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November 28, 1955 | Volume 3, Issue 22

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Don Holleder Cover - Sports Illustrated November 28, 1955

November 28, 1955 | Willie Hunter
Many golfers make the sand trap shot more difficult than it has to be. This is because they were taught that the only way to come out of a trap is with an explosion shot, a rather unnatural stroke...

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Wes Santee, who has done everything but run a four-minute mile, was given a chance to do just that—and go after the Olympic 1,500-meter crown as well—when his three-week-old suspension, for...

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Cadets of the U.S. Military Academy lead disciplined ascetic lives of study and drill but football gives release

November 28, 1955 | Alfred Wright
More than 90,000 fans will pay more than half a million dollars to see the 56th meeting of the nation's future brass and braid. On the following pages Herman Hickman analyzes the team and SI...

November 28, 1955 | Alfred Wright
EVENT—The 56th meeting since 1890 between the U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy

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DUCKS AT DAWN

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THE UNIVERSITY OF EIGHTH AVENUEA distinguished boxing writer and historian, A.J. Liebling, paints a brilliant word picture of the heart of boxing in America: Stillman's Gym. First of two parts

November 28, 1955 | Melvin Durslag

November 28, 1955 | Ezra Bowen

November 28, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
FOR THE MEN

November 28, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
Port-Hand marks are black with odd numbers. Pointers indicate deep water inside the channel.

November 28, 1955 | Ezra Bowen
[MARINA]MARINA[DANGER AREA]DANGER AREA[RESTAURANT]RESTAURANT[HOTEL]HOTEL

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EAST

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STORM SIGNALS DISPLAYED AT GOVERNMENT STATIONS

November 28, 1955 | James Murray
As 95,000 looked on in sparkling California weather and millions more watched on television, Sam Brown and his UCLA teammates raced past an old cross-town rival, Southern California, and right on...

November 28, 1955 | James Atwater
There was no bowl bid at stake for Ohio State but Coach Hayes sent Cassady & Co. out after something even better—a victory over Michigan and a second straight Big Ten title

November 28, 1955 | Alfred Wright
The big three football title is of absolutely no national significance. Nonetheless, the Big Three continue to care terribly about this seasonal accolade. Harvard, Yale and Princeton dispute over...

November 28, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Army-Navy: Army approaches full strength for the first time this season. However, the Middies have the better all-round offense and just as much determination...NAVY.

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The pioneering West Coast swim-wear industry combines Hollywood glamour, high style and scientific thoroughness to make the world's best bathing suits

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November 28, 1955 | Compiled by ED ZERN
C—clear water; SH—slightly high; FG—fishing good; FF—fishing fair; FP—fishing poor; OG—outlook good; OF—outlook fair; OVG—outlook very good.

November 28, 1955 | Whitney Tower
No matter what develops in the National Hockey League as the recognized power teams from Montreal and Detroit gain momentum, the 1955 season has already provided some startling surprises. The very...

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[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

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7—James Coyne10—Murray Garrett-Graphic House14—drawing by Ajay24, 25—drawings by James Caraway25—M. E. Warren30, 31—Wil Blanche-Prang Pictures32—Hy Peskin, Mark Kauffman33—no credit, Phil...

November 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
A Notable art exhibition, Sport in Art, opened last week at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, where it will continue until December 15. In a joyful wire to Museum Director Perry Rathbone, a member...

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Sirs:In SI, Nov. 21 you have (unwittingly, I am sure) libeled the President of the U.S. through misunderstanding of the true meaning of a word with an interesting background.

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RICHARD S. TUFTSRichard S. Tufts, 59, of Pinehurst, N.C. this month was nominated to be the next president of the United States Golf Association, a nomination that is tantamount to election....

November 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
G. K. (JOE) GUENNELIndiana UniversitySoccer Coach"Soccer has to compete with big-time sports. It offers neither money nor glory, so incentive is lacking. As long as there is no college soccer,...

November 28, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
Which make the best officers, those who finish near the top of their college classes, or athletes?