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January 30, 1956 | Volume 4, Issue 5

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Hayes Jerkins Cover - Sports Illustrated January 30, 1956

January 30, 1956
With words, gestures, props—and a wig yet—Casey Stengel winds up his Japanese travels

January 30, 1956 | Paul O'Neil

January 30, 1956 | Harry Phillips
In the issue of November 1, 1954, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED reported a boxing match between Johnny Saxton and Kid Gavilan so unsavory and so sadly representative of the low estate to which boxing had...

January 30, 1956 | James Murray

January 30, 1956 | Ezra Bowen

January 30, 1956 | Ezra Bowen
Contrary to general belief, there are no final national standings in the Olympics. Olympic rules recognize only individuals; points are awarded within separate events, but in the final, overall...

January 30, 1956 | Ezra Bowen
First photos of the Winter Games, and an eyewitness report by Andre Laguerre

January 30, 1956 | Ezra Bowen
During the past 10 months the skiers, skaters and bobsledders of 32 nations have raced through difficult and often dangerous tryouts to reach the Olympics. For most of the stars on the following...

January 30, 1956
RECORD BREAKERS

January 30, 1956
Len Hutton, agile Yorkshireman who became England's greatest living cricketer and first professional captain, much to the consternation of diehard amateurs, found his ailing back too great a...

January 30, 1956
EAST

January 30, 1956 | Robert Creamer
In the event that you are trying to pinpoint in your mind the things you should remember about Avery Brundage, the strong-faced gentleman pictured on the opposite page, he is the black villain...

January 30, 1956 | Robert Creamer
THE GREEKS AND THE REDSAvery Brundage talks about the Olympic Games and the ideals behind them and gives his views on the Soviet's "subsidized" athletes

January 30, 1956
Santa Anita park occupies 400 acres on the edge of the foothills of the lofty Sierra Madre range at Arcadia in southern California. For all its recognition as a site of immense and moving scenic...

January 30, 1956
AUTO RACINGRonald Adams, Frank Bigger and Derek Johnston, Ireland, Monte Carlo Rally, in Jaguar, with 213 penalty pts.

January 30, 1956 | Sepp Ruschp/President, Mt. Mansfield Co., Inc.
Faced with a large, unavoidable bump, the reaction of the average beginner is to stiffen and ride over the top, straight-legged, with the result that he often gets tossed in the air. Or he may try...

January 30, 1956 | Compiled by MORT LUND
LS—depth of snow on lower slopes; US-depth of snow on upper slopes; TD—total snowfall during the week days; TW—total snowfall during the weekend; CD—crowd during the week; CW—crowd during the...

January 30, 1956 | Ray Gafford
In this age of soft, heavily watered greens, the lofted approach with the nine-iron or wedge has become standard for most golfers, and many automatically play this type of shot even when the...

January 30, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
HOWARD GREER, West Los Angeles, Calif."Sports and styles have influenced each other. The ease, freedom and glamor of sports have made casual clothes accepted wardrobe. Gussie Moran plays better...

January 30, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
Which is the gamiest fish to land? On what tackle? (Asked at first Women's International Fishing Tournament)

January 30, 1956
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January 30, 1956
Sirs: My congratulations to SI and to your Herbert Warren Wind for his superb series on Bob Cousy. Mr. Wind's golf coverage, particularly his lengthy account of the Masters tournament last...

January 30, 1956
2—Walter Daran4—Sport & General, Israel Shenker5—A.P. (2), I.N.P.12—drawings by Ajay13—A.P.20, 21—Susan Greenburg29—top left, Ferenc Berko, George Leavens (2)30—George Leavens (2), Jerry...

January 30, 1956
RENVILLE McMANNThe U.S. Lawn Tennis Association has chosen Renville McMann, a Westinghouse sales executive, its new president. McMann, active in tennis as an official and player for more than 30...

January 30, 1956

January 30, 1956
President Eisenhower, kept from his favorite putting and chipping green by a blanket of snow, has turned to swimming as a new form of exercise at the suggestion of his physicians. Each day,...

January 30, 1956
It would be a bore to list serially all the fouls Sandy Saddler, featherweight champion, committed last Wednesday night at San Francisco in a televised bout with Flash Elorde, a young Filipino....