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November 12, 1956 | Volume 5, Issue 20

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Ron Kramer Cover - Sports Illustrated November 12, 1956

November 12, 1956
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November 12, 1956 | James Murray

November 12, 1956 | James Murray
ClemsonGeorgia TechMiamiMichigan StateMinnesotaOhio StateOklahomaSyracuseTennesseeTexas A&MTexas Christian

November 12, 1956 | Whitney Tower
In five years the Washington International and its entrants from overseas have brought new brilliance to the U.S. racing atmosphere

November 12, 1956

November 12, 1956
•Big Balanced BudgetThe U.S. Olympic Committee sighted its financial goal of $1,500,000 in contributions, provided outstanding pledges are made good. The total included the largest gift ever made...

November 12, 1956
It spread across the face of hunting America as gunners like this one, Mrs. Elwood Whitney of New York, found fun and game in abundance

November 12, 1956 | Whitney Tower
As the 40th National League season went into its second month the defending champions trailed while Toronto skaters were making crowds aware of youth

November 12, 1956
When artist Russell Hoban visited the Toronto Maple Leafs camp he made hundreds of sketches like the one at left before producing such paintings as those on the opposite and following...

November 12, 1956 | Harry Phillips
As this issue appears, the seven members of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED's Olympic team are converging on Melbourne, where the Games begin on Nov. 22. Herewith, an exclusive Scouting Report.

November 12, 1956
Murray Rose, free-wheeling 18-year-old Aussie vegetarian, took dead aim at the world 1,500-meter swim record, became first to break 18 minutes with brilliant 17:59.5 clocking at Melbourne....

November 12, 1956
Royal handshake by Prince Bernhard (right) greets Hugh Wiley after jump-off victory in the Royce A. Drake Memorial Challenge Trophy at National Horse Show in New York.

November 12, 1956
RECORD BREAKERSParry O'Brien and Harold Connolly, massive-muscled Olympians frustrated by technicalities a week earlier, made world sit up and take notice as U.S. team engaged in final practice...

November 12, 1956
AUTO RACING

November 12, 1956 | Don Parker
Remember Dorando in the 1908 Olympic marathon? Far in front, he collapsed just 10 yards short of the finish line in one of the most fantastic foldups in sporting records. Last week the nation's...

November 12, 1956 | Don Parker
VITAL STATISTICS. The oft-neglected field goal brought victories to three teams last Saturday: Minnesota (Borstad, 26 yards); Georgia (Cooper, 29 yards); Michigan (Kramer, 15 yards).

November 12, 1956 | Don Parker
Quarterback Earl Norwood of Oakland JC was forced to miss action in the third quarter against San Mateo JC Saturday because his wooden leg was splintered. By the time he got a spare leg fitted San...

November 12, 1956 | HERMAN HICKMAN
Most passing attacks, whether they be run from a single wing or some version of the T, are built on one of—or a combination of—three basic techniques. They attempt to beat the defensive players by:

November 12, 1956 | Herman Hickman
For games of Saturday, Nov. 10

November 12, 1956 | Tex Maule

November 12, 1956 | Alice Higgins
At Harrisburg, as the international teams made their first appearance, Gen. Mariles shared spotlight with THE BIG JUMP

November 12, 1956

November 12, 1956
Continuing the series begun last week, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED presents another of the feature presentations which will culminate next week in the Olympic Preview Issue. This special issue will present...

November 12, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
At Palm Springs, bobtailed Coopers, high-tailing Ferraris and red-hot driving finished the season in a CALIFORNIA FINALE

November 12, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
FIRST RACE (production cars under 1,300 cc): 1. Richard Morse, Alfa Romeo Giulietta, 10 laps, 64.4 mph; 2. Walter Garlick, Giulietta; 3. Leon Miller, Giulietta.

November 12, 1956
4—Martin Nathan, Kemsley, Walter Daran (5)19—Don Ultang-Des Moines Sunday Register; Ira Gay Sealy-Denver Post (2)26, 28—drawings by Ajay29—Robert Halmi45—A.P., Verner Reed, I.N.P. (2)46—no credit,...

November 12, 1956 | Helen Markel
Loula Long Combs, grand lady of the horse shows, has known few peers in her 62 years as a horsewoman and a trainer of Hackneys

November 12, 1956 | Horace Sutton

November 12, 1956 | Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

November 12, 1956 | Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
Last week SPORTS ILLUSTRATED asked its field correspondents for up-to-the-minute reports on upland game bird conditions in their respective states. Almost all were glowing and optimistic. Herewith...

November 12, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. PETER LAWFORDSanta Monica, Calif.Football. Because I know more about the game. My brothers—Joe, Teddy, Robert and Senator John Kennedy all played some football with Harvard, good reasons why...

November 12, 1956
At Malibu and at San Onofre in southern California, the surf rolls in in the long, sweeping waves that are called makahas by the beachboys at Waikiki. Here, even in chilly November, the surfers...

November 12, 1956 | Gerald Holland

November 12, 1956 | Jimmy Hines
One of the worst faults in golf is not getting off your left foot on the backswing. An equally bad fault is getting too far off it. I find the best way to avoid either fault is to leave about 25%...

November 12, 1956
THE HOT STOVE SEASON OFFICIALLY OPENS

November 12, 1956
THE MAJORS FAMILYMr. and Mrs. Shirley Majors' six children (top: John, Joe, Bill; bottom: Shirley Ann, Bobby, Larry) are all involved in football. John, 22, a tailback at the University of...