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February 13, 1956 | Volume 4, Issue 7

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Charles Maute Cover - Sports Illustrated February 13, 1956

February 13, 1956

February 13, 1956
Governor Averell Harriman of New York, guest at the New York baseball writers' annual dinner, unintentionally gave the audience of 1,400 its richest moment when he referred to baseball's...

February 13, 1956
These are the most significant weeks of the indoor track year: the time when the great competitors assume command

February 13, 1956 | James Poling

February 13, 1956 | Harry Phillips
A motion picture and stage show called Key to the Future is a spectacular part of the 1956 Motorama, which I had a chance to see (along with 275,000 other interested visitors) while it was in New...

February 13, 1956 | William Rospigliosi
Toni Sailer (left) captivated Cortina with skiing skill that won three gold medals and reckless good looks that won every woman in sight

February 13, 1956 | Andre Laguerre

February 13, 1956 | Andre Laguerre
An SI photographer penetrates Soviet social curtain, finds winners relaxed and friendly

February 13, 1956
, Swedish speed skater, posted excellent time of 16:35.9 in 10,000-meter to break Olympic record and end Russian speed-skating monopoly. Second for silver: Knut Johannssen, Norway, in 16:36.9;...

February 13, 1956 | Whitney Tower

February 13, 1956
Right off a Mexican peasant's back, it has been embellished by California designers to become spring's hottest merchandise

February 13, 1956
LADIES OF THE DEEP

February 13, 1956
RECORD BREAKERS

February 13, 1956
Deb Copenhaver, 1955's world champion saddle bronc rider, was named Best Athlete of Year by northwestern sportswriters. Said Deb: "A man never gets to the point where he don't like to get on a...

February 13, 1956
Keeling Paddy DeMarco gets tagged from behind by Don Jordan in Coast fight.

February 13, 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...

February 13, 1956 | Sepp Ruschp/President, Mt. Mansfield Co., Inc.
No beginner should attempt deep-powder skiing. Turning in light powder, however, is no problem, even for the beginner. He merely makes his normal turn, remembering not to be disconcerted by the...

February 13, 1956
Thirty miles from Reno's gaming tables the ski is king in the carefree capers and earnest competitions of the University of Nevada's Winter Carnival

February 13, 1956
AUTO RACINGJuan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, in Ferrari, City of Buenos Aires Grand Prix. Runner-up: Stirling Moss.

February 13, 1956 | Alice Higgins
Not every dog has his day at the Westminster Kennel Club Show, but all aim for BLUES, CUPS AND GLORY

February 13, 1956 | Roy Terrell
Modern basketball considers the 6-footer a relative midget, but 1956 could go down in history as the year of THE LITTLE MEN

February 13, 1956 | Roy Terrell
EAST

February 13, 1956 | Victor Kalman
Bowling is a sport which has occupational ailments all its own. But split thumbs and sore backs couldn't slow down THE BOOMING BUDS

February 13, 1956 | 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.

February 13, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
ROBERT G. SHANDManaging editorNew York News"I assume you mean men readers. The first question is: What's on page one? It's page one that the reader sees on the newsstand, so that's what gets first...

February 13, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
What sport not now included do you think most deserves to be added to the Olympic Games?

February 13, 1956
[TV]TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO: ALL TIMES ARE E.S.T. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE NOTED

February 13, 1956
4—Rodeo Information Com. Inc., I.N.P., Neil Clemans from Los Angeles Mirror-Daily News, U.P.5—European, Gene Pyle; bottom, U.P.8—James F. Coyne12, 14—drawings by Ajay19—Mark Kauffman24-27—Jerry...

February 13, 1956
Sirs: Your issue of February 6 has really done it. From cover to cover, you have performed a service in telling us what sports are all about. The article about Avery Brundage was the spearhead....

February 13, 1956
Five years ago Edgar H. Hudgins, a cattle rancher in Hungerford, Texas, decided to do something about the appalling number of birds which escape after being wounded by hunters. Since then, Hudgins...

February 13, 1956 | John Thoren
The best method I have found for teaching a golfer to hit the ball "from the inside-out" is to establish a mental picture of the top of the backswing as being just about the position in which a...