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December 03, 1956 | Volume 5, Issue 23

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Chuck Conerly Cover - Sports Illustrated December 03, 1956

December 03, 1956 | Andre Laguerre

December 03, 1956 | Roger Bannister

December 03, 1956 | Roy Terrell

December 03, 1956
With the Olympic Games in full swing it was apparent to all around them in the Olympic Village that the brilliant athletes of the Hungarian team were bearing a fearful emotional burden. To explain...

December 03, 1956 | Richard Pollard
San Francisco Bay sailors are a breed apart in their devotion to the choppiest, windiest and most unpredictable body of water in yachtdom

December 03, 1956

December 03, 1956
•A Walk in the SunNew Zealand athletic officials gulped large servings of crow as Norman Read, whom they had styled "not up to the standard," forced his inclusion on Olympic team by a brilliant...

December 03, 1956 | Tex Maule
The Giants and Bears, pro football's best, battle to a draw. Old Pro Chuck Conerly helps explain the deadlock

December 03, 1956 | Tex Maule
Frank Ivy (left), a tomato-faced graduate of the Bud Wilkinson school of split-T football, gave up an assistant's job at the University of Oklahoma in 1953 to take over the Edmonton Eskimos. Ivy...

December 03, 1956
EASTERN CONFERENCE

December 03, 1956 | Alfred Wright
YALE 42HARVARD 14

December 03, 1956 | Alfred Wright
Georgia TechIowaMiamiMichigan StateMinnesotaOklahomaPittsburghSyracuseTennesseeTexas A&MYale

December 03, 1956 | Don Parker
It has been a season that stayed amazingly true to form. Of the original "Eleven Best Elevens" selected by Herman Hickman before the season started, only five failed to retain this rating at the...

December 03, 1956 | Don Parker
The bowl season opens Dec. 1, with Florida A&M and Tennessee A&I, both undefeated, meeting in the Orange Blossom Classic in Miami. Other bowl opponents: Mississippi Southern (7-1-1) vs....

December 03, 1956 | Don Parker
For games of Saturday, Dec. 1

December 03, 1956
5—bottom, Morton Roberts9—Margaret BourkeWhite—LIFE14—Herald-Sun, John Dominis—LIFE, Herald-Sun15—Richard Meek, John G. Zimmerman, Richard Meek16—Kemsley Picture Service18—chart by Mathew Greene,...

December 03, 1956 | Don Parker
'Navy beware' is the message to be read between the lines in what Earl Blaik has to say as he gets his Cadets ready to face the favored Middies in Philadelphia this Saturday in the 57th meeting of...

December 03, 1956
Endowed, as usual, with fast, hard-running backs, Army sticks to the ground for its bread-and-butter yardage. With the switch of Bob Kyasky from quarterback to fullback, the Cadets have added even...

December 03, 1956
Due largely to its fine linemen, Navy rates among the nation's best in both rushing and total defense. The Middies have no one runner as good as Army's Kyasky, but their fast backs plug away...

December 03, 1956
OLYMPICSOlympics opened at Melbourne with usual fanfare and galaxy of outstanding performances as early events bore out predictions of experts (SI, Nov. 19). U.S. was off and running in...

December 03, 1956
Affairs of state take a holiday as Ethiopia's Emperor Haile Selassie (left) proves to be as adept as his smiling host, Japan's Crown Prince Akihito, at unfamiliar sport of snaring ducks with a net...

December 03, 1956
Carolyn Jobes, attractive Mount Holyoke senior from Newtonville, Mass. and president of the school's water ballet, has been named 41st recipient of Sarah Streeter prize, given each year for good...

December 03, 1956
AUTO RACINGStirling Moss, England, 100-m. Australian Tourist Trophy, in Maserati 300S, Melbourne.

December 03, 1956
Rousseau's quaintly mustachioed soccer players

December 03, 1956 | Alice Higgins
The most elegant showcase for the formal display of the horse undoubtedly is Toronto's Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. There, in a bunting-bedecked coliseum, some 600 American and Canadian horses...

December 03, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
DONALD A. QUARLESSecretary of the Air ForceThe All-America must have greater ability than others in his area. Publicity gives him a national reputation, but he rates it. The great Otto Graham...

December 03, 1956 | Palmer Maples
One of the features distinguishing the swings of topnotch golfers, so goes one of the clichés of the locker room and the practice fairway, is the definite pause between completing the backswing...

December 03, 1956
For a week in December Nassau is the scene of a special merry-go-round of gaiety. Besides the customary Bahamian ingredients of bathing, water skiing and partying, there is the added stimulation...

December 03, 1956 | Horace Sutton
On the eve of the season, on Nassau's sunny expanse where soon the sports cars would be blatting around the race course in high gear, the bars were for the most part still operating in low. But...

December 03, 1956 | Martin Kane
Before television made it unnecessary for boxing to attract a paying gate, matchmakers strove for a contrast in styles to entice the customers in—and there was never a better billing than "Boxer...

December 03, 1956 | Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
In Montana state fish and game officials war on the fibbing military, in Michigan a National Skeet Champion breaks an expensive bird, while in New Brunswick a deer-jacker shoots with strange result

December 03, 1956 | Evan McLeod Wylie

December 03, 1956
[TV]TV [COLOR TV]COLOR TV [NETWORK RADIO]NETWORK RADIO

December 03, 1956
FOOTBALL: THE VIEW FROM STANFORDSirs:This is not a hot-stove letter—we're just plain hot about the article concerning John Brodie and Stanford's recent loss to UCLA (SI, Nov. 12). It seems that...

December 03, 1956 | Ajay
[This article consists of photographs—see below.]

December 03, 1956 | Fred R. Smith
The postman is your grocer: ham from Virginia, pheasant from New York or lobster from Maine

December 03, 1956
Putting shop talk aside, this group of top aeronautic executives and government officials held an informal meeting of the exclusive Golfing and Inside-Straight Society and played their own...

December 03, 1956 | Harry Phillips
In his recently published memoirs, General Matthew B. Ridgway, one of the 25 judges who this month will make the final selections for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S first Silver Anniversary All-America,...