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October 22, 1956 | Volume 5, Issue 17

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John Chambers, Dr. Cover - Sports Illustrated October 22, 1956

October 22, 1956 | Tex Maule
Go! Go! Go! Go! OKLAHOMA 45 TEXAS 0

October 22, 1956 | Tex Maule
PASS BLOCK by Stanford's Carl Isaacs (88) foils San Jose's Harvel Pollard, helps Stanford win 40-20.

October 22, 1956 | Morris McLemore
MIAMI 14 MARYLAND 7

October 22, 1956
AUTOMATION SUFFERS A SETBACK; CARDBOARD COMPUTER FOR BATTERS; DON NEWCOMBE AND MAN'S INGRATITUDE; FIGHT NIGHT AT CBS'S PLAYHOUSE; SERIES WITS; SHADOWS IN WATKINS GLEN

October 22, 1956
•15 Rounds in Chicago The long-delayed heavyweight championship fight between Archie Moore and Floyd Patterson will be held in Chicago Stadium Nov. 30. Ticket prices will be scaled for a $471,000...

October 22, 1956
FOOTBALL IS FAMILYJoint family pride shines across the faces of Oklahoma's Sophomore Center Bob Harrison and his aunt after Bob's solid contributions to Oklahoma's impressive dispatch of Texas...

October 22, 1956 | Robert Creamer
Not even the unparalleled brilliance of Don Larson's perfect game could dim the World Series luster of the squat, unbeautiful Berra—ballplayer extraordinary

October 22, 1956 | Robert Creamer
DON LARSEN—Perfect no-hit, no-run game

October 22, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
Asked At The Touchdown Club, Washington, D.C.

October 22, 1956
As hunters search the horizon for first sight of ducks and geese, Sports Illustrated presents on the pages following an in-flight report from the flyways, plus exclusive pictures of the Joel...

October 22, 1956 | Reginald Wells
As 300 million ducks and geese pour into the flyways, hunters the nation over look forward to another record-breaking season

October 22, 1956 | Virginia Kraft
EVER SINCE the first American Indian fashioned a crude likeness of a duck out of straw and mud and with it lured his evening meal down to arrow range, man has made decoys. The Indians went on to...

October 22, 1956
A Pennsylvania hunter's posterior enters posterity. Tinkling; coyotes in California brew controversy. And in Illinois an honest man takes his medicine while to some wildfowlers strange things do come

October 22, 1956
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;...

October 22, 1956
RECORD BREAKERS

October 22, 1956
Bob Scheffing, former Chicago Cub catcher who managed Los Angeles to PCL pennant, is faced with more formidable task: leading Cubs out of National League cellar. Reasoned Scheffing: "I don't think...

October 22, 1956
AUTO RACING BUCK BAKER, Charlotte, N. C. NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl. race, 72.89 mph., in Chrysler 300, Charlotte.

October 22, 1956 | Herbert Warren Wind
The writer struggles with an annual dilemma and comes up with a request to the USGA:

October 22, 1956 | Gardner Dickinson Jr./Panama City, Fla.
If you are constructed like George Bayer—the last time I looked, George stood 6 feet 5 and weighed around 240—and are strong and well coordinated to boot, whipping the club through the ball at a...

October 22, 1956 | Don Parker
THE PREVAILING THEME of last weekend's football was T without sympathy. The rich T-formation powers got richer by mortifying the poor, but heretofore respectable middle class. It was obvious at...

October 22, 1956 | Don Parker
PAIGE COTHREN, Mississippi fullback, put the "foot" back in football with a Southeastern Conference record of three field goals against Vanderbilt. On the other hand, in the Purdue-Notre Dame game...

October 22, 1956 | Tex Maule
THE QUIET peace of Sunday afternoon has been shaken of late by sizable temblors; seismograph needles across the U.S. should already have recorded the disturbances—which are caused not by any...

October 22, 1956 | Tex Maule
For Games of Saturday, Oct. 20

October 22, 1956
3—bottom, John G. Zimmerman; 20, 22—drawings by Ajay; 40, 41—Ronny Jagues; 42—Wallace Kirkland; 43—maps by Fred Eng; 44, 45—Bob Smallman-Scope; 46—Bud Leavitt; 50—A.P., Richard Meek, A.P. (2);...

October 22, 1956 | Whitney Tower
Nashua ran a brilliant farewell at Belmont, then passed the torch to Bold Ruler, his kinsman in a ruling dynasty

October 22, 1956
WHETHER horses are endowed with intelligence or not is a point of long-standing controversy. The photograph above, however would seem to indicate that horses do possess a sense of humor. So, at...

October 22, 1956
WORLD SERIES:REPORTS AND CONVICTIONS

October 22, 1956 | Fred R. Smith
A new look in hunting clothes combines the flair of safari clothing with the rugged gear of the West

October 22, 1956 | Harry Phillips
PLANS FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's first Silver Anniversary All-America, announced in our October 8 issue, are moving forward rapidly. Among them is this design for the silver goal posts to be awarded...

October 22, 1956
MAJOR GENERAL JAMES BRIGGSGeneral Briggs, superintendent of the Air Force Academy, kneels beside the buck he brought down in the annual one-shot antelope hunt at Lander, Wyo. Before the hunt, in...

October 22, 1956
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