adjustment you make is to line up the ball a...

October 10, 1955 | Harry Pezzullo
The backswing is flatter than usualThe hands are further ahead than usual just before impactAnd the follow-through is also flatter than usual

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October 10, 1955
Few experiences are more rewarding to the sportsman than a driven shoot across the moors for Scottish grouse. 'Here, in heather-scented surroundings, a group of visiting Americans enjoys this...

October 10, 1955 | Herman Hickman

October 10, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Michigan vs. Army. Both teams were on my preseason Eleven Best Elevens. Both have stubborn defenses and are ground minded. The Wolverines have never beaten the Cadets. ARMY.

October 10, 1955 | James Atwater
Up in Michigan the best offense turned out to be an immovable defense as two power-packed pillars of the Big Ten—Michigan and Michigan State—tangled with Rose Bowl scent in the air

October 10, 1955 | William F. Talbert
ALONE BUT WITH LOTS OF GOOD ADVICE FROM THE SIDELINES, TONY TRABERT PONDERS HIS FUTURE AS AMATEUR OR PRO

October 10, 1955 | John Bentley
IN PARIS AND LONDON THE 1956 MODEL SPORTS CARS ARE GOING ON DISPLAY. HEREWITH A DETAILED PREVIEW OF THE MOST IMPORTANT EUROPEAN CREATIONS

October 10, 1955 | Robert N. Bavier Jr.
SI'S EXPERT GIVES THE NEW EGG HARBOR "30" A TWO-MONTH, ALL-WEATHER TEST AND RATES HER FAST, SEAWORTHY, COMFORTABLE

October 10, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
LT. JOHN D. COLBRUNN, U.S. Air Force Academy"Football. The game has more influence on our country's youth than any other college sport. From September through November, the traditions, rivalries,...

October 10, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Is golf an athletic contest?

October 10, 1955 | Compiled by Ed Zern
SO—season opened (or opens); SC—season closed (or closes). C—clear water; D—water dirty or roily; M—water muddy. N—water abnormal height; SH—slightly high; H—high; VH—very high; L—low; R—rising;...

October 10, 1955
9—drawings by James Caraway12-14—drawings by Ajay14—Mark Kauffman26—Lorene Squire, Martin Iger, Joe Van Wormer27—Elsa and Henry Potter, Peter Barrett, W. V. Crich28—Harry L. and Ruth Crockett, Hal...

October 10, 1955
In 1877 when the sketches on this page were drawn, the Atlantic salmon ran up most of the rivers of Maine and eastern Canada and gave yesterday's angler his choice of thousands of miles of open...

October 10, 1955
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October 10, 1955
Sirs:When you first ran the story of Harvey Knox (SI, Sept. 6, 1954) and his indecorous exploitation of his son and daughter, I was disgusted with SI and wrote and told you so. It would seem that...

October 10, 1955
The five Reyeses of Mexico have made tennis a family game and a championship one at that. The family went down in tennis history when two of its members won the U.S. men's and women's junior...

October 10, 1955
This is a simple and effective binding to brace a weak ankle