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October 24, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 17

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Howard Cassady Cover - Sports Illustrated October 24, 1955

October 24, 1955

October 24, 1955
Notre Dame's loss to Michigan State was just one dramatic development in an upset weekend which patiently has been waiting to happen since the 1955 collegiate football season began. Other...

October 24, 1955
One man and a mean, squealing, kicking, twisting piece of sinewy horseflesh battle it out for supremacy at Tucson

October 24, 1955 | Helena Huntington Smith
His manners are boorish, his temper is terrible. His popularity with cowboy and audience is dependent upon his meanness, but the incorrigible bucking horse is the darling of the rodeo world

October 24, 1955 | Harry Phillips
With our first anniversary just past, I've been receiving an unusual number of friendly letters from readers who thought this was a good time to express their feelings about SPORTS ILLUSTRATED....

October 24, 1955 | Alfred Wright

October 24, 1955
BASKETBALL AT ST. PETER'S

October 24, 1955 | Robert Shaplen

October 24, 1955 | Robert Shaplen
Woody Hayes is Ohio State's fifth coach since 1941. His predecessors:

October 24, 1955
SPARTANS 21, IRISH 7

October 24, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Oklahoma vs. Colorado: Not since 1952 have the Sooners even suffered a tie in the Big Seven and Colorado did it. OKLAHOMA.

October 24, 1955 | Whitney Tower
The Jockey Club Gold Cup, two miles over the main course at Belmont Park, is as true a test of Thoroughbred stamina as we have in this country. In the years since its inauguration in 1920 the Cup...

October 24, 1955 | Jerome Weidman

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EAST

October 24, 1955
In submarines and other strange machines divers are expanding their world below

October 24, 1955
Battered and weathered, the plain board door of Theodore Roosevelt's cabin in the Badlands of Dakota Territory in the '80s served as background for a painting

October 24, 1955 | Emmett Gowen
Usually content to live on faith alone, the striped bass surfcaster who hasn't had a strike in years finds Montauk, L.I. a place where the miracle can happen

October 24, 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 at normal height; SK—slightly high; H—high; VH—very high; L—low; R—rising;...

October 24, 1955
9—Floyd Bowser12-14—drawings by Ajay22, 23—A.P., Ernest Sisto—N.Y. Times, A.P.24—A.P., I.N.P.25—Giordani34—Mark Kauffman35—Hy Peskin43—Peter Stackpole44, 45—left, Peter Stackpole, Ellis R. Cross,...

October 24, 1955 | Whitney Tower
A Canadian sport with speed, violence and fascination is starting another long stand. The National League has new faces but now Montreal is the team to beat

October 24, 1955
Wanton killing forced enactment of strict laws to prevent extermination of game birds

October 24, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
RED BARBER, Scarborough, N.Y.Sportscaster"No. In our time major college football will be tops. It's such a big business that the big schools will do everything to hold their crowds. The college...

October 24, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Is a dog really man's best friend?

October 24, 1955
[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIOALL TIMES ARE E.S.T EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

October 24, 1955
Sirs:Your article in the Oct. 10 issue was the most interesting and comprehensive coverage given this subject by any magazine to date.

October 24, 1955
Smiling Mary Hubbell, a 14-year-old sophomore at San Gabriel High School in Alhambra, Calif., clutches her well-deserved trophy after winning the Class M (midget) hydroplane championship in the...

October 24, 1955 | Homer Herpel
I always tell my pupils: "Swing within yourself." Power is not the avenue to good golf. It is much better to hit a ball smoothly and firmly than to try to power it along. This advice applies...