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November 14, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 20

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Ernest Burton Cover - Sports Illustrated November 14, 1955

November 14, 1955

November 14, 1955
College football, after roaring through three fourths of a reasonably sane season, turned topsy-turvy Saturday with some results which did more to distort than focus the bowl-game picture....

November 14, 1955
The last photographs taken by Ylla, world-famous animal photographer, were of this fair, 100 miles south of New Delhi

November 14, 1955 | Alexander Campbell
While India cherishes the past, its people are fast becoming accustomed to living in a modern world. And, while they still play the old games Ylla photographed, they are also caught up in a social...

November 14, 1955 | Alfred Wright
It was a week in which the five bulldozers of major college football—Maryland, Michigan State, Oklahoma, West Virginia and UCLA—continued their crunching way through what little opposition is left...

November 14, 1955 | Curtis Prendergast
The Dodgers may have won the Series but in Japan the New York Yankees are still the champions of the world. The honored descendants of Ruth were greeted, feted and cheered by millions, and...

November 14, 1955
HORSES, HEROES AND GODFREY

November 14, 1955 | Paul Deutschman

November 14, 1955 | John O'Reilly
Though his history is full of dread and superstition, this little ball of feathers is actually a useful, mellifluous and fascinating bird of night

November 14, 1955 | Seth Kantor

November 14, 1955
Herman Hickman

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November 14, 1955
EAST

November 14, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Last Summer when the touring pros made their trek slowly across the breadth of the continent, for the first time in a good many years the caravan's hot weather roster was augmented by Sam Snead....

November 14, 1955 | Chick Harbert
It doesn't make any difference if you have an unorthodox grip or stance when you putt, but two things are vital: your eye must be directly over the ball, and you must stroke the ball to make it...

November 14, 1955 | Whitney Tower
A sport of skill and nerve is winning new supporters both afield and at some of the major American tracks

November 14, 1955 | Henry P. Davis
An authority on the subject tells why they are among the most popular of gun dog competitions and a favorite outdoor social occasion as well

November 14, 1955
There is a very special look to the clothes worn at field trials. They are the products of necessity and a love for dogs. The pictures on the next four pages were taken at a two-day cocker and...

November 14, 1955 | Henry P. Davis
NATL. ENGLISH SPRINGER FIELD TRIAL ASSN.SPORTSMAN'S SPANIEL CLUB OF ILLINOISBATH COUNTY (VA.) FIELD TRIAL ASSN.NEBRASKA DOG AND HUNT CLUBVALLEY FORGE (PA.) FIELD TRIAL ASSN.COCKER SPANIEL FIELD...

November 14, 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; SH—slightly high; H—high; VH—very high; L—low; R—rising;...

November 14, 1955
8—drawing by Ajay, Frances Walker12, 13—drawings by Ajay15-18—Ylla from Rapho-Guillumette20—Marvin Newman21—I.N.P., A.P.22-25, 56—Jean Launois-Black Star26, 27—Tony Triolo; (2)—Richard Meek, Phil...

November 14, 1955 | James Greenfield
Babe Ruth caused riots in Japan in 1934 when fans fought to see the 'Living God of Baseball'

November 14, 1955
[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO:ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

November 14, 1955
Sirs:Enjoyed CONVERSATION PIECE: SUBJECT: in the Oct. 31 issue. It was really a true picture of Leahy, the coach, father and man. I have only met him personally once, but I have observed him...

November 14, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
COL. L. FILBERT CRANFORD, USAF Washington, D.C."I am for any machine that makes work easy. As an example, I used to cut the fields on my farm with a scythe. Now, with a power mower, I do as much...

November 14, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Are the days of the horse numbered? (Asked at the National Horse Show)

November 14, 1955
FREDDIE TEMBYFreddie Temby, 13, of Bloomingdale, N.J., casting's most talented eighth-grader, has a tableful of trophies (below) and 25 special rods and reels after only four years at the sport....

November 14, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Chess, bird watching and the Olympic Fund may not appear at first glance to be closely related, but as I ran into them one day last week, they were. Each had a story to tell about what happens, as...